Seven p.m. on a Tuesday rolls around. You’re tired, still have more than half of the week ahead of you and are hungry for dinner. You check the fridge and see that all you have is a half-eaten cup of soup and the end piece of bread in the otherwise empty bag. You check the […]

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Gone are the days when a meat lover, who was paradoxically also an animal lover, had to feel guilty after devouring an extra-rare steak. We are standing at the edge of a technological revolution in the food industry — laboratory-grown meat. Meat will soon be grown without harming any animals in the process. And that’s […]

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Our planet has a dark history of discriminating against minorities. Our ancestors did it, we continue to do so today and, sadly, it is very possible that the coming generations will find a new minority to continue this trend with. The tragedy is that discrimination is most definitely ingrained in our society. As children, discriminatory […]

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By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra You know how parents always tell you to never trust strangers and especially not to get in a car with one, even if they have candy or puppies?  Well, a new app called Shuddle lets parents schedule rides for their children. It sounds weird, but Shuddle has already been dubbed […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff Writer @jacobca1995 For those of you who text and drive, I have some advice for you: beware. In San Francisco, several local drivers were publicly humiliated when billboards were unveiled showing them on their phones while behind the wheel of their cars. The images were captured by a local graphic artist, […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis With Thanksgiving coming up next week, the holiday season is already in full gear. Kids all over the world are prepping their gift lists, attempting to be on their best behavior and asking their parents, “Is it Christmas yet?” Last week, the Make-A-Wish Foundation put many of us into the […]

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By Lindsey Cantey, Staff Writer Thanks to business-review sites like Yelp, every decision we make as consumers can be well-researched. These days, we, as consumers rarely need to buy a new product, visit a new restaurant, or plan a vacation to a new place without becoming acquainted first with the level of quality it possesses. This […]

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By Gregory Davis, Sports Editor @Greg_HD In a game that many will refer to as the “Blackout Bowl” for years to come, the Baltimore Ravens came just a few yards away from surrendering the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, but the San Francisco 49ers were unable to complete the job with a final score […]

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