Every American has likely heard a story about someone who tragically died due to drug addiction—especially opioid addiction. Each story is tragic and has its own complexities.
Geneseo has 21 club sports teams, ranging from rugby to quidditch, according to Geneseo’s website.
Many students agree that Geneseo has a beautiful and whimsical campus. Geneseo students love to watch the fiery and picturesque sunsets to alleviate any stress they are afflicted with.
Since the Constitution’s signing, Americans have argued over how much the document should control people’s daily lives. While much of the public conversation has recently focused on the right to bear arms, interpretations of freedom of speech have their own conflicts.
Many changes were made on campus over the summer with little notice to new and returning Geneseo students. One of the most upsetting alterations was the removal of printers from residence halls and Milne Library, which is a major inconvenience to students. The printers should be returned to deter this disruption to students’ academic life.
The athletic company Nike just celebrated the 30th anniversary of their “Just Do It” slogan and many were not thrilled with their new campaign. It features an advertisement of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s face with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
During New York University’s annual White Coat Ceremony, NYU officials surprised incoming medical students by announcing that the university would offer full-tuition scholarships to all students and reimburse those who are already enrolled in the medical degree program.
New York University School of Medicine unveiled a new scholarship opportunity that will cover tuition for all of its current and future medical school students starting Aug. 16, according to CNN. The scholarship will be open to students of all academic and financial statuses.
It is no secret that women in America face discrimination and violence on a daily basis. Yet this fact is consistently ignored by many policymakers. Even when the government addresses such instances, very rarely do they categorize it as misogynistic violence.