Shaping Rape Culture

Smoking was once the epitome of cool, at least by Hollywood and advertising standards. Mid century idols displayed a sense of sophistication with that white stick dangling from hands, mouths, or the even more glamorously, a cigarette holder. Smoking was normal, socially acceptable behavior – in homes, schools, hospitals, and most influentially, in the neon … Continue reading Shaping Rape Culture

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The Republic of Capitalism: A Chinese ‘Every Man’ talks Morals and Money

Now a growing player in the global market and a curious destination to many, China’s  capitalist whitewash has been holding our attention. But how has China’s economic growth affected the working class? Mr. Lee* shares his experiences growing up in China, its newfound wealth and the dichotomy of morals and money. *** It's a quarter … Continue reading The Republic of Capitalism: A Chinese ‘Every Man’ talks Morals and Money

Science And Religion: A Look at Facts, Faith and Fallacy

The answer to life’s ultimate question “where do we come from?” has been divided amongst religious believers and science enthusiasts for centuries, along with the struggle between facts and faith. Religion attempts to respond to our questions with seemingly intangible and often broad solutions, while science attempts to offer us concrete answers. However, where science … Continue reading Science And Religion: A Look at Facts, Faith and Fallacy