Arizona’s Abortion Status is an Ugly Legal Mess

By: Natalia Sells The Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade this summer has created a flurry of states rushing to limit or totally ban abortion access, leaving those directly affected in a confusing mess. Since Roe’s reversal, thirteen states have mostly banned abortion and about half the states are projected to further limit access … Continue reading Arizona’s Abortion Status is an Ugly Legal Mess

What can the FDA do about bodily autonomy?

By: Alliya Dulaney It has been a little over 100 days since Roe v. Wade was overturned. In that time, reproductive rights have changed from a blanket of federal protection to a kaleidoscope of state rights.  On October 7, The Arizona Court of Appeals granted Planned Parenthood’s request for an emergency stay from a September … Continue reading What can the FDA do about bodily autonomy?

The Future of Abortion in the United States

By: Madison Benson In the last year, anti-abortion advocates have taken a new approach to changing abortion laws. The previous approach, utilized by leaders like George W. Bush, encouraged anti-abortion allies to garner more public support before pushing new, restrictive laws.[1] The new approach wants to take advantage of the conservative-majority Supreme Court, despite ongoing … Continue reading The Future of Abortion in the United States

Death with Dignity: The Societal Implications of Physician-Assisted Death

By: Aimee Harvey The Delaware House Health and Human Development Committee discussed HB140 on Wednesday, a bill that would legalize physician-assisted death for terminally ill individuals. If passed, Delaware would join the eleven other jurisdictions that already authorize physician-assisted death. While each state has their own unique laws concerning the practice, they all share the … Continue reading Death with Dignity: The Societal Implications of Physician-Assisted Death

Sexual Violence on College Campuses: The More You Know, the Safer You Will Be

By: Dylan Reynolds Going to college is an exciting adventure for most students because it is the turning of a page and the start of a new chapter. College campuses effectively operate as their own community and can potentially give students a sense of security – a feeling that everyone knows each other and watches … Continue reading Sexual Violence on College Campuses: The More You Know, the Safer You Will Be