As young people turn away from organized religion, they tend to be — and buy — more spiritual.
Savannah Paetzel is a freshman in the Canfield Business Honors Program hailing from Round Rock, Texas, a suburb of Austin known for its literal round rock landmark. Hoping to add an English major, she considers her passions to be writing — poetry, prose, and the like — and studying the humanities. When she isn’t writing for The Orator, Savannah can be found reading, hiking, or getting coffee with her Delta Gamma sisters.
An analysis of societal perceptions of female guilt based on the stories of three infamous scapegoat women.
Instagram users often turn to aesthetically pleasing infographics to raise awareness for social issues. Is this form of activism beneficial?