Real Issues

By Melissa McCormick

Spring break is a time to relax, recharge, and depending on your climate- get some sun. After winter, our bodies are due for some vitamin D. Unfortunately, despite how it appears on our Instagrams, getting sprung into spring after a long winter can bring about anxiety and an increase in negativity about our bodies.

By Paula Frances Price

It’s the root of all evil.

It makes the world go round.

It’s why you choose certain jobs.

By Mark Abdon

Stop me if this sounds familiar.

Frat guy invites sorority girl over to the house on a weeknight. Nothing crazy, but there are about 50 people in the basement, playing beer pong, hanging out and drinking something blue. Frat guy and sorority girl team up for a few games, and are feeling pretty good.

By Meaghan Graham Foster

I grew up in a Christian home—we prayed together, we went to church together, I even went to a Christian school. Scripture memorization was how I learned the alphabet in kindergarten. When I entered college I was more than ready to break free of all the rules I had been held to by my loving, Christian parents.

By Katie Nowell

“He should’ve known better.”

“I bet every guy views women in this way.”

By Melissa McCormick

Beginning the process of healing from sexual assault is a place no one ever thinks they will be. The pain, shame, and loneliness can run deep, and it often feels overwhelming.

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