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A Summer in Fashion

October 21, 2016 10:54am | Louis Tambue

“This summer, I promise you all that I’ll be invited to New York Men’s Fashion Week” These were the words that I said to all of my friends last spring in a dimly lit room on a calm spring Sunday. Since the 7th grade, style […]

Save Yourself, Samsung

October 21, 2016 10:53am | Jinsoo Kim

Currently, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is a worldwide phenomenon that is bringing a lot of controversy and issues. There have been more than several situations where the phone has malfunctioned and essentially “blown up,” causing harm and unpredictable damage. Not only did the Galaxy Note […]

Rescinded Support for Trump

October 21, 2016 10:51am | Olivia Tucker

It is not news that comments made by Donald Trump have the potential to be highly inflammatory to the American public. Nonetheless, it is rare that said comments garner overt disapproval from American politicians. However reluctantly, many GOP leaders have endorsed Trump’s candidacy in the […]

Rio 2016: Worth It?

October 21, 2016 10:49am | Judy Liu

Even though the Rio Olympics ended two months ago, the discussion over the negative economic and social impacts Brazil has experienced is still going on. Over the summer, while audiences around the world were inundated with the good news of gold, silver and bronze medals […]

Highlights from Both Presidential Debates

October 21, 2016 10:47am | Eloise McNair

There is no doubt in the minds of the American people that this is the most controversial and highly publicized election in American history. It has been an election where the two candidates, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, have spent more time attempting […]

Outlining Policies Across the Aisle

October 21, 2016 10:43am | Camden Alford

An Outline of Candidates Policies, Camden Alford   The Presidential candidates both said a lot in their recent debates; however, like many of my peers, I finished watching these debates wondering what, exactly, were the real policies of the candidates. Through all the banter and […]

Kim’s Kash: You Should Kare

October 21, 2016 10:41am | Salina Tsegai & John Woodward

The news has been overrun by the most trivial of topics today, such as Donald Trump’s depressing excuse for hair and Hillary’s slightly concerning obsession with pant suits. As if we millennials care about bipartisan politics and who’s going to be running our country for […]

She’s A Human (Leave Kim Alone)

October 21, 2016 10:39am | Mady Hand & Salina Tsegai

The Kim Kardashian Robbery has garnered publicity in a way that no one would have expected. Instead of headlines that sympathized with the frightened star, whose life seemed to flash before her very eyes as masked gunmen tied her up and held her at gunpoint, […]