Category Archives: Culture

Peta2 Meatless Mondays

As volunteers from Peta2 hit the campus of UCF this past week, many students may be left wondering: what did they aim to do here? A growing demand for vegetarian and vegan options all across campus, including in the Marketplace … Continue reading

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More than a Checkup

The mental health field has grown tremendously within the last century, but now it is taking a sharp turn. Rather than seek therapy, which can be a lengthy process never bringing complete happiness, people want drugs and they want them … Continue reading

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Atheists Know the Truth, Not You

All religions promise you answers, the truth, and most likely salvation. The American Atheists (AA) want you to know that your religion is lying. This Christmas, the AA wants you to question your beliefs. While drivers travel from New Jersey … Continue reading

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Religion in the Modern Day

Is it possible to modify religion for today’s modern world? The Pope seems to think so. The Pope has announced that condoms can be used (in certain cases) to preventĀ transmitting HIV to others. This doesn’t mean that the Pope isĀ condoning … Continue reading

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The Cultural Climate Change

There is a drastic climate change going on in this country…and I’m not talking about the environment. Regardless of your opinion on immigration, there is a cultural shift taking place in America. This year, Juanes, a Spanish singer, performed the … Continue reading

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Finding Good from Bad

After watching CNN Heroes this weekend I found myself overwhelmed with emotions. On one hand, many of the stories the program brought to light were utterly depressing (exhibiting human suffering throughout the world); while others were extremely uplifting and restored … Continue reading

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