Arabella Breck

Arabella Breck
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Arabella Breck is studying at Columbia College majoring in journalism. She works as the Managing Editor of the Columbia Chronicle.

The Battle for Women’s Reproductive Rights in Ireland

In 1975 at the First International Women’s Conference, it was recognized by the international community that it is a human right to have access to and education on reproductive health choices and that poor access to reproductive health services impedes the human rights of women. Today, women are still fighting for those human rights to be recognized, especially when it...

Danger of Pharmaceuticals in Chicago’s Water Supply

 “Salmon in Puget Sound would not pass a drug test,” said Debora Shore, a commissioner with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, which operates seven wastewater treatment plants around Cook County. From Puget Sound to Chicago’s North Shore Channel, fish and other aquatic life have become victim to water contamination including contamination from improperly disposed pharmaceuticals, Shore said. The Flint water...

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