Home / Perspectives (page 62)

Perspectives

Drugs not a safe alternative for troops affected with post traumatic stress disorder

Kaila Sewell | Staff Writer Living and attending school in a military town, many of us come into contact with soldiers everyday. If you are anything like me, when a solider walks by, it doesn’t affect you in any way. Maybe more attention should be paid. As the Department of ...

Read More »

Women’s sexuality has a new identity in 2011

Kristin Kittell | Assistant Perspectives Editor Nearly a century after the American suffrage movement sparked a slew of anti-sexism progressions, the obstacles preventing gender equality seem to be fading. USA Today explains there were 13 female CEOs leading fortune 500 companies in 2009 — up from just one in 1996 ...

Read More »

Egyptian revolution test for U.S. relations

Catherine Weiss | Staff Writer On Jan. 25, Al-Jezeera reported protests had broken out nationwide as Egyptians from multiple castes and creeds rallied together against their current political regime headed by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Egyptian protesters spilled onto the streets chanting for economic and political reform. On Jan. 28, ...

Read More »

Choosing a major proves difficult for college students

Kristin Kittell Assistant Perspectives Editor Last Friday, Jan. 11, just like every other painfully early Friday morning, I sat in the Sundquist Science Center awaiting the beginning of an 8 a.m. class. As I pondered the futility of my attempts to grasp science, I overheard the conversations of two students ...

Read More »

What was your influence in choosing your major?

I chose radiology because I want to help people. I’ve had injuries in the past and I know what it’s like to go through that. I want to help others.” Hallie McFall, sophomore radiology tech major I had an economics teacher at the community college I went to. As a ...

Read More »