Carol J Adams with her popular book, "The Sexual Politics of Meat," is popular among many vegans and feminists. The eyeopening book expresses the link between oppression of women and animals. During the presentation, Carol J Adams added more to the topic of eating animals and objectifying women for consumption. "An entire industry wants us… Continue reading The Sexual Politics of Meat and what it means
On Mon. March 12, Niagara University's Club for Animal Rights, Education and Sustainability set up a table in Gally to invite students to partake in trying virtual reality. The realities students could watch were the lives of cows, pigs and chickens raised in captivity. Virtual reality is a software program that allows the viewer to… Continue reading NU CARES hosts virtual reality systems to reach more students
Love Canal's history William T. Love envisioned a canal connecting the lower Niagara river to the upper level because of the falls separating the two. When the economy collapsed in 1892 after one whole mile - 15 feet wide and ten feet deep - of constructing the canal, the project came to an end. When… Continue reading Radiation epidemic still ongoing after 40 years
By Isabella Susino Ever feel like you're always on your phone when you're trying to do homework? How about when you're talking to friends? This may be a sign that you're too caught up in what other people are doing - instead of your own doings. Better Homes and Gardens' Amy Brightfield shared with her… Continue reading Technologies increasing stress levels in students
Long distance relationships in college are really hard to keep going. I've been in my relationship for 11 months, and it hasn't been without difficulty. We met senior year of high school in gym volleyball - he received a powerful spike and passed it perfectly to the setter - I'll always remember that. We started… Continue reading Long distance: is it worth it?
Marissa Del Vecchio is a theater performance major in her third year, directing some of the short plays in the Niagara University theater. "At the end of sophomore year, we get this email right before we go on summer break from our professor for the directing class Doug Zschiegner. He gives us the criteria, two… Continue reading To be, or not to be?