Tag: Water

“I Can’t Come to Class Today, I’m Sick”

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With winter in full swing so are colds and other illnesses on college campuses. With communal restrooms and small living quarters, sickness...

Charity Water: A Non-Profit Making an Impact

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Written by Lauren Buser Media by Miguel Fabela. Charity Water is a non-profit organization that works to provide clean water for as many people as...

What the Frack?

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Written by Leanna Westerhof. Media by Kayla Morton. Fracking is a controversial topic, except what is fracking? Fracking is short for hydraulic fracking, which is...

Greenville Bass Fishing Season Preview

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Written and Media by: Alex Carie     As the weather gets warmer, so does the water.  The fish that swim in the lakes around Bond County will...

Spotlight on Blood: Water Mission

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It’s a global problem. However, in western culture, most people have access to the medical advances that can help combat this affliction. HIV/AIDS is impacting the entire continent of Africa in a terrible way and they don’t have all the resources, resources including clean water, to fight off the dangers of HIV/AIDS. But an organization arose called Blood: Water Mission in order to help African nations to work together to solve the HIV/AIDS and water crisis.

Water, Water Everywhere! : A look into American environmental policies

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Water systems that have ground water sourced may be susceptible to fecal contamination. In many cases, fecal contaminations can contain disease causing pathogens. The GWR will provide increased protection against microbial pathogens” (water.epa.gov). “Why is EPA taking a risk-based approach to protect drinking water provided by ground water systems? An evaluation of data on outbreaks and the occurrence of waterborne viral and bacterial pathogens and indicators of fecal contamination in ground water supplying public water systems (PWS) wells indicate that there is a subset of ground water systems (GWS) that are susceptible to fecal contamination” (water.epa.gov).

Water Cannon Dispute between Japan and Taiwan

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Cannon Dispute by Matthew Harper In the past week, the disagreement over who should control several small islands between the Japanese and Chinese Governments hasn’t...