On Sept. 20, the Category 5 Hurricane Maria touched down in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, leaving the entire U.S. territory without power. Government officials, celebrities and organizations are extending a hand to those affected by the devastation of the hurricane. Sometimes, as citizens, we can feel helpless when things like this happen, but here’s what others […]

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With the third — and thankfully last — presidential debate behind us, we are sure to be gifted with more hilarious “Saturday Night Live” parodies of the current circus that has become our 2016 election. While SNL’s humor has always been hit-or-miss, its political lampooning is always on point. Here are some of SNL’s best […]

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1. Eagerly waiting for the debate to start. If you’re not watching this go down on Twitter or POLITICO, I would highly recommend checking it out. Never in my life have I been more amused by the banter and propaganda their parties are posting for them as they debate. The only thing better than watching […]

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Hillary Clinton, the last rational politician in this country, won a decisive victory in Nevada Saturday over Bernie Sanders, the political equivalent of a guy who leads you on for two months with lots of promises but then ghosts just as things get serious (I’m not projecting at all). Just two days prior, Hillary had […]

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Last Sunday, Queen Hillary Rodham Clinton announced what we all have been waiting for: she is officially running for president in 2016. After writing a post about Clinton’s political prowess and what I thought we could expect from her as the election draws closer, I started to think about Clinton’s evolution from first lady to […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Let’s picture a scenario: you go out to the mall with a friend to have a day of shopping. While you’re there, you decide to go to a makeup store to try on various eye-shadows and eyeliners. You and your friend see the perfect shade of lipstick, but, upon […]

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