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Islamophobia and the Rise of Mental Illness

Amani Mheisen, a master’s student in Public Health at Western Michigan University, had always a blissful person and enjoyed college for all its wonderful community building opportunities. She loved walking around engaging in diverse gatherings, meeting new people, and being able to express her identity without worry. However, this was all before the epidemic of […]

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I believe, reprise

Looking back on our “I believe” assignment, I do not really think that too many of my beliefs have changed since writing our first draft. I still strongly agree with many of my statements, however, I do think that the only belief of mine that has changed is my response to the ” I believe […]

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Verbal Coercion and Sexual Assault on College Campuses

The article published by Time sheds light on how college campuses, mainly the University of Michigan, are putting more focus on sexual misconduct and the role of verbal pressure. It explains how schools have found, through surveys, that there is a large population of students who have experienced unwanted sexual activity as a result of verbal […]

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Volkswagen Car Emission Scandal

The article published by The Atlantic discusses how a group of researchers at West Virginia University discovered major disparities in the expected emission levels from clean diesel Volkswagen cars. It explains how the findings from this research led to further investigations by the California Air Resources Board as well as the EPA. It mentioned that Volkswagen denied any […]

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