When Maria Shriver made headlines a few weeks ago regarding pictures taken of her on her cell phone while driving, it made me upset.
Visit any department store and you will be welcomed by white glowing lights, glittery red and green streamers, elegantly dressed up trees, classical festive music and signs that remind you that Christmas is on Dec. 25, lest we all forget and Christmas goes uncelebrated this year.
I was shocked to hear that Consumer Reports found two out of three parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children against the H1N1 virus.
Many people ask me why I choose to be in journalism when newspapers are dying and people are not interested in reading the news anymore.
We are a week and a half into the 2009-2010 NBA season and a few things seem certain, the Celtics look dominant, Pau Gasol is vital to the Lakers and the top echelon teams got a lot better during the off season.
Last Friday, President Obama lifted a 22-year-old ban that barred persons with the HIV/AIDS virus from traveling to the United States. Since 1981, more than 25 million people have died of HIV/AIDS.
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. In the United States today more than five million people live with the incurable disease. By 2050 this number is expected to climb to 14 million Americans.
The topic of Internet is boring, but it is interesting to see just how many people have practically zero knowledge about it.
I cannot believe how fast my college years are passing by, especially this semester. I remember starting college and being so scared of the new environment.
Drinking coffee, although seemingly an innocent activity, and done so regularly that it doesn’t garner many second thoughts, can be very harmful to the environment. Recently, a common trend among coffee growers is to cut down native shade trees in order to plant more coffee trees.