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    I’ve lost touch with my feminine side

I’ve lost touch with my feminine side

The line of questioning never changes: “Well, don’t you believe in equality of men and women under the law? Equal pay for equal work? A respect for and recognition of women as an autonomous group?” “Yes,” I reply with unwavering confidence. “Then you are a feminist.” If only the matter

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    Invasive species should be taken seriously

Invasive species should be taken seriously

Often when we think of invasive species, we imagine zebra mussels or the infamous Africanized bee. However, many plants, mammals and insects participate in the invasion of native habitats. An invasive species is one that is not native to the environment in which it is introduced, and it adversely effects its

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    Are you a virgin to the mic?

Are you a virgin to the mic?

House Rules: Respect the mic Say “blaze” when you hear someone say something that resonates with you Snaps, not claps These three rules are pretty much all there is for those in attendance at a Poetic Justice meeting. As a performer you are greeted with a warm, supportive audience’s undivided

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    This & That: Just in: Timberlake’s Super Bowl performance was awesome

This & That: Just in: Timberlake’s Super Bowl performance was awesome

One of the things I love and hate most about the technological age, is our novel ability to take anything and make it political, or otherwise offensive. Every facet of American life has a new-found obligation to become the bastion of respectability and moral uprightness. So, allow me to assert

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    This & That: Justin Timberlake and the culture vulture society we live In

This & That: Justin Timberlake and the culture vulture society we live In

In light of Justin Timberlake’s performance for the 2018 Superbowl, #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay began trending online. In the 2004 Super Bowl, the iconic incident occurred, where Janet Jackson had a wardrobe malfunction on stage with Justin Timberlake. Jackson has since been snubbed from the Superbowl. But it was Timberlake’s hands that caused

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    This & That: Is one month enough?

This & That: Is one month enough?

Black History Month is a very important, set-aside time to appreciate African-American heroes and accomplishments throughout history. But why should it be dedicated to only one month? Black history is long, bloody and complicated. This, however, does not mean we should avoid discussing it. Bringing race into every discussion would

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    This & That: What about everyone else?

This & That: What about everyone else?

February has been dedicated to the recognition of black history, showcasing important figures and heroes of African-American descent who had a significant impact on American society. Celebrating these people and their accomplishments shines a light on blacks in America who have always been marginalized throughout history, many of which believe

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    Aziz Ansari: why his incident is different than the others

Aziz Ansari: why his incident is different than the others

In the media, sexual harassment is an undeniably hot topic. From celebrities to affected individuals, these stories continue to prove its severity to the world. For actor and comedian Aziz Ansari, his incident is unique. The 34-year-old faced scrutiny following accusations from an anonymous source, who goes by the name

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    It’s time to save the Earth

It’s time to save the Earth

It’s no secret human interaction with the Earth is slowly withering the planet away. Climate change has been a popular argument over the years, causing many to advocate for laws and treaties in favor of saving the earth. There are a few people who believe climate change isn’t real and

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    Activities for the end of the world

Activities for the end of the world

What if I told you an asteroid, between 0.3 and 0.75 miles wide, traveling approximately 76,000 mph, was on a collision course with Earth, and we were all doomed to perish? This kind of thing actually happens a lot. Some group of “experts,” or “specialists,” or “NASA,” predicts the end

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