Patty Jenkins made history this summer when she became the first woman to direct a superhero movie. But women have been making a splash in the independent film world for quite some time. Here are six films directed by women that are perfect to watch on a chilly fall day — all you need is […]

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New Delhi has always stood tall as the capital of India. Complete with modern architecture, well-built roads and manicured gardens, the city exemplifies this progressive and culturally driven country to a T. However, all that glitters is not gold. New Delhi has been facing some troubles that cannot be excused. New Delhi is the most […]

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In today’s world of mass media, we are treated to views of the mess of the 2016 presidential election, new revamps of old, beloved TV shows and new, exciting products that promise to shed those pesky pounds that just don’t seem to come off. However, we are often forgetful of the problem that rules the […]

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George and Amal Clooney met German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday to talk about the refugee crisis, according to The Guardian. They commended her for Germany’s stance on the issues and spoke about ways in which the world can become more proactive regarding this issue. It was a positive meeting and when I read about it, […]

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A Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie sounds like a sad, pitiful meal, but that may be your Thanksgiving this year if you can’t get your hands on some canned pumpkin. That’s because there is a strong possibility of a canned pumpkin shortage this Thanksgiving. Once again, thanks, global warming. Morton, Illinois, a town that inexplicably produces […]

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