by Katie Giffin It’s mid-February and by now we’ve all heard the same old advice for staying healthy–wash your hands, eat super foods, take lots of vitamins, avoid human contact as much as possible–but what do you do if you already have the crud? Here are some tips if you’re battling sickness and you don’t have the time to curl up at home. Yoga Believe … Continue reading Simple Ways To Feel Better – Faster
by Katie Giffin “Ya’ll like Subway sandwiches?” The crowd chuckles as a man with fluffy white hair shuffles into the room. He finds his place by a music stand and a microphone as he gazes out on a crowd of about 150 people, both young and old, that fill a rehearsal hall at the University of Dayton. The man, Doc Severinsen, is a legend to … Continue reading Doc Severinsen discusses heffers, Snow White, and the Key to Success
by Katie Giffin As the last of the relatives drive away and with only the remains of the Thanksgiving feast before us, our ears are met by the chiming of Christmas music dancing through the airwaves and the heart-warming ring of the cash registers as everybody and their mother rushes to the stores to partake in the Black Friday sales – all in the spirit … Continue reading Review: A Christmas Carol Retold
by Katie Giffin After the allegations of sexual assault surfaced from numerous actresses against producer Harvey Weinstein, Alyssa Milano asked victims of sexual assault to step forward and stand with each other in a “Me Too” movement. After actresses such as Angelina Jolie, Gwyenth Paltrow, and Rose McGowan all stepped forward to accuse Weinstein of rape, over 200,000 tweets have been shared using the hashtag … Continue reading #MeToo Movement Highlights Widespread Social Problem
by Kathleen Giffin The opioid epidemic has seized the United States in a vise of addiction and death. Roughly 100 Americans die everyday due to overdose. In Huntington, West Virginia, they have seen forty deaths in a day because of the addiction. It has been clear for a long time that something must be done about this national crisis. On October 26, 2017, President Trump … Continue reading Opioid Epidemic Rocks U.S.
by Kathleen Giffin On Sunday, October 8, 2017, Vice-President Mike Pence was seen leaving the National Football League stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, after several of the players refused to stand for the playing of the national anthem. President Trump said he was “proud of [Pence]” for leaving, tweeting that the “issue of kneeling has nothing to do with race” but with the apparent disrespect shown … Continue reading NFL Players Take a Knee