By Danny McCarthy, Staff [email protected] Hello! Welcome to the Countdown, where we discuss some of the things that happened this week in Pop Culture! Are you excited? Of course you are! Let’s get down to business! 6. Us Weekly is accused of photoshopping a picture of baby Prince George: I can’t believe that this is […]

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By Emily Overholt, Staff [email protected] So here we are folks. One full semester of InBiz back in action. Are you proud? I’m proud. I thought for my final blog I’d take a stroll down memory lane with you through my weird business-like rants. 1. I talked about skipping class and what it costs you for […]

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By Katrina Uy, Staff [email protected] Last week, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) shut down a troop in Seattle for refusing to get rid of its scoutmaster, Geoff McGrath, who is openly gay. Pack and Troop 98 are sponsored by the Rainier Beach United Methodist Church. In late March, upon discovering McGrath’s sexuality, the BSA demanded […]

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By Ann Singer, Staff [email protected] What do you get when you put together two good-looking athletes and a rendition of a “Frozen”song? Over one million views on YouTube of course! Matt Kilby and Brad Borosak, both US Navy baseball players, released a video of them lip-syncing to the song “Love is an Open Door,” which has gone […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff [email protected] “Text me when you get home,” is a phrase that we often give and receive when we part with friends and family at the end of a night.  I’ve used it, you’ve used it, everyone’s used it.  But most people forget to follow up once they do actually get home […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff [email protected] Nine students at New York University recently banded together to form the “I, too, am NYU” project. The organization’s goal is to bring a voice to the campus’ many racial minority groups and illuminate the discrimination that such students frequently face. The inspiration for the project originated from similar actions […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff [email protected] The goal to bring Edgar Allen Poe back to Boston has finally been reached! The Edgar Allan Poe Foundation of Boston has been raising funds to install Stefanie Rocknak’s Poe Returning to Boston statue, and they finally reached their goal last month. Rocknak’s statue, chosen from 265 different proposals, shows […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff [email protected]_katz Unlike their picante cousin the jalapeno, bell peppers are a mild, sweet pepper that are used widely in savory dishes. These green, red, yellow and orange veggies are crunchy and delicious, making them the perfect raw snack to munch on or use as a base for another dish. Bell peppers are […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff [email protected] This past Monday marked the 15th anniversary of the shootings that took place in Littleton, Colorado at Columbine High School. Two high school students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, opened fire on their school, killing twelve people and wounding over twenty. They then committed suicide in the school, leaving the […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff [email protected] When I took my core classes at the beginning of my college career, I pulled all nighters studying for my exams for days at a time. I made immense study guides, until my TA told me that my 32-page guide was equivalent to a grad student’s. My memorization isn’t the […]

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