The Mannequin Challenge is the latest internet craze, being labeled the new Ice Bucket Challenge. The concept is quite simple: people upload videos of themselves as though they’re frozen in time. This trend started last week and has taken social media by storm, with celebrities and influencers partaking with enthusiasm by pretending to be mannequins. […]

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On Thursday, I had the privilege of attending the INBOUND 2016 in South Boston. The convention was full of successful entrepreneurs, inspiring leaders and flourishing businesses. Not only did I have the honor of being among these incredible individuals, but I also was able to interact with some of them firsthand. Although this convention took […]

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This semester will be my first and last time in Boston since I’m an exchange student from South Korea. I currently take a lot of courses in the Metropolitan College with lots of other international students. At first, it was hard to become friends and get along with them. After a few months, I learned […]

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While I am pretty good at the beginning of the semester, as the weeks go by and we get deeper into the season, I slowly find myself swapping my skinny jeans for leggings and button-downs for sweaters. A mixture of athleticism and leisure, athleisure perfectly marries the two to create one harmonious sporty weekender look. […]

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I first began to hear the excited, hockey-related chatter weeks ago. Some were reminiscing about previous seasons and what they hoped would occur during this one. Others simply counted down the days until the puck dropped. The time was soon upon us and as I watched the hype grow exponentially, I wanted a piece of […]

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I begin each semester vowing to stay away from the dessert section of the dining hall, to eat healthy and to exercise on a regular basis. All of that motivation lasts about two weeks. Now in the final four weeks of the spring semester, here I am binging on anything remotely chocolate-based and coming up […]

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Five members of the United States women’s national soccer team — Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn and Hope Solo — brought a legal motion against the United States Soccer Federation Friday, alleging wage discrimination, espnW reported. This motion, filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a government agency that enforces federal employment […]

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The state of North Carolina has recently been featured a lot on nightly newscasts and in newspapers everywhere. The University of North Carolina fought its way through the March Madness tournament and rose to triumph after defeating numerous formidable teams like Indiana University and Notre Dame University. Players delivered excellent performances every single game. As people […]

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March is awesome in many aspects: spring break, Easter, major sneaker releases and the national phenomenon that made March famous, March Madness. In the beginning of March every year, virtually every publication posts some articles about tips and tricks (as if they actually work) to help get you the perfect bracket. According to a research […]

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