Should Helmets Be Introduced To Women’s Lacrosse?

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Photo courtesy of NewsTimes.com Women’s lacrosse is a contact sport, which many people feel is dangerous due to the fast paced passing of a densely packed ball and sticks being swung around, catching, throwing… Continue reading

The Mystery of the 10-Grand Key

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Walking around New York City, have you every noticed how many doors there are? There are countless doors in the city, and there are an innumerable amount of keys that correspond to these… Continue reading

Civilian Women during the Iraq War

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Iraqi women in their kitchen preparing a meal for a luncheon her family is hosting for US Army personnel from Outpost Gator. Minari Village, Bapil Province, Iraq. Photo curtsey of James Gordon. The Iraq… Continue reading

“Give in to Love or live in Fear”: ‘Rent’ New World Stages Review

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(Photo by Joan Marcus, The company of RENT) When I was still a Broadway rookie, I didn’t understand the whole obsession with “Rent.” All I knew about the show was that it had… Continue reading

Is the Americans with Disabilities Act Truly Improving the Lives of Individuals with Multiple Physical and Mental Disabilities?

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Courtesy of South Dakota Counseling School of Mines and Technology Mandy awakes to a typical New York City day.  She eases her way into her wheelchair and gets herself ready for the day. … Continue reading

East Coast vs. West Coast: Restaurant War

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Most humans cannot live without food for three weeks. Food is our medicine. Therefore people place a strong emphasis on what they eat. The majority of the population tries to eat various types… Continue reading

Team USA Swimming Prepares for the Olympics – Trials Results and the London Lookout

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Photo courtesy of Skinzfan23 American businessman Arnold H. Glaslow once claimed, “Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion.  You must set yourself on fire.”  All athletes know what this quote means all too… Continue reading

Standardized Testing: Equality For All?

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Ah, summer. For most people, this means it’s time to break out the lawn chairs and inflatable swimming pools, but for juniors and seniors in high school, it’s time to practice for, or… Continue reading

The Buzz on Broadway’s Biggest Night!

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 Photo Courtesy of Matt H. Wade Curtain up on Broadway’s Biggest Night!  Sunday, June 10th at eight o’clock in the evening saw Broadway’s Beacon Theatre buzz with the sixty-sixth annual Tony Awards spectacular,… Continue reading

Banksy: an artist, a vandal, a mystery.

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(Image by: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:WallAndPiece.jpg) Who’s Banksy? Many people have tried, but it’s almost an impossible question to answer. He’s a graffiti artist, painter and film director from Bristol, in South West England. Name, birth date,… Continue reading