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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It’s that time of year again. The slightly crisp air begins to freeze, snow forecasts are in the near future and your neighbor already has Christmas decorations up. The transition from fall to winter hits us all hard. Besides the fact that you will no longer feel comfortable in a light fall jacket outside and […]

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Amid the controversy surrounding filmmaker Quentin Tarantino’s remarks at an anti-police-brutality rally in New York, it was announced Nov. 9 that a documentary about the first 21 years of Tarantino’s career is in the works. Director Tara Wood wants to cover Tarantino’s first 21 years in the film industry to “draw upon the idea that […]

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Monica Morin was a normal high school student. After her family relocated from suburban New Hampshire to a very small, rural town in southeastern Wyoming, Monica’s mood drastically changed. No longer was she the happy-go-lucky teen her mother described her as in New Hampshire. She had lost her passion for life, turning to alcohol and […]

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Saturday Night Live found itself in hot water recently after announcing Republican candidate Donald Trump would be hosting the show this coming Saturday. SNL is known for calling attention to certain controversial issues in the news, pointing out problems in the world that traditional news sources may not necessarily be pointing out. With the 2016 […]

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Trap music: what your grandpa refers to as the garbage young people listen to. When us “young people” hear the words, we most likely think of EDM or house music, or really anything that’s not sophisticated or classy. The word orchestra, however, carries a different connotation. With its sophisticated demeanor, orchestra music is generally reserved […]

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Most people can recall Sony’s email leaks last year, from Channing Tatum’s hilariously enthusiastic email regarding the success of “22 Jump Street” to more serious and embarrassing conversations involving Sony’s then co-chairman, Amy Pascal. However, the most shocking email leak was the revelation that the actresses in the film “American Hustle” did not receive the […]

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“Suffragette”, the upcoming film focused on the early feminist movement in America and Britain, has become a hot topic of conversation, especially in the Twittersphere. The stars of the movie, including Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan, Romola Garai and Anne-Marie Duff, put on a somewhat controversial photo shoot. They were photographed wearing shirts that said, “I’d […]

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Humans of New York, also known as HONY, has definitely made a name for itself. Surfacing in November 2010, photographer and founder Brandon Stanton started off by taking pictures of New York City dwellers, and including short snippets and quotes from their conversations. Stanton’s work has become a huge phenomenon, and rightly so. He finds […]

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