Every year, a majority of Americans make their New Year’s resolution to eat healthy and go to the gym. In reality, we know our resolutions last about a month until life gets a little bit stressful and someone puts a piece of chocolate cake in front of your face at dinner. Health reporter Julie Beck […]

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Starbucks’ recent change in its reward system didn’t sit well with a lot of consumers. But before we decide to write Starbucks off as a corporate chain focused solely on turning a profit, it’s important that we consider more recent decisions. On Tuesday, Starbucks announced FoodShare, a program to start donating all of its leftover […]

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During the winter 2015 season, the fashion world displayed a bit of bedroom behavior as it sent hazy-eyed models down the runway in silk pajamas with loose silhouettes. Fast forward one year, and it’s all varsity blues with letterman jackets and subtle skin with the continued obsession of off-the-shoulder pieces. Regardless of the new and […]

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Marco Flores, 17, was sentenced to prison for 15 years in 2011 for the manslaughter of Jaime Galdamez, a 31-year-old cook. Now, 22, Flores is appealing for an early release, according to The Boston Globe. It was Galdamez’ victimization of Flores that triggered the murder. Galdamez had sexually and emotionally abused Flores since he was […]

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The Instagram world welcomed a new user Saturday whose status could only be described as one of godlike proportion. Pope Francis, the current pope of the Roman Catholic Church, blessed the masses by creating an account on the popular social media site that, to date, features nine photos and two videos. Although @Franciscus has only […]

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In yet another win for Disney, the company’s latest animated film, “Zootopia,” won the domestic box office record once again last weekend for the third consecutive week with a terrific $38 million. It’s hit $600 million at the global box office, giving Disney its biggest animated hit since the tidal wave that was “Frozen.” The […]

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President Barack Obama made an historic visit to Cuba on Sunday. This visit is very prominent, as he is the first U.S. president to step foot on the island since 1959, the BBC reported. This is a representation of a new era of Cuban-American relations. This visit also signified a major change in U.S. foreign […]

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Georgia’s legislature approved a bill, called HB 757, which allows faith-based organizations to deny services and make employment decisions based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” according to The Washington Post. The bill has measures to protect religious leaders from being required to perform same-sex marriages and individuals from being forced to go to these […]

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Human beings are said to differ from animals because we possess logos, also known as the rational faculty that allows us to make decisions. Throughout the years, the world has witnessed a fierce array of philosophers who argued our superiority and our greatness due to our intellectual capacity: We are capable of understanding, of reasoning and […]

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