• The Karen Meme Has Lost All Meaning Due To Misuse

    The Karen meme has taken social media by storm for quite a while now. It’s been an effective way of shedding light and humor on a societal trope that required attention. The trope in question had always been difficult to define. It was an elusive enigma that we all interacted with at some point in […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Should We Still Believe All Women After The Amy Cooper Incident?

    It was a seemingly normal Monday morning in May at the New York Police Department when a call came into dispatch. A frantic woman was on the other line, pleading for help. “There is an African-American man, I am in Central Park, he is recording me and threatened myself and my dog!” she screamed into […]
    • by Nina Tseng
    • 1 Month ago
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  • How Trump Uses China’s Ancient ‘Art of War’ Strategies Against It

    In 2018, artist Kanye West shocked the world when he tweeted that he and US President Donald Trump were “brothers” who both had “dragon energy”. It seemed like a strange choice of words to use, but as time goes on it appears Mr. West’s intuition might have been better than what he was given credit […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Ranking The Best (And Worst) Sonic The Hedgehog Games

    Since his debut in 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog has sped into the lives and hearts of countless fans. The blue blur has come a long way since his very public rivalry with Mario in the Great Nintendo/Sega Console Wars of the 90s (now the two just compete in Olympic events). Some might say the hedgehog’s […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 4 Months ago
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  • Mental Health: How ‘Animal Crossing’ Helps Fans Cope With Anxiety

    Disclaimer: This article was not written by a mental health expert and should not be taken as advice for those suffering from depression or any other health-related issues. There is no alternative to proper mental healthcare for those in need. If you or someone you love is seeking mental health treatment, please seek local mental […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 5 Months ago
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  • The Fact-Checking Has Finally Caught Up To Elizabeth Warren

    While nearly every politician throughout history has had a malleable relationship with objective truth to some extent, none has managed to wiggle around the truth as often as Elizabeth Warren. This is a woman who early on made her career by misleading employers about her ethnic background, filling a paid position that would have otherwise […]
    • by Megan Yousif
    • 6 Months ago
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  • The Stark Contrast Between Obama and Trump’s Handling Of An Attack On Diplomatic Posts

    US personnel stationed at government facilities in Benghazi, Libya had felt a sense of unease as early as April 2012. By September of that year, four Americans, including Ambassador John Christopher “Chris” Stevens, were killed in an attack on their diplomatic post – essentially an embassy for all intents and purposes. Journal entries from the […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 6 Months ago
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  • The Dark Truth Behind AI Sentience

    Throughout the world, animal rights are being championed as laws are being passed to recognize many non-humans as legally sentient beings, albeit still without being subject to many of the laws humans are subjected to due to their inability to comprehend and follow most of our laws in the first place. Still, we acknowledge their […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 6 Months ago
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  • ‘The Mandalorian’ Is Strikingly Similar To ‘Goblin Slayer’

    The Mandalorian series has quickly carved itself a place in the zeitgeist of mainstream pop culture. It’s not just the Baby Yoda memes either, the show is an undeniable hit on its own merits. However, since the first episode and with each passing chapter I’ve noticed its undeniable roots in not only Star Wars mythology, […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 7 Months ago
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  • Simulation Theory and Intelligent Design: Are Creationists Owed an Apology?

    Controversy swirled around the state of Kansas back in 2005 when its State Board of Education decided to allow Intelligent Design to be taught as a possible theory for the origin of life in the universe along with evolution. The theory posited that the current understanding of how life is formed suggests that it is […]
    • by Nancy Chen
    • 10 Months ago
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