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It's weird for me to think about graduating. I always knew I was going to graduate, and for a long time, I was excited for it. I wanted to graduate. For my career, I had to do more schooling, and I was and am so excited to learn more about my field.
If there’s a constant question in everyone’s life, it is "what are you doing for dinner?" Whether it’s your mom checking up on you or your friends wanting to make plans, we all think about what we’re going to be eating.
Spring break is coming up, and it seems almost everyone is talking about it. From friends to teachers, the most common question I answer nowadays is about my plans for break.
As far as superheroes go, Pad Man may seem pretty boring. However, Arunachalam Muruganantham, an Indian social entrepreneur, may be responsible for saving the lives of many women in the Indian subcontinent by providing them with free pads.
The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine became available in the United States in 1971. This vaccine, given to infants between the ages of 12 to 15 months and then again between the ages of four to six years, prevents the spread of these diseases. And while the vaccine has reduced the incidence of measles cases by 99 percent in the U.S., cases are still occurring. IU confirmed a case of measles at the McNutt Quad on Jan. 10. Measles is a contagious disease but can be prevented with the MMR vaccine. Cases like the one at IU are reasons why education about vaccination should be increased.
Myeong-Je Cho, director of plant genomics at the Innovative Genomic Institute, may be remembered by historians as the man who saved chocolate. The goal of his current research project is to bioengineer cacao plants that can grow in dry, hot climates.
The Trump administration announced the suspension of all security aid to Pakistan on Jan. 4 2017. This action further solidifies the worsening relations between the United States and Pakistan.
President Trump nominated Alex Azar for Secretary of Health and Human Services on Nov. 13, 2017, after former Sec. Price left for spending taxpayer money on charter jets.
I love the holidays wholeheartedly. Between the pretty lights, happy music and constant stream of holiday parties, there is close to nothing to hate about the holiday season.
Comedian Louis C.K. on November 9, 2017 admitted to sexual misconduct, consisting of masturbating and exposing himself in front of women. This came after the New York Times published the allegations of five women.
After the recent Manhattan attack allegedly committed by a Uzbek immigrant, President Trump reaffirmed his goal to make the American immigration policy a merit-based system.
Costumes are a hallmark of Halloween. Walk into a Party City and you'll see them everywhere. And for women, more and more of those costumes are sexy.
A quick search for the #SelfCare hashtag on Instagram fills the screen with pictures of warm bubble baths and cups of tea. Sometimes there are travel posts or a picture of a great meal.
Myanmar’s ambassador to Japan told the Japanese government Oct. 12 “there is no ethnic cleansing or genocide of Rohingya Muslims” in the country.
Sixty-two percent of American women between the ages of 15 to 44 are on some type of birth control, whether on a pill or through sterilization.
It’s the best time of year. Halloween is fewer than 30 days away, and with each passing day, more fall activities such as hay rides, apple picking and costume shopping become a way to spend the day.
I never loved football. I went to games because my friends were there, but I always thought the pace of the game was rather slow and could never stay interested. Even though I wasn’t particularly fond of the game, I never hated it, nor did I think it should be banned.
The United States of America is made of 50 states. Any second-grader could tell you that.
John Scalzi, a popular science fiction author, recently tweeted, “These aren’t the End Times, but it sure as hell feels like the End Times are getting in a few dress rehearsal right about now." And he has a point.
“I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, 'cause she’s dead.” That was the line of “Look What You Made Me Do” by Taylor Swift that made me turn, look at my friend and say I’m done.