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Fighting Violence with Programs: The Importance of Preventative Measures

(Source: Rolling Stone) As many of you may know, I am a massive true-crime fan. I listen to true-crime podcasts, record Dateline every week, and I binge watched the entire series of “The People v. OJ” in three days. Ask … Continue reading

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“Nobody Knew that Healthcare Could Be So Complicated.”

(Source: Aristacg)  On Monday, the U.S. Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, introduced the Republican proposal to revise the Affordable Care Act. He explained the bill, called the American Health Care Act, in a snappy PowerPoint presentation later in the … Continue reading

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Selling Diversity

I am still bitter about the Super Bowl. I don’t want to talk about how the Falcons could have just made one more field goal to secure the win. I don’t want to talk about how excited and full of … Continue reading

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Nasty Woman? Eh, Women Have Heard it Before.

It was one of the most talked about moments of the 2016 Third Presidential Debate, when Donald Trump looked over from his lecturn and said that Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton was “Such a Nasty Woman.” Immediately the internet reacted: Be … Continue reading

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Can the Election Change your Beliefs? A Small Study on Presidential Politics and its Ability to Sway Opinions.

You’ve heard it. I’ve heard it. We’ve all heard it. “I don’t like either candidate.” Statistically, you probably feel it too. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, are historically disliked among voters. Both nominees have the highest “strongest unfavorable” and lowest … Continue reading

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