Editorials and Op-Eds

Invisible Disabilities: Do we Truly Understand?

By India Woods It wasn’t until I entered college that I realized my disability, multiple sclerosis, wasn’t treated as a disability. My MS affects my walking, I have pain throughout my whole body, I have issues with my ability to focus and I can’t stand or sit for long periods of time without having major […]

Education is a Human Right

By Nathan Fitzgerald, NSCC, S.A.F.E. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness relate to, and depend upon, access to higher education. In this, the first article in a series, I formulate an argument promoting education as a right, not just a privilege. I seek to demonstrate, by drawing logical conclusions based in fact, the cognitive […]