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The phrase “healthcare is a human right” displays a profound ignorance of basic terminology, as well as a contradictory, self-imploding notion of what qualifies as a "right."
A poll once indicated that many Americans believe healthcare to indeed qualify as a right, probably mistaking themselves to possess compassion for holding such an opinion.
This past Saturday, Sarah, Mariah, Corey and I delivered cakes to different places.
Sarah and I got up in the morning and started baking the cakes.
For the first time in my 10 years as the faculty adviser of The Slate, I have asked the editor-in-chief and managing editor of the student-run campus publication for space to address the campus community.
We live in an apathetic society in which we are bombarded with commercials, ads, flyers, Facebook posts, news articles and other information sources.
I have always taken pride in my education.
I am not the kind of student who slacks and races to achieve the bare minimum.
One of the worst things that I deal with as a student is scheduling.
I get so tired of my classes when the semester is coming to an end.
“I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good work, therefore, any kindness or any service I can render to any soul of man or animal let me do it now.
College is expensive.
Higher schooling prices have risen continuously for a long time, and continue to do so.
What happened to common courtesy? What happened to respecting other people’s property?
I honestly have no idea.
According to globalissues.org, approximately 1.1 billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to water and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation.
Although I did not pay as much attention to the presidential elections or politics when I was young, I definitely do not remember people being too open on their political stances.
Thanks to social media, one can find out another person’s political views by simply visiting his or her Facebook or Twitter.
The Communication/Journalism Department at Shippensburg, has given me more than I could have ever asked for.
“Give yourself entirely to those around you. Be generous with your blessings. A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal,” a quote by Steve Maraboli.
About a year ago, I was in a discussion regarding misconceptions about college students, particularly self-misconceptions.
Joining the communication/journalism department at Shippensburg University was the best decision I have made for myself.
Throughout my life I have always wanted to be a writer.
Last year my friends and I met in McLean Hall. After a great year in the dorms, we decided that living off campus was the next move for us.
The hardest transition for me when I came to college was learning to live with someone.
I have never shared a room with a sibling at home, and I expected the worst.
I have a very strong personality and if you do not mesh with it, problems tend to occur; but I am very kind and honest.
I like to think of new things and beginnings as something great.
I love Shippensburg University; however, I hate finals week.
I cannot express words to formulate my hatred for this upcoming, god awful week.
According to an email sent out by the former Seavers Apartments residence director, every student will be charged $10 for the cost of the damages at the end of the semester.
Superman’s alter ego is making the front page for a change, and not just in the fictional world of D.C.
As I start my second semester of my sophomore year, I cannot help but start to feel nostalgic.
I understand this may seem premature, however, I do.