Georgia’s legislature approved a bill, called HB 757, which allows faith-based organizations to deny services and make employment decisions based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” according to The Washington Post. The bill has measures to protect religious leaders from being required to perform same-sex marriages and individuals from being forced to go to these […]

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March is awesome in many aspects: spring break, Easter, major sneaker releases and the national phenomenon that made March famous, March Madness. In the beginning of March every year, virtually every publication posts some articles about tips and tricks (as if they actually work) to help get you the perfect bracket. According to a research […]

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On Thursday, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which states that businesses in Indiana may legally choose to provide service or not to individuals based on religious beliefs. Although Pence denies this, this bill is extremely problematic because it indirectly gives people the legal right to discriminate against the LGBT community. […]

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Spring break is not the only exciting thing in March. Every year, from the second week of March through the first week of April, millions of people enter into “madness” over the NCAA’s Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.  March Madness is a cultural event that far exceeds the boundaries of a normal sporting event. It causes adrenaline […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis Kevin Ware recently suffered one of the most gruesome sports injuries in the history of the NCAA tournament. While attempting to block a Duke player’s shot, the University of Louisville point guard landed awkwardly on his legs, which resulted in his leg breaking in a very graphic and painful […]

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