One young man faces his fears and dives into the world of gun rights.
Can you imagine life without cash?
Laura Choque was 15 when she learned she wasn’t a legal citizen.
Slavery is $100 million industry in D.C. — and one group is tackling it head on.
For many living in Mexico, drug cartels are a reality of everyday life.
Posted Monday, December 10, 2012 in Journalism Network by Paige Muniz
Although religion unites many cultures, it can also tear people apart.
Posted Tuesday, December 4, 2012 in Journalism Network by Pallavi Vishwanath
IC students volunteer with local prisoner literature initiatives
Three Campus Progress-sponsored publications have been named as finalists for awards from the prestigious Associated Collegiate Press.
Is there a place for a liberal arts degree in today’s job market?
Students discuss the importance of affordable higher education.
Obama: “The bottom line here is we can’t just cut our way to prosperity.”
Congress needs to act and, at the very least, push the expiration date for the lowered interest rates forward a year.
Just as the housing crisis trapped millions of Americans in suffocating mortgages, student debt is preventing millions of college graduates from attaining a basic level of financial security and achieving a decent standard of living.
Now a University of Florida graduate student, Jacob is one of the lost boys of Sudan who survived the second Sudanese Civil War. And he’s looking to pay it forward through a new non-profit.
Posted Tuesday, April 10, 2012 in Journalism Network by Faithful Okoye
Hate crimes are a constant reminder that prejudice is not only alive and well but also thriving in American society.
Questioning the reasoning of those calling for Limbaugh’s removal from North Carolina’s WRDU.
This is not a question of whether Catholics want to use birth control. This is a question of who has the right to debate what goes on in my uterus.