By. Charlotte Roberts Look anywhere in society and you will see that guidance in general comes overwhelmingly from worldly things. Politics, celebrities, social media, and the news largely inform societal opinions and decisions but not The Most High. It is kind of bizarre to think that the Creator of all things is not at the…Read More
Global Climate Crisis: What On Earth Is Going On?
By. Charlotte Roberts Global weather extremes seem to be the new normal now. Over 200 people died from recent historic flooding in Europe. Last week a year’s worth of rain fell over the Henan province of China in 3 days. The Bootleg fire in Oregon (currently the nation’s largest fire) is so enormous that it…Read More
By. Charlotte Roberts You cannot look anywhere without seeing something pertaining to the pandemic. Shutdowns, vaccines, variants, we’ve all been inundated with pandemic talk. With the mainstream media and political figures constantly discussing the pandemic we are now starting to see a new class divide: vaccinated vs unvaccinated. It is no secret that the government…Read More
Why The Cosby Case Is So Polarizing
By. Charlotte Roberts As you may have heard, Bill Cosby, 83, has been released from prison after serving nearly three years of a sexual assault conviction from 2018. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has overturned this conviction on the grounds that Cosby had a previous “non-prosecution agreement” before standing trial. This was not a technicality, but…Read More
Return to Honor
By. Tia April Honor can be defined as one of high esteem, a sound reputation or one exalted to high office. This concept of honor meaning dignity, reputation, and office points to honors’ oldest known etymology in the Latin word honorem. In our contemporary society, honor is not a word used much in spoken conversation. We…Read More
Happy 4th of July?
By. Charlotte Roberts Today is Independence Day. People all over the U.S. are celebrating with cookouts, fireworks displays, and ceremonies to commemorate the day of July 4, 1776, the very day that the U.S. gained its independence from Great Britain. While people of all walks of life express their patriotism and joy on this day,…Read More
My Babysitter, Technology
By. Faith Morris Back as far as the roman empire, Emperor Augustus gave “cura annonae” or grain, which would to this day become known as welfare. In the 60’s and 70’s housing projects were built for minorities with the stipulation that no able-bodied man could live in the home and even went as far as…Read More
Cancel Culture: Who’s Next?
By. John Wingo We can all think of a time when our favorite pastime has been declared as “deleted” or for better words “canceled.” Many of us have seen it before, the cancellation: Stacy Dash, Louis Vuitton to Gucci, H&M, Pepé Le Pew, Condoleezza Rice, the police, the Grammy’s, Bill Cosby, R. Kelly, Donald Trump,…Read More
By. Charlotte Roberts On May 25, 2020, the world watched George Floyd take his last breath as Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin arrogantly kneeled on his neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds. That’s a very long time to subdue a human…particularly by the neck. We all saw concerned citizens standing by helplessly, while pleading…Read More
When Will Mental Health Be Taken More Seriously?
By. Charlotte Roberts If you keep track of sports, you may have heard of the young tennis phenom, Naomi Osaka. Currently ranked #2 in the world by the Women’s Tennis Association, Osaka has many accolades already at the age of 23. She recently made news, however, for another reason. During the French Open, Osaka released…Read More