Making the World a Better Place: Davis United World College Scholars at UF

Vedrana Damjanovic They dream big. They achieve bigger. They leave their homes and comfort zones, mostly at the age of 16, to pursue a better education and develop their skills. Known for the inexhaustible sources of passion and drive, they strive for life-changing goals. Five words: Davis United World College Scholars. A proud and growing… Read More Making the World a Better Place: Davis United World College Scholars at UF

Changing sex education after elimination of abstinence programs

BROOKE HENDERSON An egg. A doll. A diagram. Sex education comes in many different forms, but no program with an abstinence-only curriculum has impacted sexual health in the United States positively. Government regulation Title V expresses the goals of abstinence-only programs. Funding would only be given to programs that promote the benefits of abstaining from… Read More Changing sex education after elimination of abstinence programs

Strange and Marvelous: A Superhero Film Success

LEAH PALMER Doctor Strange is a delightful conglomeration of mind games, morals and humor:  Marvel’s latest superhero film has the trippiness of Inception, the sci-fi spirituality of The Matrix and the light-heartedness of Guardians of the Galaxy, elegantly tied together by Benedict Cumberbatch, an unexpected yet refreshing casting choice for Stephen Strange. Strange, a dexterous… Read More Strange and Marvelous: A Superhero Film Success

Book Review: “Alexander Hamilton”

LEAH PALMER “Hamilton: An American Musical” is a cultural phenomenon, an unprecedented work of art that has taken the nation by storm. This theatrical tribute to the life of America’s first Treasury Secretary has won countless awards, including the Tony award for Best Musical, a Grammy award for Best Musical Theater Album, and a Pulitzer Prize… Read More Book Review: “Alexander Hamilton”