Advice For Newborns

Congratulations, if you’re reading this then you’ve most likely been born. Give your mom a pat on the back, she did all the heavy lifting. So your cord has been snipped and they washed all the jelly off so you don’t look so alien like, what now? You’ll most likely be taken home (or left... Continue Reading →

Gandhi Flip-Flops and MLK Day

Yesterday it was reported that outrage has stirred in India due to a consumer item advertised on Amazon. The item was a pair of flip-flop sandals with an image of Mahatma Gandhi's face on the top of them. The sandals cost 16.99$ and required that the user put their feet directly on Gandhi's face while... Continue Reading →

Protest on College Campus

Throughout the day on Thursday students on the University of Tennessee campus gathered to protest the presidency of Donald Trump. At the height of the protest there was up to 300 students participating in both the protest and the counter-protest. Students, forming a ring around the sitting 'marginalized' students, chanted and repeated slogans from the... Continue Reading →

What Does it Mean to be American?

With the presidential election seeping into every normal day-to-day conversation, the idea of 'American' is tossed around as a given. The candidates appeal to the fact that they stand for American values, which is supposed to somehow be a persuading argument. But as with most things the term 'American' is so ambiguous that it requires... Continue Reading →

Colin Kaepernick and Civil Protest

By now most everyone has heard of the events surrounding Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, and his refusal to stand during the national anthem played at football games. It began with him simply sitting on the bench and evolving him to take a knee during the anthem, almost as a gesture of respect.... Continue Reading →

Finding Meaningful Jobs

A Gallup poll found that a staggering 87% of people worldwide don't feel engaged at work, more specifically only 29% of millennials are engaged at work. It's also important to remember that millennials have the highest rate of unemployment and underemployment in the U.S. but somehow we are still described as an idealistic generation. The... Continue Reading →

On Mysticism and Logic

Bertrand Russell's famous essay "Mysticism and Logic" can seem striking to readers at first glance. The first reason being that Russell actually seems to admire some mystic's line of reasoning. Bertrand Russell, the philosopher that redefined mathematics and logic, giving praise to mystic's wondrous and deep intuition. Despite being written in a period where Russell... Continue Reading →

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