Which Side Am I On?

by Remy Mumaw When a woman is pregnant, it should be one of the happiest times in her life, filled with joy and excitement. Though in the back of everyone’s mine is the possibility of complications that may leave the mother or family with difficult decisions to make. Back in January 2014, I saw a…

Closed Adoption Rights: Accessing the Records

by Megan Thiemann I can remember the first time I found out my boyfriend’s father, James, was adopted. I approached him with questions about his biological parents, and all he said to me was that he was part of a closed adoption, and records on file are not always there. He had searched for his…

To Be Morally Straight: the Real Meaning

by Jeremy James Greenfield Although many in today’s society have heard of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and acknowledge the skills they learn, the old fashioned policies seem to be the main focus for many who combat the BSA.  Because of these combatants, a plethora of harsh controversies and heated debates have engulfed the…

Equal Love Equal Rights

by Liz Salkin             Growing up, my parents always raised me to accept other people for who they are. I was taught never to judge any other human being differently because I didn’t know what hardship they’ve overcome to get where they are today. I’m incredibly grateful to have been brought up this way because…