Volume 4, Number 9 - February 4, 2014

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A New Year And A Happier You

Now that the new year is upon us, it is time for people to set positive goals and stick to them. Becoming healthy is a big concern among people and there are multiple options for making that hope a reality.


Can a Man and a Woman Have A Platonic Relationship?

The question of whether a male and female can maintain a friendly relationship is simple: they can’t. They may be able to deny it for a long time, but eventually they will realize their true feelings.


Genuine, Healthy Energy Can Only Come Naturally

Energy drinks have become a very popular means of supplying one’s self with a quick boost in attitude and drive. It’s important to realize, however, that these products are not sufficient replacements for natural processes, such as regular sleep.


Krome Avenue Needs To Become a Safer Road

On January 21, an automobile accident occurred on Krome Avenue that resulted in the deaths of three people, among them a Miami Dade College student. Krome is uncomfortably narrow street and should be renovated to avoid further accidents like these. A petition was recently started to bring improvements to Krome Avenue.


Society’s Binding Grip on Women’s Sexuality

It is not fair for women to live with the fear of being labeled negative terms for simply wanting to fulfill their sexual desires. Society should be just as accepting of women’s desires as it is of men’s desires.

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