Articles by Sarah Mozdren


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March for Science: In peer review, we trust

On April 22, people across the world celebrated Earth Day. Originating in 1970, this national holiday provides focus on the environment and sustainability. Over 20 million Americans gathered in massive coast to coast rallies to demonstrate their support against the deterioration of the environment. Environmentalists have been fighting against oil spills, polluting factories, power plants,…

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Bee-coming greener in Holland, MI

By: Sriracha Maserati Life is greener than ever! Not only are the plants flourishing on this land, but agriculture is restored with the help of the Bees Engaging in Environmental Society. Also known as BEES, this group formed when several scientists from Holland, MI had dropped all their lifelong re search studies and decided to…

U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, and U.S. Representative Greg Walden hold a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington
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Liabilities of America’s new health care

President Donald Trump’s reconstruction of Obamacare leaves several in disagreement of its benefits In an ideal world, generosity would be the backbone of America. People would work and strive toward their highest potential, the poor would be humble and thankful and the rich would share their wealth with no governmental force. People would support the…

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You’ve been accepted…wait, never mind!

Message sent…Oops! We’ve all been there. Accidentally sending a text message or a Snapchat to the wrong person or even the wrong message to someone who’s not supposed to know. Unfortunately on Wednesday, Feb. 15, the admissions office of Ivy League Columbia University accidentally informed 277 students of acceptance into their master’s program. This mistake…