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The Gender Pay Gap in the Sports World

“Women earn less in America because they choose to.” – Fox News contributor, Gavin McInnes (Just for the record, I felt like I needed to take a shower after typing that out.) Last year, the […]

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A Review of “The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo” by a Girl with an Ass Tattoo

Being an unapologetic, slightly offensive and loud female is often characterized as the quirky best friend in any movie or TV show. However, Amy Schumer has taken these qualities, wrapped them up in an explosive […]

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Can We Separate Art from its Artist?

  Last week, I read an article discussing Nate Parker’s upcoming film “The Birth of a Nation” and the recent controversy that has surrounded the film due to its writer. Parker, the star, writer, director, […]

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I Lived With My Significant Other For a Summer: This Is What I Learned

My boyfriend and I have been dating for a little over 2 years and a half. Most of our relationship has been spent long distance, due to our different college locations, despite being from the […]

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Let the Media Distortion of the General Election Begin

The Presidential Election is coming in just a few months. In this time of excitement, amazement, and possible new beginnings, there is of course a question of increasing media involvement and possible distortion of what […]

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How Do We Categorize “Terrorists”?

A tragedy occurs. Lives are lost. The media and government rush to investigate and understand what they can. Analysis occurs. Government officials either deem it an act of terror, an act of hate, or an […]

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Why We Should Thank The People Who Broke Our Heart

Getting your heart broken sucks. Tremendously. It spans the spectrum of inability to drag ourselves out of bed-utter devastation to unbearable, cringeworthy proclamations to the entire bar about how your ex was a dick, or […]

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Sympathy is Absent When I Hear About Otto Warmbier

In April of this year, Otto Warmbier was detained in Pyongyang, North Korea and was charged with “acts of hostility towards the DPRK” and was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. I sympathize with […]

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WikiLeaks and The Uncensored Fight Against Our Government

This week WikiLeaks published over 1,000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server which pertain to the Iraq War. The whistleblowing site released these emails in the midst of the FBI wrapping up their investigation of the […]