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Collapsing Antarctica: The Break of the Larsen C Ice Shelf Signals Rising Seas

By October 20, 2017

Food For Thought:

In early July, a one-trillion ton chunk of the Larsen C Ice Shelf, an expanse of floating ice secured to Antarctica’s northern peninsula, broke free… Read More ›

Artificial Intelligence: From driverless cars to creative supercomputers

By March 9, 2017

Food For Thought:

Driverless cars are just the beginning of artificial intelligence infiltrating our world. Progress in artificial intelligence can increase efficiency as well as improve our everyday… Read More ›

N. Dakota Pipeline Protests: Acknowledging the rights of Native Americans

N. Dakota Pipeline Protests: Acknowledging the rights of Native Americans

By January 16, 2017

Domestic Policy:

Throughout history the presence of Native Americans in the United States has been widely ignored. It is our duty as American citizens to address the… Read More ›

The Poultry Industry’s Shocking Treatment of Chicken in the Market Process

The Poultry Industry’s Shocking Treatment of Chicken in the Market Process

By May 30, 2016

Domestic Policy:

I consider myself an animal lover, but I have always secretly scorned vegetarians. To me, those who were picky about their food were weak. This… Read More ›

Effective legislation will do more than capturing cartel leaders to halt drug abuse

Effective legislation will do more than capturing cartel leaders to halt drug abuse

By February 19, 2016

Domestic Policy:

Escaping prison is no easy feat. Joaquín Guzmán escaped not only once, but twice. His second escape from prison was one of the most intricate… Read More ›