• 2018 NFL Draft Predictions
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    Cleveland Browns – Saquon Barkley (RB, Penn State) Best Prospect in this Draft, and Browns need to score more to actually win games.  Buffalo Bills (via NYG) – Sam Darnold (QB, USC) Best QB in this draft, and Bills desperately need a franchise QB. The price will be high though. New York Jets – Baker […]

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  • The Rise of New Feminism
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    At the historical Women’s March in 2017, hundreds of people flocked to the streets to protest against the Trump administration and the acts of bigotry that were done under his name. And this year, the same kind of marches have taken place all over the U.S. and the world. From Los Angeles to Rome, hundreds […]

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  • The Return of Tiger Woods
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    As an avid golfer and a golf enthusiast, it is not possible to forget legendary golfers like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman, nor it is possible to forget top players on the tour of today: players like Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy. In the past few years, we have seen the ascents […]

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  • Magic Leap: The Future of AR?
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    Augmented reality, or AR, has been a fascinating technology for a while now. The idea is tantalizing— seeing holograms interact with the real world is truly something straight out of an 80’s movie’s depiction of the future. We’ve really only just begun to scratch the surface of consumer AR—we’ve had fun games like Pokemon Go […]

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  • Fortnite Explained
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    Fortnite: we’ve all heard of it by now. We have all either played it, seen someone play it, or have seen all the possible dances done in person. Or all three. We all now immediately recognize these animated characters with their human-like features and their various weapons. So what really is this thing that we […]

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  • Asia’s New Air Taxis
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    Late for that important business meeting? Sick and tired of dealing with awful traffic all the time? Citizens of numerous Southeast-Asian cities have been fretting over these issues for what seems like an eternity. Fortunately for them, an innovative solution has emerged.   For the citizens of cities like Manila or Jakarta, dealing with terrible […]

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  • My Descent into the Abyss of Confusion
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    In the span of a few months, I transformed from an apathetic eighth grader into an impassioned leftist willing to spar with anyone. And in freshman year, as the 2016 election heated up, so did my fervor for politics and my willingness to debate. As I learned more about politics, read more political journalism, and […]

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  • Don’t Tell Me I’m Too Young
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    As youth across the country have united in an effort to push for stronger gun safety legislation, Fox News hosts have taken to the air to lash out at protesters for their age. They claim that movements such as the March for Our Lives are meaningless because they come from adolescents – members of an […]

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  • The Country Living In Waste
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    Citizens of Lebanon used to look out their windows greeted by the sight of the sky blue Mediterranean. Now, their balconies depict a very different view: a massive heap of trash piled up rising upon Mediterranean. Since 2015, Lebanon has been tackling a country-wide trash crisis. Following the failure to replace a huge landfill site […]

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