Apple never fails to evolve and lure in millennials, making itself a more relatable brand by the minute. The new and improved plethora of iOS emojis are not only more lit than our Friday nights, but now they also promote gender equality. Apple has taken a politically correct step by adding gender-fluid professions to its […]

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Disclaimer: This blog is microwave safe Welcome to upperclassman life! You no longer have to subsist on mac and cheese or mundane dining hall food to fuel your way through the school year. Having powered through my own dorm days, which included a lot of unhappy microwave disasters, I compiled some of the best tried-and-true recipes […]

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A high school in Auckland, New Zealand recently faced some severe social media bashing at the hands of a group of high school girls who felt wronged and objectified by the norms instilled by their principal, Mike Purcell. The female students at Henderson High were asked to wear their uniform skirts below knee length with […]

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Starbucks, the leading American coffee chain, is looking to offer its customers something more than just the taste of its freshly brewed coffee and never-ending lines. It is taking the experience to the next level, engaging not just our sense of taste but also sight, smell and touch. Starbucks is all set to open its […]

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Chipotle Mexican Grill hinted Wednesday that it’s going to try its hand at the hamburger-making sector of the food industry in the United States, according to USA TODAY. This, by the way, is pretty huge. Having suffered a hard blow due to the surprisingly long-lived and damaging food safety concerns including E. coli, salmonella and […]

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Microsoft suffered some serious embarrassment shortly after launching its new experiment, Tay the teen chatbot, Thursday. Tay, the embodiment of a teenage girl, was an experiment aimed at reaching out to millennials by way of creating a robot that talked like they did. Users could interact with Tay on Kik, GroupMe and Twitter. While the concept was […]

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The pop art movement gained momentum in the mid-1950s and lasted a short while until the end of the 1970s. Given our fascination with bringing things back from the past, like hot pants and peace signs, it makes sense to see the movement reappear. Pop art thrives on the concept of commercializing and selling what […]

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It is that time of the year when vibrant bikinis appear in wardrobes of dark clothing and shorts are dug out from beneath the heaps of sweaters and mufflers. It is the time when hitting the gym seems more important than spending hours at the library, and smoothies start replacing the usual go-to order at […]

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With changing times and rapidly increasing technological development, people are quickly forgetting that they, and their fellow inhabitants of the world, are still humans. We are dehumanizing ourselves, and first lady Michelle Obama is not OK with it. Let’s talk about depression. I can almost visualize a bunch of you sighing in your heads, thinking this is […]

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A group of concerned and angered Parisians took it upon themselves to use the symbolic holiday of Valentine’s Day to petition the removal of the famous love locks from all the bridges in Paris for the third year in a row, according to Mashable. The practice of locking padlocks to Parisian bridges in the name […]

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