Posts Tagged ‘The Washington Post’
— Part 3 of an 8-Part Series —
In the wake of the 20th anniversary of Columbine, it’s important to study the history of gun violence in schools, as well as how this violence has increased since the massacre 20 years ago.
The feminist movement presents the fight for equality and dignity for women as God intended, but modern society’s twist on feminism has created problems of its own and distorted the mutual responsibilities between men and women that the Lord initially intended.
Photo and graphic by Stacy Rohan
Guided by our technology, our responsibilities seem to be endless. We rarely get the chance to put down our devices when we are on call every moment of the day. As college students, many of us take on multiple roles of student, athlete, family member and employee, while still being expected to give each role our entire effort and focus.
Copyright-free image edited by Sarah Broyles
What are we really agreeing to when we sign up for new websites?