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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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Coronavirus Increases Black Market Sales

Wuhan, China, the place of origin for the world’s biggest battle: the coronavirus. No one paid enough attention, many were disheartened to hear the news but thought it’d blow off eventually, yet they were all wrong. Quickly and surprisingly, the virus spread, causing a global pandemic since viruses don’t discriminate.  …

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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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Switzerland makes Public Homophobia Illegal

On Sunday, February 9th, the Swiss government passed a law that was a win for the LGTBQ+ community. Public homophobia became an amendment to the anti-discrimination law, which previously didn’t protect members of the LGBTQ+ community. The law also prohibits any homophobic remarks to be said on TV, social media, …

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NeW YeArS rEsOlUtIoNs

@ooolivia After months of hard work, I’ve come to realize I’m not meant to make it big on Tik Tok. The alarms started ringing especially loud when my video with Coach James dabbing didn’t get hype. My new year’s resolution is to stop using the “make this go viral” hashtag …

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The Mr. Rogers Movie we Didn’t Know we Needed

“It’s funny, sometimes it’s hardest to forgive the ones we love,” Fred Rogers said. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, a film about the unexpected friendship of beloved children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and a hardened journalist, hits viewers hard with a simple yet emotional  opening scene about forgiveness. Just …

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The King: Even Royals have Fake Friends

November 1st brought the beginning of the holiday season, preparations for Black Friday, and the much anticipated film, The King, on Netflix. Directed by David Michod and producers/actors Joel Edgerton and Brad Pitt, this movie was one viewers couldn’t wait to be dropped on the streaming service.   This Shakespeare-adapted film …

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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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Unrest in Chile

Around the world there are multiple important protests occurring. Citizens in Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Iraq have all stepped up with criticisms of their respective governments. In South America, Chile is no different and is seemingly undergoing a revolution. The ongoing protests began on October 18 after a four percent …

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