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Last Minute Ideas for Valentine’s Day: Chicago Edition

February 14th, 2018

Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to go out and celebrate it with a significant other, your loved ones, friends, or even by yourself. If you do intend to celebrate it, there’s plenty of things you could do! Chicago is a place of endless opportunities, so it makes for a…
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From the Heroes Themselves: The 15:17 to Paris (2018) Movie Review

February 14th, 2018

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! A day dedicated to the international celebration of love, full of romantic dates, bouquets of roses, cuddling on the couch with rom-com movies, and being with that special someone in your life. Or, if you’re single like me, it’s probably just a normal Wednesday for you….
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Interview with Meggie Royer: Poet, Survivor, & Advocate.

February 14th, 2018

Meggie Royer, 23, is a photographer and author of poetry collections known as “Survival Songs”, “The No You Never Listened to”, and “Healing Old Wounds with New Stitches”. Royer is vocal through her poetry about heavy topics like sexual assault, mental illness, and domestic abuse. She has worked as a…
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The Other America: Prospers Divided

February 7th, 2018

America, as a realm, prospers divided. From its conception and its conceivement, its prosperity has been askew. Where its triumph derived from capitalism, its poverty derived too. There is an America which breathes beneath the poster of our boasts. Despairingly it lives in contrast to the other. Only to perpetuate…
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Opinions

The Olympics Aren’t All Fun and Games

February 14th, 2018

In honor of the winter Olympics, a camaraderie-building world-wide event, lots of promotion in favor of the games is broadcasted. However, there are a lot of cons to the Olympics that are not widely known. The Olympics are often thought to boost the economy in the country and city in…
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Conscious Consumer: Antibiotics

February 14th, 2018

The development of antibiotics in the early 20th century was arguably one of the most important medical developments in modern medicine. Almost a hundred years later, antimicrobial products are everywhere – soaps, sprays, sponges, toothpastes, textiles, and even used in the production of our food. There are so many anti-what-have-yous…
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To Gerrymander is to Pander

February 14th, 2018

In the past few weeks in Pennsylvania, a GOP lawmaker, Chris Dush, requested that judges of the state’s Supreme Court be impeached in reaction to an order that new congressional maps be drawn. Dush is one of many people who uses gerrymandering to boost the amount of their party’s seats…
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YouTube: The Problem of Sensationalism Versus Quality Content

February 14th, 2018

When YouTube first debuted on the Internet in early 2005, the video-sharing website was one of the first of its kind. The only other site similar was metacafe which was founded in July of 2003. Another video sharing website, Dailymotion, was founded a month after YouTube. It is fair to…
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