Planned Parenthood made its virtual reality movie “Across the Line” accessible online. And it couldn’t have come at a better time, with the abortion debate hitting the floor of the Supreme Court, the 2016 presidential election candidates arguing about this every single day (see Donald Trump’s comments from last week) and the Food and Drug […]

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Ibtihaj Muhammad, a 30-year-old fencer on the United States Olympic team, has not won a medal or even competed yet, but her story is already making headlines and breaking records. Despite constant discrimination and external doubt because of her race and religion, Muhammad has stayed focused and is on her way to becoming the first […]

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By Meg DeMouth, MUSE Editor SXSW starts tomorrow. For those who don’t know, it’s an annual music and film festival in Austin, Texas. I don’t remember when, exactly, I realized that SXSW and ‘South by Southwest’ were one and the same, but I do remember wondering, at the time, whether the abbreviated moniker was brilliant […]

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