Yesterday was the big day for jests and practical jokers alike – April Fools’ Day is an international holiday celebrated by millions across the globe.
In 2012, The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness declared that animals are as aware of their immediate surroundings as humans are.
Terrorism is a universal problem that has been in the news for a long time. There have been conferences held and protests lead against this kind of violence, but nothing has worked effectively enough to eradicate it completely.
Unless you haven’t been on the Internet in the past few days, I’m sure you’ve seen “the dress that made the Internet explode.” There is a dress that looks distinctly different to different people.
Brian Williams, a news anchor for NBC, has recently been suspended as a lead anchor for six months.
Over the past few years Pope Francis has been in the news several times. Although this is to be expected – he is the Catholic Pope after all – I believe his messages of humility and peace are worthy of attention. Before I go on I would like to make it clear that I am not Catholic.
Because psychology is one of my majors, I often find myself discussing whether or not psychology should be considered a science.
As you’re probably aware, many family orientated holidays have just passed. During the holidays, at least here in the U.S., there is an overwhelming emphasis on families during Thanksgiving and Christmas, but how exactly is a family defined?
I joined staff here at the Eastern Echo during my first week of college back in 2012. Being involved in the campus newspaper, especially here at Eastern, has been extremely beneficial to me as a writer, student and person. I remember how nervous I was when I sent that first email to the news editor asking for information about joining the staff.
Art teachers and art students at Creekside Middle School in Zeeland, Mich. are remodeling 100 end tables in every color, shape and size.