By Emma Simonoff Hungry Hungry Hippos is a classic American board game. Although I don’t remember playing it myself, I remember the Tanners playing it on “Full House,” so it was a big part of my childhood. Hungry Hungry Hippos strongly embodies the American hard-working spirit. The game brings families together to prepare children for […]

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By Maya Mabern Last week, I went down the rabbit hole of recommended videos on YouTube and spent about two hours feeling nostalgic for an era I never experienced: the heyday of “Soul Train.” The show, which ran from 1971 to 2006, brought Black culture to mainstream America and changed the landscape of music and […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Last week, comedian John Mulaney hosted “Saturday Night Live” for the fourth time. In his opening monologue, Mulaney announced the country would be voting in an “elderly man contest” Tuesday and that those eligible would have the chance to pick their favorite of the two choices. I participated in this contest, but […]

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By Peter Colaner I’ve officially begun studying for the LSAT.  Having now jumped into the LSAT waters, I am sensing that it will be similar to navigating the Mariana Trench: filled with pressure, but when overcome, will open up depths within myself that I never knew I had.  Considering this is the beginning of my […]

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By Katherine Wright All of the Santa-shaped chocolates flooding the stores — before Thanksgiving — have led to a premature holiday spirit and I’m all for it. Any excuse for putting up pretty lights and watching endless repetitions of the Grinch.  However, when you think “Grinch,” you generally think of hatefulness, bitterness, isolation and thievery […]

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Every woman has the right to be beautiful and gorgeous. Some women find that confidence in makeup. Korean makeup brands are not as famous as European or American companies, but many South Korean beauty products are cheaper and higher quality. South Korean makeup brands specialize in making products for all races, so anyone can easily […]

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By Claudia Pascual As a Hillary Clinton supporter, I ask myself not what she can do for this country, but who will join her to govern the country. Hillary alone cannot change America: it takes a team to decide and shape its norms and future values. I hope she chooses a team of powerful women […]

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“There are two types of people in this world. People who hate clowns … and clowns” – Bobby Pendragon According to recent police reports, people in clown costumes have been targeting little children and lurking in the woods. The amount of clown sightings has exponentially exploded from a few to almost one a day. This […]

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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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When journalists cover a story, they want their writing to have an impact. They want their audience to have a strong reaction and, even more importantly, they want this reaction to be authentic. For Nonny de la Peña, a combination of journalism and virtual reality pulled what were, according to her, “intense, authentic reactions” from […]

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