Articles written by: Kay O’Keeffe

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Enforcing Abstinence Detracts from the Christian Message

      Sex is often seen as a bad word and an even worse sin. Purity culture has taught us for decades that submitting to sins of the flesh in the form of sexuality before marriage is a sin which God warns Christians against throughout the Bible.     […]

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A New Congress: A look into the diversity in politics 100 years after the 19th Amendment

      Since the 116th Congress was sworn in this Jan., there has been a lot of talk about a woman wearing big hoop earrings and red lipstick waltzing around D.C. like she owns the place. Who is this woman and what is she doing on the Congress floor? […]

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Love for Eastern Professors: Students reflect on the instructors that helped them during their college careers.

A Letter to Dr. Gramby-Sobuwke       Dear Dr. Gramby-Sobuwke,       The most wonderful part of being your student is the way you facilitate our conversation. When you catch a person’s eye across the room, it encourages them to speak up and say what is on their […]

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Why Political Science?

      If you are looking for a major which will match your passion for inspiring change, a political science major is the one for you. This major offers a community of people who work together toward a better America and a better world, no matter what that looks […]