If you’re tired of the same old trail mix and chips, Whole Foods has you covered. On top of its already varied and original stock of organic snacks, the supermarket has just announced its new partnership with Grub — an edible insect company. Starting in late December, Whole Foods will be selling Grub’s seasoned roasted […]

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I want to start this off with a word-association exercise that I have no doubt will yield unanimous results among readers: Chocolate > Sweet Bed > Sleep Israel-Palestine > Conflict Holocaust > Hitler (and horrible, and inhumane) There are some incidents in history that never cause a debate. It is undoubtedly agreed who was at […]

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There are six distinct American generations to date. The Greatest Generation consisted of the Americans grew up to fight World War II. Then there is the generation of the Baby Boomers. Generation X came after, followed by Generation Y and there is us, the largely discussed Millennials. Our age group has received a ton of criticism […]

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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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On Monday, NASA officially confirmed the existence of water on Mars. This has come as a shocking yet exciting moment for the astronomical and global community, as many thought exploring Mars was a hopeless effort despite years of doing so. All of this research stems from our want to discover life on other planets. We, […]

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Spring break is a time during which college students flock to warmer climates in search of alcohol, partying and very much needed rest and relaxation. It’s a time to have fun and go crazy. “Crazy” is definitely the appropriate word to describe the events that occur every year around this time. Every year, spring break […]

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As college students, any prospect of earning money is enticing for us, regardless of the amount. Well, hold your breath because Snapchat is offering undergraduates from Stanford University who are fresh out of school a sizable sum of $500,000 to work for them. Yes, you read that right. It’s hard to believe an application that […]

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During the first semester of my freshman year of college, I remember going to the hospital and being given a hospital gown. I had H. Pylori, a bacterial infection in the stomach that causes rapid weight loss, ulcers and can even lead to stomach cancer. The doctors did not know this at first, and I […]

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The title may sound like a joke, but CNN reporters recently discovered that it is easier than ever to buy orphaned children in Nigerian displacement camps. These children are either sold into prostitution, physical labor or are used by the terrorist group Boko Haram as suicide bombers. CNN correspondent Nima Elbagir went undercover and secretly […]

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The 2014–15 school year is shaping up to be one with the massive outbreak of stories about race. From night shootings to month-long protests and riots, things don’t seem to be looking up. On March 19, Austin, Texas Mayor Steve Adler told CNN he was outraged when police reported seeing stickers that state, “exclusively for […]

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