Danielle Pappas is a 2nd year Master of Public Health student with a concentration in Global Health Leadership at the University of Southern California. As a progressive degree student, Danielle began her MPH in her senior year of undergraduate (2014-2015) at USC in which she obtained a B.S. in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention … [Read more...] about The Civil Commitment of Sex Offenders: Punishment or Treatment?
Leslie Landers is a senior majoring in economics and applied math. _____________________________________________________________________________________ In October 2008, the capitalist economic system responsible for decades of prosperity in the United States experienced one of its largest market corrections in history. The economic … [Read more...] about The Ethics of Minimum Wage
“I considered… the taking every Fish as unprovoked Murder, since none of them had or ever could do us any injury that might justify the slaughter…. But I had formerly been a great Lover of Fish, & when this came hot out of the Frying Pan, it smelled admirably well.” – Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Although not the first … [Read more...] about Benjamin Franklin: The Fish-Loving Vegetarian