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  • Opinion > Entertainment / Celebrities
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    Taylor Swift’s love life is none of your business. It’s doesn’t matter if “Blank Space” or “Style” (or both) was dedicated to her affair with Harry Styles, either. If anything, that’s their business—emphasis on the two-person possessive adjective. We don’t need to dig up pict...
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    Up next is Economics. Economics clears his throat. Economics says hello everybody, good morning and how are you. Economics surprises us. Economics talks about the Arctic situation. Economics says research has gone on to look into the ice and gases trapped below in million-year-old ice, in order ...
  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
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    For the longest time, I wanted to be Aurora. Princess Aurora, or Briar Rose. She had long golden hair. She had these lovely violet eyes. She could sing (and to animals!). And best of all, she was woken from a deathly enchantment from a kiss, which led to true love, which unfortunately led to the...
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    When lost souls meet and music is made, there is bound to be magic. Girlfriend to rising singer-star Dave (Adam Levine), Greta (Keira Knightley) finds herself lost when he falls to temptations of success.  Exceutive record label producer Dan (Mark Ruffalo) loses hand in the company he co-created,...
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    Um, sis. I need to ask a serious question to you. C’mon, this English paper is due tomorrow. What is it? Sis, all the talk in Mrs. Finney’s class—about pollution—it scares me. Oh yeah? Yeah. It’s not really that bad, right? Well, it is really bad. I won’t lie to you. But wh...
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    I, the Pale Blue Dot, a home of intelligent life; I, the third child of the sun, I, this fearless voyager into the vast expanse of observable universe: I call you to action. From the hearth of my soaring canyons and mountains, you, my children, were born. You named yourselves human beings. Hom...
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    I’ll admit, the title seems like a paradox in itself. Science fiction is often supposed to be quite the opposite of realistic—as undoubtedly few of us will attain the experience of intergalactic battle or black hole But writers can only defy gravity so long (sorry, Elphaba) before discouragi...
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    The Grand Budapest Hotel, an elegant and enchanting ski resort, is run by concierge Monsieur Gustave. A devastatingly charming, self-professed man, he drags his new classic wide-eyed Lobby Boy Zero Moustafa into sheer chaos as the matter of intense wealth inheritance goes into question. And thus b...
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    Stirring all the great fairy tale stories into one grand musical event, Into the Woods follows their stories and as they slowly—and often hilariously—intertwine. Due to a once gorgeous Witch’s curse, the Baker and the Baker’s Wife are cursed to be without child. But she offers them a chanc...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    Sex is actually fine. I’m serious. It seems to have this profound latch on the happy part of our brain, and humans actually do need to reproduce. However, sex is also a supplement. It’s one of those bonuses, or buy-one-get-one-free extras when you make a purchase. Because when you truly fall...
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    Better known in France as “La Fille Du Puisatier,” The Well-Digger’s Daughter is a movie about a well-digger’s girl who falls in love with a dashing shopkeeper’s son, just as the Great War breaks out. Like a breath of fresh air, director (and starring actor) Dani...
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    Hannah Stern is an American-born Jewish girl wholly uninterested in the background and history of her culture. Her relatives have the same things to say every time, and she can’t find any meaning in all the Jewish holiday rituals she is forced to go through. But all of that changes during S...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    On this end, Winter Break has just begun! With a bang and a poof, Finals have finished and now most of us have a different problem on our mind: how to make Winter Break last. Long. So, combining the ultimate forces of my right and left brain, here is my guide to making this Winter Break feel ...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    It was strange for me to learn about the master-slave relationship in ancient times. Because of the environment I grew up in, the idea of existing simply to serve another is a little far-fetched. It seems like a thing that has only existed in the world’s distant past, and will stay there. Deva...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    In September of 2014, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel—famous American bioethicist—published in The Atlantic the article “Why I Hope to Die at 75.” In it, he very simply describes what the title suggests; he doesn’t want to live longer than 75 years old. Written almost simply and yet profoundly insig...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    Yes, yes, I know. We do this every day we pick up our pen and create art, us writers, artists, musicians, sculptors, painters, and so many more. But let’s think slightly more physically: what if you woke up in someone else’s body, not unlike A in Every Day by David Levithan? (And with that, ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    There is nothing more magical than a childhood summer. For Douglas Spaulding, that is precisely the case—and he can sense there is something else in the air when the summer of 1928 commences. He will undergo an unprecedented journey of shocking maturity as things in Green Town pick up, dance abo...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    Diseases come and diseases go; I can still remember the time my parents were so scared by the swine flu outburst. My sister and I got vaccines immediately when to be perfectly honest, I hadn’t even known the swine flu existed at the time. Today, it’s almost completely different an...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    Our lunch table is a circle, a bunch of old junior high friends who had stuck together through the luck of schedules. Two of the boys there happen to be ethnically Indian, and were musing to each other one day. “There’s so many freaking Indians in this school,” one said. “Yeah,” agre...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    Last year in 8th grade, I had the grand notion that, hey, I might as well take AP World History in freshman year of high school (I mean, why not?). Boy. That got interesting the moment I stepped into the classroom the first day of school. The rigor swept me away—I’d usually been p...
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    Although the Loki and Chitauri threat are banished from Planet Earth, S.H.I.E.L.D. is far from off its toes. And as Steve Rogers tries to adapt to the world he once knew, S.H.I.E.L.D. has some big plans to change it. No one is who it seems as Rogers finds out H.Y.D.R.A. has actually not been dest...
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    “Feminism has become synonymous with man-hating,” says Emma Watson in her speech to the U.N. Council, promoting the new campaign HeForShe, “and that has to stop.” Our former Harry Potter star (and now Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women) points to a painstaking truth. As ...
  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
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    2015 is unremarkably the Year of the Sequel. Not because the world decided 2014 needed to be recognized with a little brother, but because every film planned. Is. A. Sequel. Star Wars has been picked back up again by the Disney franchise for a whole new trilogy. The bellas return in “Pi...
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    It’s really another day in the life of charming ruffian-thief Peter Quill, embarking on another little black-market trip to an abandoned planet—headphones on and everything. But with a few swift moves, he finds himself irrevocably pinned in the center of a humongous bounty, and soon t...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    Lately on the rise has been the rather frank topic of…butts. Oh, you know, shaking “dat booty” on the dance floor in nifty fishnet stockings, “working” and “twerking” and showing just how much you don’t care. One of the most noticeable of these calls to attention to this has been...

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