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Taking a toll: The rise in overdoses

In mid-April, the CDC released a report that showed a concerning rise in drug overdose deaths since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Between September…

Being pro-life in the courtroom

After a threat of expulsion for her pro-life beliefs, Julia Rynkiewicz, a nursing student at the University of Nottingham, won a legal victory against her…

TUL: First dementia-friendly US airport

The Tulsa International Airport is on course to become the first dementia-friendly airport in the United States. This is in response to Dementia Friendly Tulsa,…

Detained: The Chinese Christians held

China’s Communist Party officials are reportedly detaining Christians in secret “transformation” facilities and torturing them until they renounce their faith. The faithful are forced to…

Allegations of conservative censorship

In an ever-changing social and political landscape, some citizens’ constitutional right to free speech on online internet forums such as Face- book and Twitter are…

The unrest of the nation of Myanmar

Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a small country located on the southeast side of Asia. Because of its location, it is home to more…