A new diagnosis among millenials

While double-tapping the screen of a smartphone came to denote a “like” ever since Instagram gained its popularity in 2010, it also became correlated with social media depression, according to a study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Instagram boasts 600 million monthly users with nearly 55 percent of young adults actively…


Starting sex education in the home

Written by Spencer Board and KayReah Warner Physical intimacy is a sacred part of Heavenly Father’s plan of happiness; however, there are those who think sex is a taboo topic. Kevin Green, a marriage and family counseling instructor specializing in pornography addiction, said although sex is sacred, parents have the responsibility to talk about it…


Are you guilty of being a phubber?

“Phubbing,” or phone-snubbing, has increasingly become a problem within relationships, according to an online research article from Baylor University. Phubbing is the act of ignoring the company of others due to the distraction of your cell phone, and according to the study, its most recent victims are couples. Carter Briggs, an alumnus, said, while phubbing…


Nintendo “switches” up a new console

There is a new gaming console making its way to the market. The Nintendo Switch is designed to let you play games where and when you want, according to The newest console in the Nintendo family will feature various ways to play, including a TV mode, tabletop mode and handheld mode, making the console…


Is there a right way to apologize?

Kenadee Moss, a freshman studying public health, walked toward her sister’s bedroom door. Her throat was dry and her hands shook with nervousness. She felt a heavy feeling and was racked with guilt. She needed to apologize. She inched closer to her sister’s bedroom door and gave three subtle knocks. After a few moments, Kenadee…

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