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Articles by Ameer Malik (29)


Malik ’18: A different world

October 5, 2015 0 comments

I support the humanities with a deep love and passion, and as futile as it may be, I will try to defend them.


Malik ’18: The joys of e-books

September 24, 2015 0 comments

Just imagine being able to access all of the readings you have to do for your class with the computer you probably never leave your dorm without.


Malik ’18: What is possible?

September 21, 2015 0 comments

I believe that sensible thinking and practicality are useful and important, but I also think there are times for idealism.


Malik ’18: Don’t pull the trigger warning

September 17, 2015 3 comments

The question of whether or not to provide trigger warnings arises at the clash of two conflicting needs


Malik ’18: Reducing mental health stigma

April 8, 2015 2 comments

Together, as a community, we have to continue our discussion about mental health.


Malik ’18: A societal problem

March 18, 2015 2 comments

The culture of the society we live in is a major contributing factor to why sexual assault happens on campus.


Malik ’18: Attempt to connect

March 9, 2015 3 comments

I am getting sick of technological advancements, especially because it seems many new innovations are presented as if they are superior to older models.

The 21st Annual Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems found that over 50 percent of bridges in the state are deficient and eligible for federally funded repairs.


State infrastructure falls flat

October 21, 2014 0 comments

Rhode Island placed 47th in the country in the overall condition of its highway systems in 2012.

Findings from a new study indicate that the likelihood for women who live near major highways to have hypertension is 23 percent higher than the likelihood for women who do not live in such areas.

Science & Research

Blood pressure runs high near major roadways

October 8, 2014 3 comments

Postmenopausal women who live close to major roadways may suffer from high blood pressure more than do women in less-trafficked areas.