The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was Nov. 10, but you probably already knew that with the constant coverage leading up to, during and after the event. And while I, like many, trolled the Internet looking at all the ridiculous costumes and intricate wings worn by the models, something caught my specific interest, and it wasn’t the […]

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You don’t have to be a wrestling fan to know John Cena. The rap song that he recorded in 2005 took over the Internet about a month ago with a series of viral Vines “and his name is John Cena!” This rapper, actor, entertainer, killing machine, popular meme and, most importantly, professional wrestler is rumored […]

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In the past couple of years, the concept of “binge-watching” or binge-anything is something that many people have become widely familiar with, as instant entertainment has become integrated into our modern society. As I, and many others, can attest, binge-watching in particular is a distressingly easy habit to fall into. I consider myself to be […]

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For all the attention that “Master of None” is getting, not much is being paid to the title. It is taken from a Beach House song of the same name, which seems to fit perfectly. Music seems a key device of “Master of None”, and while its soundtrack is full of obvious echoing of plot, […]

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Indonesia strikes again. Almost a year after President Joko Widodo passed a case blind death penalty law for all drug convicts, which hasn’t been working as well as he’d hoped, Widodo has announced a slightly more creative approach to his country’s ever-growing narcotics problem. The plan is to build a new prison exclusively for drug […]

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Looking to take a little vacation? Well, look no further. Getaway is a startup company that can help you do just that — literally. Make way, everyone, your smallest vacation is coming through. If you’ve never heard of the tiny house movement, it is a growing trend in which people say goodbye to their average […]

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When I saw Public School’s 2016 spring/summer collection, my first thoughts pertained to the colors, style and material of each of the pieces. Monochrome colors — masculine designs juxtaposed against flouncy silhouettes. To sum up Public School’s general aesthetic: street wear with a luxurious flair. Much like what I noticed with Public School, when I […]

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I am no stranger to religious conservatives. Many members of my family wholeheartedly choose to practice and develop spiritual identities according to different religious traditions, and I’m not simply equating this mindset with going to church every Sunday. Rather, they (similar to the majority of religious conservatives) choose to use the doctrines of the Bible […]

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It’s the talk of the town, for the left-wing at least: climate change. With all of its menacing effects so far (displacement of both wildlife and people in the Arctic region is just one downfall), we still have yet to hear the Republicans utter a word, except to denounce the existence of it, but will […]

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While Adele’s glorious return dominates the music landscape this fall, there some other major stories. Modern music’s only relevant boy band, One Direction, and pop music’s Veruca Salt, Justin Bieber, will both release their albums Friday — “Made in the A.M.” and “Purpose,” respectively. It’s the biggest chart showdown in recent pop history. Their fan […]

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