Imagine fluffy, little, cute animals' faces comforting you while doing school work. Sounds fun, right? Wouldn't you like to have a more relaxed school day accompanied by a school dog or cat? Having classwork breaks, accompanied by a school pet, would be relaxing and fun. High schoolers would be mentally and physically improved by this, … Continue reading A School Pet?
When one thinks of company towns- towns and cities owned mostly by corporations- they tend to picture something along the lines of the textile mill towns of the Industrial Revolution. But soon, we may be seeing a new kind of company town. Megacorporations Facebook and Amazon have expressed interest in building expansive warehouses and campuses … Continue reading The Re-Emergence of Company Towns
These days, life is pretty fast-paced. Between school, work, and extracurricular activities- all modified to account for COVID precautions- students have a lot to worry about. Add personal obligations and everyday concerns into the mix, and you have a recipe for soul-crushing stress. The solution? Taking time to focus on yourself. It can be difficult … Continue reading The Importance of Self Care
The #MeToo movement has challenged women to overcome the embarrassment and possible repercussions that they may face when they come forward and reveal that they have been sexually assaulted. Recently, Bill Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault and sentenced to three to ten years in a maximum security prison. After years of trials and … Continue reading #MeToo
In May of 2015, the owners of three cats, Ryder, Teeger, and Abby, went into San Ramon Veterinary Hospital in San Ramon, California to ask about declawing. The owners wanted to know about the procedure and any potential alternatives. The vets at the hospital were quick to reassure these owners about the procedure, insisting that … Continue reading Three Pawless Cats