by: Ben Lahmann, Riley Suszkiw, and Aidan Vogts
In the week leading up to Glenelg’s prom on April 30, the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club planned a schedule of anti-drunk-driving activities to deter students from drunk driving, as well as other destructive actions.
By: Allie Kang
Cerebellar hypoplasia (CH) is a condition that impacts both humans and animals from birth and is caused by the deformation or the absence of the cerebellum in the brain. Primarily focusing on the presence of cerebellar hypoplasia in dogs, the limited experience surrounding this condition has resulted in a narrow selection of accessible resources that work to cover the potential etiology, the study as to why developmental failures may occur in the first place, as well as detailed research revolving around the overall complications and prognosis of this neurological disorder. Nevertheless, even as the frequency of this condition remains relatively low, the observations surrounding the effects on life are just as important as those of other commonly known disorders.