Volume 4, Number 11 - March 4, 2014

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An E-Cigarette Is Still A Cigarette

While marketers claim it is safer than tobacco cigarettes, electronic cigarette (e-cigs) are being banned in some places like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and even Miami-Dade County. Until now, there is no scientific proof to sustain that “e-smoking” is harmless.


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Applying To College Doesn’t Have To Be That Stressful

There are numerous resources available for students to take advantage of when deciding on where to apply. As intimidating as the transfer process may seem, with the right level of preparation and research, everything will flow smoothly.


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Let’s Start Trending Manners

One thing for certain is that kindness and common decency are traditions that should never be replaced or forgotten. In some ways, society has allowed itself to turn away from manners and it’s important for it to return to them.


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The 50th Anniversary of Social Change

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a groundbreaking law that ended legal discrimination. Although society has progressed a long way from this moment there is still room for improvement in the struggle for civil rights.


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U.S. Declines In The Quality Of Its Freedom Of Speech

Reporters Without Borders recently released its 2013 World Press Freedom Index, which revealed drops in media freedom in multiple countries, particularly in the United States. The U.S. dropped substantially as a result of its ongoing security concerns.




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