“For the Love of Goddess”

by Josie Rerecich         “Please, Daedalus. I really need your help!”         The greatest inventor of ancient Greece barely glanced up from his blueprints. “I am a very busy man, and in the employ of King Minos. I have too much to do to worry about a lovesick guard like you, Damianos.”         “She wouldn’t love me unless

Microfinancing and the Future of Women in Need

By Catalina Benavides First off, what is microfiancing? According to Kiva, a microfinancing company, microfinancing is “a term used to describe financial services, such as loans, savings, insurance and fund transfers to entrepreneurs, small businesses and individuals who lack access to traditional banking services.” The idea is that with a small loan, a much greater

Politics in Music

By Catalina Benavides It can be said that politics has divided this country and created an environment that reminds us daily of the true nature of this nation and its many issues. Music and the talents of artists, from all across the country, have been able to bring to our attention the issues of the

Politics’ Role in the Arts

  By Paola Guzman Politics is everywhere, hidden in the most unexpected places, and drives most people to do what they do. Essentially, politics is a set of guidelines to help people thrive as a society. The beginning of politics came naturally to civilization- Ancient Greeks, Native Americans and African tribal systems; therefore, it would

Sustainable Crock-Pot “Stir Fry”

By Alecia Miguel Ingredients (Serves 2) 2 Chicken Thighs 2 cups chicken broth 1 pepper 1 onion 2 cups of broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots (Fresh or Frozen) 4 cloves of garlic (I like my garlic) Salt & Pepper to taste ¼ cup liquid aminos 3 tbsp honey Preparation Slice peppers and onions Slice garlic cloves

The Art and Science of Medicine

by Marci J. Swede, PhD, Chair Department of Health Sciences “The care of the sick unfolds in stories” – Rita Charon, MD, Ph. D. Columbia University School of Medicine A teenage girl and her mother walk into the urgent care clinic. The teen is feverish with a sore throat. A quick exam and a throat swab and

Color Theory: The Creative Process to an Outfit

by Julia Porter For some people, expressing themselves through colorful outfits is an important part of showcasing their bright and bold personality. For others, neutral or basic colors suit a more relaxed and conservative personality. For myself, I fall closer to the latter description (though in my questionable middle school fashion days, I was more

Feed Your Creativity

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” background_size=”initial”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” background_size=”initial” _builder_version=”3.0.91″ background_layout=”light”] by Alecia Sexton Oftentimes, human beings forgets that it’s not only important to feed our bodies, but to also feed our creativity. With everyday stresses and obligations, we all too frequently fall victim to bad habits. For example, around every corner is