Elect For Electives

Elect For Electives

Opinions October 13, 2010

BY RACHEL SHARPE  On August 18th, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr.  delivered his famous, “I Have A Dream” speech. He delivered this heartfelt speech to the American people with a passion that moved the nation and changed our history. Our society is propelled by passion; it is the driving... Read more

Mosque Misconceptions

Opinions October 13, 2010

BY JACK BRADY New York City is home to thousands of people, thousands of cultures, and thousands of beliefs. It is a city practically defined by the differences and diversity between its people, yet during the catastrophic events of 9/11 the city came together in a display of unity... Read more
BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ In 2006, a teaching assistant named Aishah Azmi was suspended from the Headfield Church of England Junior School for wearing a full body veil while teaching. The case reflected the issue of cultural integration and religious tolerance all over the world, particularly in several European countries.... Read more

Tourists or Turtles?

Opinions September 5, 2010

  BY JACK BRADY In recent years sea turtles have been transformed into an iconic symbol of oceanic conservation, and this could not be more prevalent than right here in Florida. In addition to being one of Florida’s most famed state symbols, almost all of the sea turtle species... Read more
Respect your  mother: Misguided Earth Day efforts have convoluted the true message of the holiday
BY REBECCA BINE Forty years ago, millions of Americans across the country took a stand against the environmental degradation wreaking havoc on the planet; the first Earth Day was born. Over the years, the phrase “Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.” has become a classic motto of the movement in order to... Read more