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As I sat quietly in my room contemplating my life and my existence it hit me. In physiology, we have learned about why regulating homeostasis (tendency of an organism’s internal environment to remain constant over time) is important to an organism’s survival. I began to ponder if we were connected to...

This week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Secretary Sergei Lavrov announced a joint plan for the destruction of the Syrian chemical...

Vladimir Putin: president of Russia, president of a country with a GDP of roughly 12 percent of America, president of a country teetering on totalitarianism...

I try to give Republicans the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes I try to believe that maybe — just maybe — congressional Republicans will rise above...

While we were all wasting away at home this summer waiting to tumble back into Oxford for our livers to waste away, too, The New York Times published an...

I am notorious when it comes to losing or breaking sunglasses. It seems that I am in need of a new pair every other month. Each time I try on a plethora...

In discussing Syria with my American peers, I cannot help but notice that both sides of the issue, though coming from antithetical points of view, agree...

There’s no better way to start the day than a delicious stack of pancakes from Big Bad Breakfast. For most people in Oxford, this is just an average...

The oft-repeated phrase “political correctness” has become the death knell for meaningful debate within American society. The P.C. madness sweeping...

On Saturday, August 31, President Obama requested congressional approval for a limited strike on Syria in response to an alleged chemical attack carried...