You know when your grandmother texts you a cringe-worthy “swag” in an attempt to be relatable? That is exactly what Mike Huckabee has done. Huckabee’s campaign released a video Wednesday parodying Adele’s “Hello” in an attempt to win over votes shortly before Monday’s Iowa Caucuses. Considering he had only 4 percent of the Republican vote […]

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The Academy Awards are a big deal. The Academy Awards have always been a big deal in a most-prestigious-awards-show kind of way. The Academy Awards have been a big deal for 88 years for their prestige, their class and the fact that they are the world’s oldest entertainment awards ceremony. It now seems, however, that […]

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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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Vegan News recognized America’s first school to go completely vegan on Wednesday. The MUSE School is a private school in California (shocker). Spanning from preschool to 12th grade, the MUSE School has long been dedicated to environmental sustainability. Their students learn the detailed technology behind solar-powered energy, and now, with the transition to a plant-based […]

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In honor of the Halloween season and all of its sticky glory, Target has come out with a new app to enhance the trick-or-treating experience. That’s right: the megastore with the bathing suits out at every season and the $1 section that could make a grown man squeal is now reaching out into the holiday […]

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Scattered along the bulletin boards of Boston University’s College of Fine Arts (and many other buildings, I assume) are flyers with smiling, clean young women and some fat-cheeked babies. These photoshopped creatures have appeared on the BU cork boards to ask for donations from the contents of each female passerby’s uterus. Compensation for this egg […]

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On Oct. 9, the human race celebrated. Friday marked World Post Day — I hope you sent some mail. And, perhaps most excitingly, Friday marked Leif Erikson Day. I can literally hear Spongebob still quivering with excitement. However, the actual relevance of both everyone’s celebration and this article is that on Friday, Mercury ended its […]

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Established in 1991, the Forward Prizes for Poetry award three poets each year who extend the boundaries of modern poetry and have the capability to reach broad audiences. Last On Sept. 28, Jamaican poet and professor Claudia Rankine won the organization’s most prestigious Best Collection award for her modern poetic essay “Citizen.” Along with 10,000 […]

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