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Badly-Behaved Bacon // Claire Calfo

June 2015 

“If Slaughterhouses had glass walls everyone would be vegetarian”

-Paul McCartney

Everyone loves bacon. It seems like every day there is a new bacon phenomenon or a new way to eat the mouth-watering breakfast food. 1,095 more words

It Wasn't Me // Grace McDougal

Every child has used the excuse “it wasn’t me”. Whether they stole a snack, drew on the walls, or started a fight with their siblings, “it wasn’t me” is the most common defense mechanism. 1,016 more words

I See the Water // Paul Kozel

Before I even started school at SCU, I was dreading this class. It was a class I did not choose to take, it was at night, and it was called food, self, and culture. 1,335 more words

Moving Past Oblivion and Becoming Aware // Maddie Kileen

We rarely question what is happening around us. We get caught up in the motions of everyday life and often forget to look at our surroundings. 1,264 more words

Wisdom Listens // Mishika Narula

“Listening is an art that requires attention over talent, spirit over ego, others over self.” – Dean Jackson

We have a problem—our problem is that we don’t know how to listen wisely. 1,453 more words

Awareness: The Bigger Picture Is What We Are Missing // Evan Wardlow

When I received the list classes for my first fall quarter of college, I saw a class that was named CTW (Critical Thinking & Writing). I did not know… 994 more words

Don't Believe Everything You Hear // Katelyn Browne

Bright lights, shiny floors, shelves and shelves of food—the average grocery store. “Humanely raised,” “free-range,” “natural”—the average label on grocery store chicken. You would think you could believe your food labels. 615 more words