November 30, 2015

By: Luis Gay


When you give a college student a marker, a blank piece of paper, and an opportunity to express what is going on in their lives, the results may be solemn:


 "Drug addiction runs in my family and tore it apart. I never felt like I was good enough and hated...

November 14, 2015

By Luis Gay

In the past, whenever a cancer drug was created and released, people became excited. However, no one blinks an eye anymore because new treatments cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, far out of reach for many cancer patients. Along with costs, many new tre...

November 12, 2015

By: Kristine Alarcon

Laticia Aossey, a young woman who grew up in the foster care system, was a student at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.  When she got sick, with cyclical vomiting, acid reflux, and stomach ulcers, she was admitted into the hospital. Th...

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