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Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Kataylor Price / Contributing Writer Many of us, whether we suffer from allergies or not, are familiar with the EpiPen. The medication, invented in the 1970s by biomedical engineer Sheldon Kaplan, is used to quickly treat those facing anaphylactic shock. Now, this extremely common medication is facing plenty of controversy …

Photo courtesy of Flickr By now, you’ve probably figured out that 2016 has been a banner year for politics. Between name-calling amongst candidates and the endless list of hot-button topics, there is quite a bit to catch up on since last semester. For those of you who ditched politics for pool parties and beach trips in the last …

The 2016 election season continues to amaze and surprise. Between the aggressive contest and the murmurs of a contested convention, candidates continue to fear the coming months. This fear seems to have manifested itself primarily around the Republican side. The potential source? Donald J. Trump Trump has been seemingly unstoppable in the past months. He swept Super …

By Joseph Stokes and Christof Fehrman When we learned that Alberto Gonzales would be speaking to MTSU students on how to have a successful legal career, we were disgusted.  The former U.S. Attorney General (and previously legal counsel to President George W. Bush) not only set up the legal framework and justification for the torture …