A new Rihanna album used to be an annual November event, like Thanksgiving fights with your racist family members. From 2005 to 2012, the Barbadian beauty pumped out seven studio albums, a neck-breaking pace for a pop star. After a long hiatus, her comeback album, “Anti,” has had one of the most frustrating and messy […]

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Thanksgiving break has unfortunately come to an end, and we’re all in the home stretch of the semester now. With the weekend behind us, the much-awaited events of Black Friday and Cyber Monday are, too. While Thanksgiving Day is spent giving thanks, Black Friday tends to completely reverse the sentiments of Thanksgiving. With all the […]

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Nanae Munemasa, a 17-year-old girl from Japan, has struggled with bullying since elementary school. Munemasa describes her first experience of being bullied as a physical one, with her perpetrators slapping her in the girls’ bathroom. She goes on to describe how the boys in her class would beat her with brooms when they were supposed […]

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In the past decade or so, space exploration has become increasingly privatized. At NASA, the emphasis has been on developing the capabilities of private companies to launch astronauts to the International Space Station and complete resupply missions. As one could imagine, such operations have proven difficult to set up and companies such as Elon Musk’s […]

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