Hannah Saul

Articles

EMU's smoking ban is a good thing

According to the American Lung Association, “smoking is the number one cause of preventable disease and death worldwide.” Not only does smoking and tobacco use affect those using it, but the results from secondhand smoke are just as bad.


Risks of e-cigarettes

Every day I see it more and more frequently, students walking around or standing outside classes puffing away, not on traditional cigarettes, but on Electronic Cigarettes.


'American Sniper' glorifies violence of war

Chris Kyle was the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history with over 160 confirmed kills. He was honorably discharged from the military in 2009 and went on to write an autobiography about his experiences.


Are we getting all the Timely Warnings we should?

Monday, March 23there was a disturbance near the Tower dorms here at Eastern Michigan. Lauren Stewart, a junior apparel and textile merchandising major and resident of Hill Hall, was woken up early Monday morning. “I woke up around 2 a.m.


5 great reads for springtime

March is one of those months where some days are nice enough to spend in the sun and others are better spent curled up on the couch with a good book.


Lammily: Perfectly Imperfect Doll

Self-esteem problems and not feeling adequate are a gloomy reality for most women. Everywhere, we are faced with pictures of stick-thin models and ads for the latest and craziest fad diets.


The vagina monologues has a panel discussion

The Vagina Monologues are known for bringing support to women and is a creative outlet for women who want to share their experiences, positive or negative, about their journey of womanhood. While the play does have many supporters there are some who do not agree with it.


Are you in the 46 percent?

College is a time of exploration for many students. A time for discovering who you are, experimenting with different lives, different people and sexuality. While most of us have endured those awkward conversations concerning contraception with our parents or in a classroom full of other students, the general consensus seems obvious, contraception is important. Using contraception protects against sexually transmitted diseases, but also against conceiving a child, both of which could greatly affect a college student’s life.