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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom: You Can Clone Dinosaurs But Not A Good Movie

For the sake of transparency, I’ll start this off by admitting that I really, really didn’t like the first Jurassic World. It ranks up there with Prometheus and Gigli as one of the worst movies I’ve seen. But, because I needed […]

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Juvenile Incarceration in America: Pt. 3

Many, many individuals before me have probably uttered the words “call to action” about the very topic this series has attempted to explore. So, to make mine somehow unique this call to action is not […]

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Juvenile Incarceration in America: Pt. 2

Continuing in this series, I would like to discuss the role of education both inside and outside the system of incarceration America has imbued its youthful potential with. But first, if you have not read […]

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7 Crazy Craigslist Jobs A Millennial Would Find in May 2018

What A Millennial Looking for a Job in NYC on Craigslist will find on May 2, 2018 Never thought you could tell my feet were Asian This is classic by now Some generous free internship […]

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U-Street: A Story of One Black Neighborhood In Gentrifying D.C.

Historically Black Neighborhood Being Stripped of its Soul, and What We Can Do about It As a New York transplant to DC, I knew very little about what the city used to like be before. […]

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What We Learned from Facebook This April

It feels like it was yesterday that we watched Mark Zuckerberg’s overly earnest eyes stare into the dozens of cameras as he was giving testimony in light of revelations that Cambridge Analytica used Facebook data […]

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Health Disparity: Race Gap in Nutrition

It’s no secret that America has a “food problem.” There’s always that person who will say, “no one made you eat so much.” And while personal accountability, of course, plays a role; as people do […]

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Is Korean Reunification Possible?

After a year or so Hiatus, your North Korean obsessed writer is back, And he is still perplexed by the Olympics. The PyeongChang Olympics went absolutely beautifully and is the most historically important Olympic Games […]

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Juvenile Incarceration in America: Pt. 1

What were you doing when you were 17? How about when you were 18? 19? 20? 21? Well, if you can answer these questions with some answer jumbled between college, and late nights doing a […]

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The Future of American Politics: What does this Kennedy mean?

Joseph P. Kennedy III. Alright, admit it. Before the Democrats State of the Union Response this name, other than the Kennedy part, probably didn’t send fireworks through your brain. However, it seems that this new […]

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The Media and Self-Discredit: Coffee, Anyone?

On this platform, articles have been written regarding the realities that our media faces. Nearly a year since those were written, it is time for a little assessment of the aftermath. A commentary on what […]

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The Reality of Physician Misconduct

We have all seen the stories. X physician dragged out of the clinic after coming into work intoxicated (and about to do surgery) or Y physician accused of sexually assaulting dozens of female athletes training […]

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My Rant About The 2018 Women’s March

“Hey! Ho! Trump has got to go,” hundreds, thousands screamed, hollered and chanted as they Marched this past Saturday in the streets of New York. As someone who is a part of several marginalized groups, […]

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The Fault in Our Silence: Aziz Ansari and the Need for Affirmative Consent

The internet is up in arms over Aziz Ansari and a bad date, or so that’s what many response pieces would have you think. An “exposé” published by Babe.net last Saturday has cropped up in […]

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What Do I Know About War

September is over and it’s been another month of the Trump presidency. As a twenty-Three year old, this is the first presidency I’ve really paid attention to. You’d probably assume it’s because it’s the first […]

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A Review For Hillary

Hillary Clinton’s book, “What Happened,” was published September 12, 2017 and critiques what went down during the campaign leading up to the 2016 presidential election. She writes of her experiences first-hand, going into great detail […]