With the cost of postsecondary education – public and private alike – skyrocketing annually, outstanding low-income students are often discouraged from applying to their dream schools simply because they don’t […]
“Will you go to homecoming with me?” Come November, this is the question almost every girl dreams of being asked. Fortunately, for these girls, their wish was granted.
It was the perfect night, that’s for sure. A masquerade right out of the Phantom of the Opera, filled with different faces, of all different shades and sizes, everywhere around […]
It has been over a month since the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and the opening up of markets on healthcare.gov, and the administration is faced with a list […]
“We are brought here today to learn the truth about the Holocaust,” said Neil Eichelbaum – Miami Lakes Educational Center’s retired American History teacher – on stage at the MLEC […]
Pope Francis is showing his followers that although Catholics should follow the Church’s original teachings, the Church should also adapt to today’s changing world.
When it comes to using the internet, many people feel like they are invincible behind their computer screen. They are much more willing to post negative comments when they are […]
In what is the first surgery of its kind, Guo Zhihui, a Chinese surgeon, says that he has constructed a nose out of a 22 year-old man’s rib cartilage and […]
On Thanksgiving Day, many stores will open in anticipation of Black Friday. Consumers will line up around dinnertime; they will have chosen to be there. The employees won’t.
On Wednesday, October 2nd, the online drug marketplace Silk Road was raided and shut down by the FBI, who arrested its alleged mastermind, Ross William Ulbricht, known online by his […]