The Scourge of Sexual Harassment

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Anyone who has even glanced at the news cannot have missed the sexual harassment allegations made against high-profile entertainment icons: Bill Cosby, Bill O’Reilly, and, most recently, Harvey Weinstein. The story is familiar: people enjoying influence and authority by bullying … Read More

The Severity of Fraternity Hazing

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On June 6th, 1892, Yale University student Wilkins Rustin was pledging to be a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and experienced Fraternity Hazing. During his initiation, he was blindfolded and led into the street. He was then instructed to run … Read More

The Severity of Opioid Abuse

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Opioid abuse claimed 33,091 lives of men and women in 2015.1 Recent headlines have changed from a question of what to do about this epidemic to calls for action in the form of opioid lawsuits brought by state governments against … Read More

Traumatic Brain Injury

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Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, occurs when an external, mechanical force damages the brain. Medically known as intracranial injury, TBI symptoms include dizziness, memory loss, loss of consciousness, and other symptoms. Often, TBI causes significant long-term health effects that may … Read More

Privacy Issue with Amazon Echo: Part II

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The information age has changed the way people do business. Virtual offices, multi-office meetings, and work-from-home is now an integral part of the professional employment landscape. In 1972, the manufacturing sector employed approximately 17.5 million people in the United States; … Read More

Privacy Issue with Echo by Amazon

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In 1890, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis and Samuel Warren published “The Right to Privacy” in the Harvard Law Journal. Since then, numerous courts and legal academics have cited this essay as an important work in the right to privacy. In … Read More