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?
The Ethics of Minimum Wage
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
Benjamin Franklin: The Fish-Loving Vegetarian
“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