The Normalization of Mass Shootings

Mass murder or “mass shooting”, is a problem that has been recurring in America loosely tied to issues such as gun control and mental illness. This isn’t an article about gun control, gun accessibility, xenophobia, or mental illness. This is an article about how America has allowed itself to become desensitized and apathetic to the issue of mass shootings.

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How #MeToo and Time's Up Shaped the 2018 Awards Season

Last year, Hollywood was changed by the allegations of sexual harassment and assault by women against Harvey Weinstein. These incidents that were brought to light were a turning point in American society in our recognition of sexual harassment in the workplace. Never before has the world seen so many recognizable celebrities speak up about facing harassment in the industry.

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Why Cook a Feast When You Can Get Someone Else To Do It For You?

Thanksgiving is considered to be one of America's biggest holidays. It’s an event of families congregating and enjoy each other's presence while being thankful over a feast of meats, vegetables, sauces and desserts. However, such a holiday isn’t without its problems.

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The Unicorn Frappucino: Why Did Anyone Buy It?
Starbucks unicorn frappuchino Credit: Starbucks

The Unicorn Frappucino: Why Did Anyone Buy It?

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - I’m sure you’ve seen those colorful, bright pink, blue, and purple Starbucks' drinks all over the Internet recently, and if you’re like me, you’re really sick…

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