Archive for the ‘Magazine’ Category

The Media Conundrum

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Isabella Grullon

Censorship of the truth in Trump-era journalism Donald Trump’s relationship with the media is psychologically abusive, and the media is suffering from Stockholm syndrome. Most mainstream news publications can’t seem to break off from being played by the Trump administration.They not only made his election possible, but have also facilitated his anti-everyone-who-is-not-a-white-cisgender-male propaganda, free of […]

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4 White Actors Most Likely to Play Asian Characters

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Edward Willshire

Face it, it’s probably going to happen Hollywood has a long history of casting white people to play the roles of Asian characters. From overtly offensive examples like Austro-Hungarian actor Peter Lorre’s character from the 1930s, Mr. Moto, to the more recent and no less problematic examples of whitewashing in films, such as The Great […]

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Disney to Open Avatar park ride

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Will Cohan

But James Cameron would rather talk about his tiny little submarine Recently, Disney announced that they will be opening a new theme park ride based on James Cameron’s 2009 classic, Avatar. The attraction, called “Pandora — The World of Avatar,” will be an immersive experience for visitors who will able to explore the world of […]

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Steve Bannon Eats Cats

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Kirby Wilhelm

Yes. It’s true. Very weird. Trump’s littler hand creeps toward 4 on the great-great-great-grandfather clock residing in Steve Bannon’s Hexagon Office, designed with the idea that Bannon needs to be “one side better than the military elite of America.” As he holds two graduate degrees and has worked in the Pentagon, Bannon knows the real […]

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Jimmy Kimmel opens high-end coffee shops in Chicago

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Edward Willshire

Hopes to connect with common man Since Oscar Host and civil rights activist Jimmy Kimmel successfully grounded the world of the Hollywood elite by bringing in a small tour bus full of 10 people into the Dolby Theater during the Academy Awards, many have been asking what Kimmel may be up to next. Well, a […]

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What is Baseball???????????

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Cara Olson

No seriously, what is baseball?!?!?!?!?!?! Ah, the crack of the bat. The seventh-inning stretch. The cleats. The costumes. The singing. The baton-twirling. The harrowing story of one innocent man’s spiral into madness. Wait, what were we talking about? Oh, that’s right. Baseball. But if you dumb readers are anything like the other 80 percent of […]

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blue morning

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Hakeem Anthony

I woke up this morning to huge, white clouds outside the window with no mastery over their bladder. My bed felt a little damp and she was not present at all. Superstitions cannot be that powerful, but here I am alone, in the dark morning. I get up. A note is left on the mini-fridge: […]

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On Being Present

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Megan Banning

In my treatment session on Friday, we talked about mindfulness, the act of living vibrantly in the present. It is a way to cut out distractions and live a fuller, happier life. I’ve always found this skill impossible to master. There’s so much happening around me, in my head, that I can’t always bring myself […]

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No

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Kimberly Caceci

You dangled me off a cliff holding a fragile rope of the person who I was and could be. The rope of my sanity, the rope of my dignity, the rope of me. The person growing up in an unknown world. You waited to see how long you could test me. See how long I […]

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how i would like to be as a bible verse

Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Tara Eng

i. GROWTH – an intro God grew me in the sidewalk cracks of the suburbs. He gave me broken petaled-toes and dew drops for eyes, and lined my body with thorns for good measure. “Your ideas are safe here,” He said, but I was trapped. I don’t want to be the champion of this story. […]

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