Archive for April, 2008

More Than Meets the Eye

By Masao Donahue • Apr 30th, 2008 • Category: 'Sup Wit Dat Tat?

Sadie Wilson, a 25-year old wrapping up her Business Administration Management program at George Brown College in Montreal, Ontario, would hardly strike anyone as a future business executive.

“I Do”
(Need A Green Card, That Is)

By Cinelle Ariola • Apr 30th, 2008 • Category: Features, Public Affairs

When wedlock staves off deportation

Who Knew?

By Joseph Crea • Apr 28th, 2008 • Category: 'Sup Wit Dat Tat?

“Good girls can get tattoos too”,

More than Just a Six-Inch Scar: The Debate over Organ Sales

By Stephanie Smith • Apr 28th, 2008 • Category: Public Affairs

“Letting poor people sell their children on E Bay would also benefit poor people but we’re clear that that conflicts with our basic human values. Black market organ sales are no different.”

Past Pains Yield a Permanent Imprint

By Denise Joseph • Apr 28th, 2008 • Category: 'Sup Wit Dat Tat?

Wilbert Phillippe explains the story behind his tattoo.

Universal Health Care — Causing a Headache?

By Masao Donahue • Apr 28th, 2008 • Category: Public Affairs

For Erin Noll, a 24-year old sociology major and junior at Hunter College, her birthday this Fall will mark a significant turning point in her life – the day she loses the medical coverage under her parents’ insurance. She will abruptly join the 47 million other Americans bereft of health coverage. Cases like Noll’s represent [...]