Tag: earth

Habitable Life on Mars?

Space travel and extraterrestrial life will be two of the biggest topics in our future. We currently have multiple companies preparing us for space,...

Earth Day…Digitally

With the coronavirus pandemic still prevalent, this year's Earth Day will be celebrated a little bit differently. Cathy Allen, a resident of Lebanon, Illinois...

A New Way to Recycle Your Bottle Caps

One of the most popular world crisis topics of the past few years has been the use of single-use plastics. The lack of concern...

Earth Day Recap

This past April 22nd we celebrated Earth Day, and what better way to celebrate than by dropping a song that will catch everyone’s ears....

Animals Are Cool

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Jon Friedman Did you know that bats always turn left when flying out of a cave? Or that koalas...

C.S. Lewis’s “That Hideous Strength” Review and Fan-Cast

Written by Ben Casey. Media by Bekah Dothager. Aliens, religious allegories, talking heads, Merlin’s revived corpse, and England! No, it’s not a crazy dream conjured...

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

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).