Monthly Archives: December 2019

Gender Discrimination in The Workplace

Due to the recent attention of gender discrimination and sexual harassment at the workplace, there have been movements that have started because of it. Movements like the #MeToo and #UsToo have become very popular amongst women and talked about globally. … Continue reading

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President Trump’s Presence on Social Media

By Madison, Maddie and Sabel How many times a week do you see President Trump attacking someone via Twitter? Maybe three to four times a week? President Donald Trump and celebrity Chrissy Teigen have butted heads for several years, and … Continue reading

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Ethics in the News: Sex Offender’s Death Turned Into Meme

In August of this year Jeffrey Epstein, one of the most notorious sex offenders, was reported to have committed suicide in his cell after being convicted of sex trafficking. At least, that’s what was the information released to the public … Continue reading

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Should Columbus Day Be Changed to Indigenous Peoples Day?

by Zach Alecci, Graeme Eber, & Jonathan Nevius In case you haven’t heard, there is a major push to change the name and theme of a federal holiday. In recent years, individuals and activist groups have been fighting state and … Continue reading

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Sandy Hook Promise

By Savanah Black, Bruno Polonio, and Jessie Tobin The Sandy Hook Project recently came out with another PSA about gun violence in schools. It starts off as being a back to school supply commercial and quickly turns violent showing the … Continue reading

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Should College Athletes Be Paid?

By Eric Abruzzi, Simon Brady and Elisabeth Kip For years there has been debate on whether or not college athletes should get paid. Recently, California passed a law that allows college athletes to get paid. The bill is called the … Continue reading

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Ethics in Social Media

Most of us are born right after 1995 are considered to be Generation Z. Gen Z is a generation that is very exposed to social media and technology and don’t realize the harm that it is starting to cause to … Continue reading

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LGBTQ+ Discrimination in the Workplace

Lately, there’s always some sort of ethical dilemma in the news. One being that you can still get fired in at least 30 states just for being gay. It’s crazy to think that homosexuality still has a place in our … Continue reading

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