Most of the world’s rhinos are found in South Africa, but that might not be the case forever. Rhino horns are in high demand in parts of Asia for their supposed healing powers, making the poaching of rhinos for their horns an increasingly prevalent issue in South Africa. According to […]Read more ›
Articles by: Natalie Marshall
Natalie is an International Studies major at Arcadia University.
On the weekend of Nov. 15, some of the most popular names in music got together to cover the 1984 Band Aid song “Do they Know it’s Christmas?” The stars that participated in the cover range from U2’s Bono to the various members of One Direction. This time around, the […]Read more ›
Numerous outbreaks of Ebola—an often fatal virus that causes weakness, fever, stomach pain, aches, diarrhea, vomiting, bleeding, and difficulty breathing—have occurred throughout history since the first reported case in Zaire (Democratic Republic of Congo) in 1976. Of the several outbreaks of the disease, however, the recent outbreak is the worst […]Read more ›
About 55% of the Scottish people who voted in the Sept. 18 referendum for Scottish independence voted against it. However, in the United States, images of “Vote Yes” signs and pro-independence rallies dominated the news media leading up to the vote. My American classmates all seemed to really buy into […]Read more ›
In response to startling statistics concerning the prevalence of sexual assaults against college-aged women, the White House has launched the “It’s On Us” campaign to reduce the number of attacks that occur on college campuses. According to President Obama’s speech at the launch of the “It’s On Us” campaign, about […]Read more ›
Adrianna Stahl, a senior Biology major and Spanish minor at Arcadia University, currently spends most of her time working on her thesis and preparing for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Columbia University next year. Despite her busy schedule, however, Stahl still finds time to put together polished outfits […]Read more ›