By Michelle Tian Alright, guys, get ready for the most Gen Z blog post you’ll ever read in your life.  When TikTok first gained popularity in February, I wanted to be like those “cool kids” and hop on the bandwagon of completely dissing the app. I hadn’t heard a single thing about it that would […]

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By Emma Sánchez It’s no surprise streaming services and social media outlets have been churning out reruns of early 2000s and 2010s TV shows as of late.  “Victorious” became available on Netflix in late 2019 and “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” another Nickelodeon show, was added to the platform this spring.  Both of these shows, along […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian There are two more weeks until freshman year is over. It’s really weird that I can say that. I still remember being a sophomore in high school and dreaming about going to college. Every time I thought about it, I was just overwhelmed with excitement. They all say it’s the best […]

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All things considered, I think the 2016 election has really taught us something. By this, I mean that for the majority of us, death doesn’t seem so bad anymore. OK, I’m just kidding. With around two weeks left (though when I asked my parents how long we had until election day, my dad deadpanned: “an […]

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I first began to hear the excited, hockey-related chatter weeks ago. Some were reminiscing about previous seasons and what they hoped would occur during this one. Others simply counted down the days until the puck dropped. The time was soon upon us and as I watched the hype grow exponentially, I wanted a piece of […]

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On Oct. 19, Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau, 43, beat out nine-year conservative incumbent Stephen Harper for the coveted position of Canadian prime minister.  The landslide victory confirmed the notion that the majority of Canadian citizens desire a fresh perspective on governmental policy and implementation within the country. This was the foundation on which […]

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