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The NFL’s Privilege Shines Through Recent Ad

On August 26th, 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem for the first time. Kaepernick began his peaceful protest against the police brutality faced by African Americans in a manner that was guaranteed attention, something that was essential for his protest. This very …

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Solving a 126-Dimensional Mystery

As Astrophysicist Neil Degrass Tyson once said, the universe has no obligation to make sense to humans. The chemists that just finally revealed the complex and multidimensional electronic structure of Benzene, can attest to this. It took 200 years after Michael Faraday discovered the molecule for the world’s brightest minds …

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The DNC’s Newest Darling

On February 29th, following his win in South Carolina, former Vice President Joe Biden solidified himself as the Democratic establishment’s darling candidate for the 2020 nomination.  In the run-up to South Carolina, the Democratic National Convention (DNC) flirted with other moderate options beyond the seemingly senile Mr. Biden. They looked …

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Redefining Full Time Work

“It is high time to rid ourselves of the notion that leisure for workmen is either lost time or a class privilege,” said Henry Ford, American founder of Ford motor company. Ford revolutionized the workforce by scaling back working hours and paying his employees generous sums, resulting in greater production. …

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The Racism Outbreak

Because of the recent coronavirus outbreak, the Asian population  of the world is facing discrimination for their connection to the disease. The coronavirus (COVID-19) originated in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Scientists searching for a cure have reported that the disease is expected to wipe out 2% of those infected. …

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Is Bryant’s Legacy Controversial?

Written by Staff Writer Ro’aa Alkhawaja CBS reporter Gayle King is currently under fire for comments made regarding NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s 2003 rape case in an interview with friend of Bryant and former WNBA player, Lisa Leslie. Kobe Bryant, father of five and husband of Vanessa Laine Bryant, died …

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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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