Clinicals to Codes: What it Takes to be a Nurse (Part Two)
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Clinicals to Codes: What it Takes to be a Nurse (Part Two)

Editor’s note: last time, we dove a little bit into the nursing profession. Part two dives further into the stories of nurses and nursing students here at Drexel! The Most Incredible Thing Spectacular, sad, silly, or scary…nursing itself, in school and beyond, provides for its own outcomes. One of my crazy moments of realization was when … Continue reading

Clinicals to Codes: What it Takes to Be a Nurse (Part One)
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Clinicals to Codes: What it Takes to Be a Nurse (Part One)

Author’s Note: My sincerest thanks goes to my three incredible interviewees. I was honored to speak with the following: Ben Anderson, a current nursing student preparing for the release of his band’s first album; Beckie Walker, a new pediatric nurse and Miss Philadelphia contestant; and Dr. Gloria Donnelly, the dean of Drexel University’s College of Nursing … Continue reading

#GamerGate: Misogyny and Video Game Ethics
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#GamerGate: Misogyny and Video Game Ethics

I walked into Drexel University’s Dragon Learning Terrace, excited to attend my first Drexel DragonLAN tournament. There were several tables scattered across the room, the chairs inhabited by hunched over men. There was StarCraft, several other smaller computer games, and my favorite—Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Cracking my knuckles, I made a beeline towards the tiny … Continue reading

Autism in Children’s Media: A Diversity Issue Ignored
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Autism in Children’s Media: A Diversity Issue Ignored

In 2015 the movie Annie was remade to feature a little girl of color, Quvenzhané Wallis. Critics applauded producers for representing a racial minority in a historically white role. Recently, within the entertainment industry, there has been a strong demand for broader representation and cultural perspectives. But where is the representation of disability in children’s … Continue reading

Addicted to Binge-Watching: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Netflix
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Addicted to Binge-Watching: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Netflix

We’re all guilty of it in some form or another. Staying up watching the last season of Orange is the New Black the night before a final instead of studying. Writing your history paper in split screen mode so you can keep watching House of Cards.  At least, you tell yourself you’re writing when really … Continue reading