Posts From Sean Rainey

These handsome lizards might make you rethink reptile ownership

    These handsome lizards might make you rethink reptile ownership

We share this planet with a diverse population of organisms, and our reptilian friends are some of the most unique and interesting species among them. Their noble brow is raised

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Growing your own produce may be food for thought

    Growing your own produce may be food for thought

What do you think of when you think of gardening? Do you imagine elderly people enjoying a hobby? Or perhaps you see an opportunity to decorate a landscape or a

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This & That: Vegetarianism is worth a shot

    This & That: Vegetarianism is worth a shot

I would like to begin by expressing that you, as a grown individual, have the right to eat anything you want. Your food preferences are your own, and nobody should

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Environment vs. corporations: Mother Nature loses when industries are in charge

    Environment vs. corporations: Mother Nature loses when industries are in charge

Climate change is real, and it is a growing issue. As the reality of climate change grows, so does the disastrous consequences that will follow. While most of us have

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Trump’s Border Wall and its impact on Southern Ecosystems

    Trump’s Border Wall and its impact on Southern Ecosystems

Most of us are familiar with President Donald Trump’s proposal to build a “wall.” This huge barrier would potentially run

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Learning about evolution is a right and shouldn’t be censored in schools

    Learning about evolution is a right and shouldn’t be censored in schools

Evolution should be taught in its entirety in schools. It is an important part of understanding key concepts of biology,

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The science behind hated springtime allergies

    The science behind hated springtime allergies

Many of us are all too familiar with the unfortunate side to spring. With the blooming flowers and the perfect

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The last male white rhino has died

    The last male white rhino has died

The last male white rhino has died, marking the inevitable end of the species. Some would say the world is

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Trees have a lot to say, but not to us

    Trees have a lot to say, but not to us

If a tree could talk, can you imagine what it would have to say? Unfortunately, trees don’t have much to

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Free-speech vs. hate-speech

    Free-speech vs. hate-speech

On March 29, several “protesters” stood on campus near the Business Leadership Building brandishing signs of hatred. Freedom of speech

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