The Intercollegiate Student Magazine

Louisiana State University

The populace is ill-equipped at rigorously filtering through the wildfire of information produced by the digital age. 

Louisiana State University

While psychology is still a budding seed, it isn’t hard to imagine it firmly planting itself in the garden of hard sciences. As with most sciences before it, psychology can and must transition from the realm of conjecture to the realm of calculation.

Louisiana State University

There is a warm undercurrent of comfort in knowing that your very essence is beyond natural material and that the thing that breathed that essence into you, whatever it is, carries an inaccessible depth of knowledge—a purview that life is always acting toward your well-being, no matter how bad it may appear.

Louisiana State University

As the world becomes increasingly secular, one of the biggest problems facing humanity is filling the moral hole left by Abrahamic religion. In an almost knee-jerking fashion, many who have closed the good book on religious doctrine quickly adopted moral relativism as the only alternative to strict moral dogma.