In the wake of the attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, Congress introduced several legislative proposals all with the intent of ameliorating the conditions and circumstance
During the past month, you have probably discovered - if you didn't already know - that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This past Friday, I emerged from my apartment for my first real Night Out in awhile - dinner with some friends, then on to a bar with another group of friends.
Let’s say that I’m an otherworldly creature, a six-eyed, four-armed purple alien from s
There's no way around it. It's going to have to happen. As your resident militant Nota Bene feminist, I'm going to have to write this week's column about Roe v.
In the wee hours of Christmas morning (and I mean EARLY - Santa had not yet come to deliver me all the material possessions I desire, but do not need) a man attempted to detonate an explosive on a
For those of you who read my last Opinion piece, you know that October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. What you may or may not also know is that October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
Let me preface this column with a disclaimer: I like Barack Obama. I'm liberal. In fact, I'm super liberal.
In November, the Supreme Court will hear the cases of two individuals, Joe Sullivan and Terrance Graham, who were sentenced to life in prison, without the possibility of parole, for non-capital cri
Last Wednesday, Elena Kagan made her debut in front of the Supreme Court as the first woman Solicitor General in history.
Any good law student knows that the Constitution protects our right to bear arms. But does it protect our right to bare breasts?
I'm thrilled I still have two more years of law school.