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Phillip Arteaga

Wired: Local students experiment with brain stimulation

Wired: Local students experiment with brain stimulation

To the average person, the stack of nondescript black baseball hats with wires poking out the top and electrodes on the underside of the dome might look a science project.

June 01, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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YOUNG VOICES: Cleaning up litter, unemployment via volunteering

YOUNG VOICES: Cleaning up litter, unemployment via volunteering

As I drove on the expressway this past weekend, I noticed how dirty the sides of the roads were. Empty plastic bottles, plastic bags and remnants from fast food restaurants decorated the highway.

June 01, 2014 12:00 am
YOUNG VOICES: Hike the Dunes, appreciate their beauty

YOUNG VOICES: Hike the Dunes, appreciate their beauty

A few years ago, I took a class called Environmental Science. In the yearlong class, students learned how the region was formed. Later, the students learned about the formation of the Florida Keys.

March 31, 2014 12:00 am
YOUNG VOICES: Restructure corporate taxes to keep jobs here

YOUNG VOICES: Restructure corporate taxes to keep jobs here

What would you do if you were told you could save millions if you left for another country? Most would say, “What’s the catch?” For some corporations, the answer is “nothing.”

January 27, 2014 12:00 am
YOUNG VOICES: Latin America becoming economic powerhouse

YOUNG VOICES: Latin America becoming economic powerhouse

I was visiting a few weeks ago with a friend who had just gotten back from a two-month business trip in Latin America. We were speaking about how Latin American nations are truly growing. The discussion progressed to how they will become the new contenders of the world.

November 25, 2013 12:00 am
Phillip Arteaga

Phillip Arteaga

Phillip Arteaga, of Munster, is a sophomore at Purdue University Calumet.

October 06, 2013 12:00 am
YOUNG VOICES: Progress, but no cure yet, for Alzheimer's

YOUNG VOICES: Progress, but no cure yet, for Alzheimer's

Can you imagine waking up and not remembering your own son or daughter? Well, that was the case with both of my grandmothers. They had Alzheimer's, a neurological disease that affects the brain and causes those afflicted with it to slowly and increasingly forget.

August 05, 2013 11:20 am
YOUNG VOICES: Mali is another al-Qaeda battleground

YOUNG VOICES: Mali is another al-Qaeda battleground

Have you ever heard of the expression “out in Timbuktu”? In case you did not know, Timbuktu is a city in Mali, a former French colony, that has been in the news recently. March marked the third month of French military involvement in Mali.

April 01, 2013 12:00 am
YOUNG VOICES: Pressure on Iran could bring regime change

YOUNG VOICES: Pressure on Iran could bring regime change

Last week, as my family sat around our Thanksgiving meal, we spoke about the normal things; how the week had gone at work and at school. Later, after progressing through national elections, our conversation led to international issues, in particular, Iran’s economy and political problems res…

November 26, 2012 12:00 am
Phillip Arteaga

Phillip Arteaga

Phillip Arteaga of Munster is a freshman at Purdue University Calumet.

September 30, 2012 12:00 am
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