Category Archives: Culture

Informal and Intimate Social Interaction

Informal and Intimate Social Interaction Alex Judd Observations can be difficult to fully understand, but there is a possibility of the institution of social interaction being degenerated as a whole. The first glance issue is how hidden this break down… Continue reading

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Stoicism: Revisited

Stoicism: Revisited Alex Judd Sailing by in the doldrums of 2018, many seem afflicted by a negative nancy attitude. Slowly rowing along the new year- parties, ignoring homework, tide pods, and dread. Many of us see bad habits in ourselves. Many of us h… Continue reading

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Real Voices

Everyone has personal experiences that have come to define a part of them. These experiences can lead to new fears,…
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Clothing Optional, Consent Required

Every senior at Thomas Jefferson University East Falls has to complete a Capstone project in order to complete their degree….
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Patriarchy: God’s Creation?

          The debate of creationism is one that has clogged the courts and school curriculums for…
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The Reset Generation

By: Alex Judd           With nearly every passing generation, there is either the discovery of a…
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AFRICA IS A COUNTRY

By: Musa Kalombe “Africa is a shitty country. The country’s always at war, or like fighting disease or something. Pity,… Continue reading

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My Chemical Deficit

By: Sierra Reddi My mind is partial to working against me. The neurotransmitters in my brain continuously choose to not… Continue reading

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The Symbolic Speech of Confederate Statues; Don’t Take It For Granite lol

By: Erin Maher On Saturday, August 12th, 2017, mayhem erupted in the modest college town of Charlottesville, Virginia (Katz). In… Continue reading

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Cultural Appropriation: My Oppression is Not Your Social Movement

          Two weeks ago, I sat down with Tyanne Bryce, a junior at Jefferson to talk… Continue reading

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