If the Women’s Center at Shippensburg University works toward empowerment, equality and ending violence for all of the members of the Shippensburg University community, then why does the title of the center exclude everyone except women?
After the tragic, deathly mass shooting that occurred on Feb. 14th, 2018, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, there have been continuous debates on whether or not teachers should be armed with guns.
Michigan State University is under fire for allowing MSU sophomore, Jillian Kirk, to engage in racial rants on her social media accounts without repercussions. Kirk has expressed racial remarks and slurs against black people since 2013.
Just four short years ago while finishing my senior year of high school, the thought of being involved in national politics not only never crossed my mind, but there were few high school seniors at Pottsgrove High in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, that would make such an admission.
After recently attending the Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial debate, the most sensitive dialogue of the night — gun control — got me thinking. There, candidates Laura Ellsworth, Pennsylvania Sen. Scott Wagner and Paul Mango offered solutions to the problem of gun violence.