If you’re tired of the same old trail mix and chips, Whole Foods has you covered. On top of its already varied and original stock of organic snacks, the supermarket has just announced its new partnership with Grub — an edible insect company. Starting in late December, Whole Foods will be selling Grub’s seasoned roasted […]

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When quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson announced he was conducting his relationship with singer Ciara “Jesus’ way,” he joined a long history of sports-related abstinence. Although celibacy and athletics may seem unrelated, sex prior to game day has long received attention for how it affects male aggression and testosterone levels. In the case […]

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Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and chief executive of Facebook, announced Tuesday, otherwise known as Giving Tuesday, that he would donate 99 percent of his Facebook shares to charity over the course of his lifetime. Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, made this announcement public via an open letter to their newly born daughter, Max. These […]

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Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur” premiered in theaters on Nov. 25. Although this film, like all of Pixar’s other films, features a white male lead, the short playing before it has proven to be groundbreaking. “Sanjay’s Super Team” features Pixar’s first non-white lead character, and non-white lead voice actor. The short is a true story based […]

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There is no doubt that China’s ascendant economy has produced new millionaires and billionaires who are looking to invest their money for the long term. Increasingly, this group of rich Chinese investors is turning to real estate in America to diversify their holding and secure spots at American schools and universities for their children, all […]

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After releasing a lip-kit that sold out in under a minute, Kylie Jenner has come under fire once again for offending a community that is majorly unrepresented in the fashion industry. Interview Magazine’s Dec. 2015 issue features Jenner posing in a wheelchair, bound by leather and wearing a dominatrix-esque outfit. Critics have slammed Interview for […]

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When journalists cover a story, they want their writing to have an impact. They want their audience to have a strong reaction and, even more importantly, they want this reaction to be authentic. For Nonny de la Peña, a combination of journalism and virtual reality pulled what were, according to her, “intense, authentic reactions” from […]

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I remember the day Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” dropped. Actually, I remember exactly where I was — even what I was doing. I was tucked in one of Warren dining hall’s many dusty corners, picking at a dry piece of chicken. That album became my anthem for the remaining few months of the […]

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The holiday season is here filled with seasonal drinks, pastries and lights. We are finally able to listen to Christmas music without being judged and can pull out that ugly sweater from the ‘80s. With this season, however, comes gifting. We are participating in Secret Santa groups and trying to find the perfect gifts for […]

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Prefacing a description of a 2016 presidential candidate’s latest claim with, “despite lack of evidence,” is not exactly the ideal way to start. Donald Trump is by now the most commercial candidate in the race for the Republican nomination, but what are his tactics for gaining support? Lies. Slander and bigotry have won Trump the […]

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