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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 […]

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Lessons From A Queen

If you ever want to live out a fantasy of breaking into spontaneous song and dance with a group of strangers, go to Boystown, Chicago. More specifically, go to Sidetrack, a self-proclaimed “behemoth gay club” […]

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SVCRED: Streetwear that transcends the material

Meet Thomas Clayton, founder and designer of SVCRED: a clothing line designed with all genders in mind. Inspired by art, photography and the true heart of EDM. “I like the idea of people as billboards […]

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The Importance of Being a Small Actor in Your Own Life

I’m not the kind of person who gets in trouble. I’ve never been grounded or given detention. I’ve never even been pulled over. But when I found myself in a meeting with my boss recently, […]

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Why You Need Samantha Bee

Are you tired of white male mediocrity monopolizing late night television? If so, my dear reader, then we have something in common already. If you’re over having news satire mansplained to you, you may want […]

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An Emerging Debate: Opioids as Antidepressants?

It might seem like a wild assertion, to use opioids as medication for anti-depressants, but it is a reality that we might collectively see sooner than later when it comes to combating a wide range […]

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No Justice No Pride: Explained

Capital Pride’s annual parade was blocked this year by a group known as No Justice No Pride. Like many others, when I heard about the protest, I assumed it was just another homophobic group demanding […]

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How and Why You Should Apologize Less: Sorry, Not Sorry

  I’ve always been a very apologetic person. My inclination to apologize is so immediate, I once said sorry to a coffee table after stubbing my toe on it. I wish I could tell you […]