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IUDs, a safe, if rarely used, method of birth control

IUDs, a safe, if rarely used, method of birth control

Anjanae Crump, Managing Editor

September 6, 2016


Filed under Features

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 62 percent of the 60.9 million women aged 15-44 in the United States from 2011-13 reported using some form of birth control. The most commonly used methods were the pill, female sterilization and male condoms. The least-used method was intrauterine devices...

Psychedelic drugs may have medical benefits

Psychedelic drugs may have medical benefits

Christopher Walker, Editor-in-Chief

August 23, 2016


Filed under Features

MDMA, the wildly popular, seminal party drug of the 1980s has recently made a comeback with America’s youth, riding on the coattails of the EDM craze. And with MDMA’s resurgence, scientists are revisiting why it was created in the first place as a therapeutic drug. Dr. Albert Garcia-Romeu, a postdoctoral fell...

Black Lives Matter dominates summer news

Black Lives Matter dominates summer news

Anjanae Crump, Managing Editor

August 17, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Story

This summer, thousands of people across the country joined together for one purpose: not justice for all, as the pledge of allegiance suggests, but justice for the black lives in America. They cried for justice for Alton Sterling, for Philando Castell, and for the other innocent black men and women sh...

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