You cant save the world alone

Written by Rohit Rao I remember when I dreamed of wearing underwear outside my pants, and soaring through the clouds. Well that dream came to life for many young people in the form of comic book movies. They have become the foundation for Hollywood. The genre of comic book movies has given us a broader […]

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Trashy iPhones, Ugly selfies and Poverty

Written by Aryan Mishra Take a good look at the picture above. This is how poor Indians are.  India is a place where people find their meals in trash cans. This is just another problem India struggles with. Despite people living in such poor conditions, here we are complaining about how it took the wi-fi 10 […]

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Let Us Filter

By Joselin Fogelberg Movie night is an underestimated element of family life. Sharing the experience strengthens relationships, offers opportunities to discuss sensitive issues, and builds trust. However, this can all be compromised by inappropriate material, such as profanity and pornographic content. This quickly makes the secure atmosphere uncomfortable, which is why VidAngel, the Utah based […]

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The Taboo of Tattoo

Written By Tara Ramamurthy Spending 16 years of your life, staying up late at night, with sweat dripping down your face. You are rushing to just finish the papers that have been waiting for your for a week, until the last minute. Spending all the time, exhausting your brain to earn that Bachelor’s degree, only to […]

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China’s One Child Policy: Friend or Foe?

Written by EMERY SHEN Last winter, I went back home to Beijing, where I used to live before moving overseas. Needless to say, I was over-excited, for I’ve been away for such a long time. However, I was not used to the scenes I was seeing in shopping centers, and the boasts I was hearing […]

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Relax with the Pink Tax

Written by Lotte De Vos All governments tax goods that are considered “luxury” because they are not necessary in everyday life, yet a handful of time tampons and pads are included in the tax. In Germany, tampons and pads are taxed higher than truffles, and in Iowa candy with wheat flour cannot be taxed. Now we […]

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Racism, Rage, and Refugees

By Mattias Sjolin Imagine, they have walked for miles on end, displaced by their home country’s conflict. The only option they have is to leave their belongings, family, country, and heritage. They have to leave your identity in the fighting, and head somewhere new, not knowing if this new country’s people will be welcoming, or […]

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