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The Stepford Wives Enter the Workplace

Ernst & Young, a major accounting firm, seems to have taken a page out of The Stepford Wives book and interpreted it completely wrong. The satirical thriller,  written by Ira Levin, points out the gross expectations of men and women. This is expertly done with the alarmingly submissive wives featured, …

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Is Facebook Letting Politicians Lie?

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has recently testified in front of the Senate, due to the announcement of a new, possibly  illicit, policy, that could potentially affect the results of the 2020 presidential election and the Brexit campaign.  Facebook announced it would refrain from fact-checking political speech on the site, which includes …

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The Tech World Meets Education

Technology in this day and age affects all aspects of our lives, and recently, our educational system has been making the digital transition as well. This has its advantages, but its consequences could weigh out the conveniences. In a survey conducted on teachers by Pew Internet Project, nearly 90 percent …

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The Truth About Performance Enhancing Drugs

Steroids- to the average person, the word conjures images of massive, almost inhuman-looking bodybuilders, bulging muscles, and swollen veins. However, unbeknownst to many, the use of performance-enhancing drugs in both the entertainment and athletic industries is a damaging and deceptive secret. The fact of the matter is, in terms of …

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Let Santa be Thankful

As soon as the spooky Halloween season draws to a close, the masses of America put away their pumpkins and devote their time to finding the most delicious cookie recipe, the perfect gift, and the tree that fits them best.  With the most popular December holiday, Christmas, still over fifty …

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Pet Cloning Pro: Nature Permits

Since Dolly the cloned sheep’s 1996 debut to the world, the practice of animal cloning has become increasingly popular, although still largely unregulated, as scientists look to find ways to replicate the living.  Cloning appears to be something straight out of Jurassic Park. There are essentially two sides to the argument. …

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The Cons of Copycats

With the onset of animal cloning as early as 1996, global citizens have remained fascinated with the scientific and moral implications. Now in 2019, China is taking the first step towards feasible genetic cloning-for roughly 35,000 to 50,000 dollars, according to the New York Times.  That’s a little out of …

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Kurbo: the weight loss app for kids

Over the years, childhood obesity has been an epidemic of growing concern. According to the CDC, the prevalence of obesity in children and adolescents (ages 2-19) was 18.5%, affecting approximately 13.7 million individuals in the US.  Many programs hope to combat the rise of obesity in America, including Kurbo, a …

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