Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast on Oct. 29, 2012, but it may not have been the worst or last superstorm Americans will see for years to come, according to CNN.com. Sandy is just a taste of what future superstorms will be like, Princeton Professor Michael Oppenheimer said. In the […]

While some people find solace in various religious faiths and look to the heavens for answers, others find comfort in themselves and humanity and collect answers from scientific thought and theories. Fourth-year marketing major Leo Vogel and fourth-year secondary English education major Danielle Kingsbury are both non-theist Secular Humanists, which […]

Church bells ring and only 33 percent of young adults between ages 18 and 29 are filing into the pews, according to a 2007 Pew Forum Religious Landscape Survey. Young adults born after 1980, otherwise known as the Millennial generation, are less likely to be affiliated with a church than […]

Each year during election season, lawns are decorated with cardboard slogans celebrating or vilifying various politicians. Some experts feel the slogans for the 2012 presidential campaigns lack political and emotional fervor and that lines between the candidates are too blurred. Communications and Media Professor Patricia Sullivan said not only are […]

Students and faculty members gathered in the College Terrace on Monday, Oct. 1 at 6 p.m. to listen to a panel of four professionals speak about their careers and answer questions on forming personal brands, a component they said is really important for landing a job. The economy is in […]

What’s wrong with drinking a large, refreshing soda after a hard day of work? Well, according to New York City Mayor Bloomberg, a lot. The soda buzz sparked back in May when the Bloomberg administration proposed the ban of large sugary drinks exceeding 16 fluid ounces. On Sept. 13, Bloomberg’s […]