Last September, New York University Medical School announced free tuition for its incoming class of future doctors. The initiative was created to encourage students to pursue “primary care specialties or work in underserved areas.”
College is typically a time in your life when you do not have to worry about what you are eating. Stereotypically, college students are constantly eating pizza, wings, fries and other junk foods, while simultaneously drinking massive amounts of coffee and alcohol.
The dawn of social media brought about a quick and efficient method of mass communication that has the potential to allow an enormous amount of information to rapidly reach the hands of a large percentage of the world’s population.
Every year when I watch the president’s State of the Union Address, I see only half the room stand up at a time, and hear the president only value their party’s platform ideals, or just the pure political tension in the room.
The U.S. House passed a gun bill, which is called the “Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019,” on Feb 27. What the new bill is and what it would mean for the average American is that now everyone needs a background check in order to start the process of buying a gun.