Katy Steinmetz columns
Parents and teens don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to social networking sites such as Facebook because both have had very different experiences with the Internet.
Sexual awareness programs have good intentions, but initiatives such as free condoms in residence halls are much more realistic programs.
While one dog has become a national hero, it is the story of another that deserves all the praise.
Subtle changes to diet over time will work much better than changing a child's eating habits all at once.
While advances in technology have altered the way we perceive art and information, one has to question whether we are being aided, enthralled or simply over-stimulated.
Using foreign words and accents will likely alienate those around you.
A new study suggests that men feel more self-conscious when confronted with a gorgeous woman than a handsome gent because of men's "strict" standards of appearance.
When it comes to Christians and their faith, actions should be taken at face value, regardless of the validity of their beliefs.
The most recent statistics suggest the number of Americans with passports is much higher than assumed. For the average American, traveling abroad is not nearly so feasible, economically or logically.