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Final Week Reflection

April 26, 2020

  We have finally come to the end of a very long and strange semester. In addition to the end of the semester, it is the conclusion of our first year at Carolina. What a whirlwind it has been! I’ve … Continued

Power Struggles Between Black and White

April 24, 2020

    Power struggles define who we are as a person. In the short story “Father and Son” by Langston Hughes, the tense racial relations in the South explain the differences in power dynamics between a black man and his … Continued

Coronavirus 2020 Reflection

April 22, 2020

How has this affected you and/or your loved ones?   All I can think of right now in this time of quarantine is “wow”. Wow, I did not think I was going to be living through a worldwide pandemic. Wow, … Continued

Religion Through the Lens of Those at the Newman Center

March 23, 2020

    I. Preface I have always been religious and I understand that many people have very different religious backgrounds. I was intrigued to find out more about why others have this passion and firm belief amongst themselves. How do … Continued

Cigarettes Cause Cancer, but E-cigarettes Cause Death

February 12, 2020

Do you know what parents are currently allowing their children to consume? For the past fifty years, cigarette usage trends have been falling at steady rates, but since 2015 the trends are reversing themselves and now climbing due to the … Continued