We’ve never seen a show like “Game of Thrones” and we never will again
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We’ve never seen a show like “Game of Thrones” and we never will again

No show will ever attain the same cultural, critical acclaim As “Game of Thrones” finally came to an end this season, I realized just how much of a…

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#Vanlife
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#Vanlife

Another BS travel blog phenomenon? “#Vanlife” turns up over five million results on Instagram, the majority of which are posed, pleasantly tan, often filtered, classicly athletic young people…

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Letter to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor

Should students pay more for parking? To the Editor: Re: TAPS to increase parking permit rates starting July 1 (news story, May. 27): Students who live in-town should…

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Title IX does us a disservice
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Title IX does us a disservice

I am a rape survivor and Title IX makes me feel unsafe Title IX of the 1972 Education Act states: “No person in the United States shall, on…

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Robotic sex dolls promote rape culture
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Robotic sex dolls promote rape culture

Guilt-free sex with female look-alikes is an algorithm for the objectification of women The internet and reality morph into what is called the “Nether,” replete with realms in…

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These brands are profiting off of your misery
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These brands are profiting off of your misery

Young people are depressed and as anxious as ever — some companies see that as a financial opportunity Millennials and members of Generation Z have a lot to…

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Video game worlds are more than just a background
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Video game worlds are more than just a background

Video games provide an unparalleled relationship between you and the world of a story One of the greatest strengths of video games is their ability to transport you…

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How to teach kids about climate change
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How to teach kids about climate change

A guide for parents and teachers on how to take climate action with America’s youth I remember clearly the first time I understood what death really meant. That…

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“Heaven helps those who help themselves” — for $25!
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“Heaven helps those who help themselves” — for $25!

If “self-help” worked, there would be no self-help industry “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead” is a self-help book that exploded back in 2013 by…

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Recycling is hard and it’s not your fault
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Recycling is hard and it’s not your fault

We can avoid the headache of recycling if we become more sustainable We’ve all been there: standing in the middle of the CoHo with trash in your hands…

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Your white-collar job is not safe from automation
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Your white-collar job is not safe from automation

Automation and artificial intelligence are commonly thought of as threats to only blue-collar jobs. That’s simply not true. In 2013, economists Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael Osborne released…

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The importance of campfires
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The importance of campfires

How campfires and lazy conversation will save our lives Campfire stories are a strange genre, living in old memories of childhood summer nights. Maybe some people get the…

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Bigger, Better, Faster: Games are getting harder to put down
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Bigger, Better, Faster: Games are getting harder to put down

Advancements in video games are (rightfully) leading to an increased concern about gaming addiction — and China is bad at fighting it There will soon be more PC…

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Gen Z doesn’t suck
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Gen Z doesn’t suck

The so-called smartphone generation is more than just technologically obsessed   Although I’m not technically a Millennial — I was born in 1998 and missed the cutoff by…

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Invisible disabilities provide us with an important reminder: Don’t be a jerk
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Invisible disabilities provide us with an important reminder: Don’t be a jerk

Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle (said NOT Plato) “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” Everyone says Plato…

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