First Female Infantry Officer: A Breakthrough in Military Status

       In July 2017, one hundred and thirty one marines started the Infantry Officer course, with only eighty eight graduating on September 25. According to TIME, thirty two women in total enrolled in the program when the Marines opened the course to women between 2012 and 2015. In December of 2015, the Pentagon opened all combat roles to women, prompting four women to … Continue reading First Female Infantry Officer: A Breakthrough in Military Status

Suicide Prevention Awareness

In 2014, the second leading cause of death among 10-24 year olds and college-age youths was suicide. According to The Parent Resource Program, since 2014, more teens have died from suicide than cancer, AIDS, and heart disease combined. Sophomore Rachel Perez admitted she was not shocked by these statistics: “recently a lot of people have started to express their unhappiness with saying there is no outlet, … Continue reading Suicide Prevention Awareness