Bribe or Incentive for Doctors?

Maria Jalil
February 10, 2013
Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

The deregulation of the 1970s and 1980s caused major changes in America's health system. According to Dr.Victoria Sweet, author of God's Hotel and a  hospital historian, current hospitals received a fixed amount per disease and doctors receive a fixed amount per patient regardless of how sick they... Read more »

Unlocking a Smartphone – Officially Illegal

Unlocking a Smartphone – Officially Illegal

February 10, 2013
Filed under Top Stories, Uncategorized

Recently, unlocking one's phone without permission from their carrier has been made illegal by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Many smartphone users are outraged. Some people who make business out of unlocking phones lost a lot of business. All Wireless Inc. is a growing company that fixes, deals,... Read more »

Fair Housing in the United States

Fair Housing in the United States

Matthew O'Leary, Staff Writer
February 6, 2013
Filed under Gospel Values, Uncategorized

In April of 1968, the Fair Housing Act was signed by the Civil Rights Act. While the Civil Rights Act in 1866 banned discrimination in housing, there were no federal enforcement provisions. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 expanded on previous acts and prevented discrimination with sale, financing, or... Read more »

Patient Safety At Hospitals

Patient Safety At Hospitals

Madison Begin, Staff Writer
February 6, 2013
Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

Hospitals are a major part of today's society and are essential to the well-being of everyone. As a people, we trust our hospitals explicitly because when we need them the most, we turn to hospitals and expect to be cured of whatever ailment we have gone there for. This puts immense pressure on the... Read more »

Sadie Hawkins Dance, In My Khaki Pants

Sadie Hawkins Dance, In My Khaki Pants

Lauren O'Leary, Associate Editor
February 5, 2013
Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

This past Saturday, February 2nd, was the annual Sadie Hawkins dance, the one dance at Divine Child where the girls ask the guys. There were some creative ways this year in which the guys were asked. A few of these were hexaflexagons, cootie catchers, golf balls, and even Pokémon cards. Even though... Read more »

BREAKING: Baltimore Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII against San Francisco

BREAKING: Baltimore Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII against San Francisco

Sean Vichinsky, Associate Editor
February 3, 2013
Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Top Stories, Uncategorized

In a very close ending against the the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens managed to shut them out for the win in Super Bowl XLVII. Joe Flacco was later named Super Bowl MVP. This game pitted brothers Jim and John Harbaugh as coaches of the opposing teams. Although the Ravens initially took... Read more »

#26Acts of Kindness

#26Acts of Kindness

January 21, 2013
Filed under Christian Tradition, Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Top Stories, Uncategorized

After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, NBC reporter Ann Curry started a movement, affecting lives everywhere, by a simple tweet. “Imagine if everyone could commit to doing one act of kindness for every one of those children killed in Newtown.” Although she... Read more »

The Algerian Hostage Crisis.

The Algerian Hostage Crisis.

Trevor Renner, Associate Editor and Auto beat reporter
January 17, 2013
Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Algeria a country in the Middle East is being held responsible for 41 hostages at a British Petroleum (BP) oil rig in that country. The hostage crisis is reported to have escalated  after a special Algerian military squad tried to free the hostages.  It is reported seven Americans were kidnapped.... Read more »

Skateboard Culture

December 21, 2012
Filed under Uncategorized

Every skateboarder has their differences, whether it is personality, stance, board preference, or group they're in. No matter what happens though, skaters are there for other skaters. I guess you could say, all skaters have an intuition when it comes to other skaters being in trouble, getting hurt, etc.... Read more »

Sean Vichinsky

December 15, 2012
Filed under Uncategorized

Sean is a member of the class of 2015, and an Associate Editor of DCFIA.