Author: Quynh Nguyen
CRISPR-CAS9: What is it and what are its implications?
by Maggie Rudnicki
OpEd – The Importance of Gaining Proper Sex Education for People with Disabilities
by Maggie Rudnicki Sex education is an incredibly important part of any child’s education and will shape their beliefs and experiences going into sexual maturity. The urge to reproduce is one of our most basic biological imperatives that goes back to Darwinian evolution – we are driven to survive and reproduce. It is, therefore, of…
OpEd – Anxiety and College Students: An Invisible Illness?
by Hannah Butcher Are you really having an anxiety attack, or are you just having a bad day? It can’t be that bad.
by Cara Boim and Hannah Ridings This presentation discusses the shift in definition of autism to a biologically rooted disorder and an “epidemic” through the lens of autistic activism, hypothesizing causes for and pointing out issues inherent in this discourse. The role of Autism Speaks in contributing to a pathologizing narrative is discussed, using the…