Last weekend I went to the movies to see “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.” But when I left the theater, the banter between Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds wasn’t what was on my mind. I was more interested in the trailer I’d seen before the movie had started. The trailer was for a movie called “Marshall.” […]

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Spotify unveiled its largest outdoor advertising campaign ever on Sunday, with large, hand-painted ads going up in ten cities around the world. In New York, personalized billboards can be seen in different neighborhoods. One ad shows that Justin Bieber was the most popular artist in Williamsburg while The Weeknd was most popular in the East […]

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From the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling, to the growing awareness of police brutality, to the debate over cultural appropriation to the expanding impact of feminism, equality is a hot topic. But in these progressive conversations, one issue is being ignored altogether. North American education systems, though increasingly progressive and supportive of sex education, lack such […]

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In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a specific patent on gene testing for an isolated strand of DNA, which is thought to be linked to hereditary breast cancer. The invalidation of the patent, held by Myriad Genetics, meant that the company no longer had a monopoly on this method of cancer detection, and the […]

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So much has been happening in LGBT politics this past week that I think it’s time for a fabulous LGBT political news roundup. Why is it fabulous, you might ask? Because I’m writing it. This week, laws were made, laws were trashed and the notorious R.B.G expressed optimism about marriage equality. First off, Alabama is […]

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