As of Sept. 1, 2019, there have been 283 mass shootings in the United States, according to data from the nonprofit organization Gun Violence Archive (GVA), which tracks every mass shooting in the country.
The National Retail Federation reports that families will be spending record-breaking amounts on “back to school” shopping this year; the average household with college-aged students are budgeting $976.78 for supplies, which is the highest amount ever recorded by the NRF.
It is bad enough that so many Americans, including 3.5 million kids, have acquired the habit of inhaling a miasma of mysterious chemicals into their lungs with a device that is largely unregulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Smartphones and earbuds are as trendy as the sneakers and book bags that adorn students streaming in across campus parking lots and walkways, yet today’s morning college goers are more an accessory to their mobile device than vice-versa.
One student’s perspective on a college initiative designed to help students succeed.
The Philadelphia Eagles confirmed publicly that they are committed to starting quarterback Carson Wentz as the future of the franchise, but what about Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles?
Growing up at the intersection of 32nd and Norris streets was anything but ordinary. My neighborhood streets were usually crowded with block parties, loud music, and kids.