Tag: myth

Overpopulation Band Wagon versus Real-World Solutions

by Eleanor Frances Imminent! Rescheduled population explosion set for this Wednesday! Overpopulation doomsayers have become cliché, with the theory so fully assimilated in our culture that many people adhere to the politics of scarcity without questioning the assumptions and arguments on which it is based. Subscribing to this population myth makes people zealous for a […]

Four Common Misconceptions Movies Taught us About College

By Nancy Wood I grew up reading books, studying television shows, and watching movies to learn all about the college experience. Over time, I cultivated a set of preconceived notions and ridiculous assumptions regarding what I could expect from a four-year university based solely on these three art forms. I was homeschooled throughout elementary, junior […]