1984, 34 Years Delayed

by Alison Xin In certain Chinese cities, the government has implemented a public safety program that feels decidedly “Big Brother”-esque. Millions of cameras across the country send real-time surveillance data to law enforcement. Surveillance devices have become ubiquitous, not only lining public areas like streets, subways, and parks, but also monitoring apartments, houses, and even…

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Wynwood Walls

by Claire Fallon Down in Miami, Florida, there is a section of the city that is truly unique. Wynwood is basically an outdoor museum filled with colorful and vibrant murals which are painted on almost every single wall available.  Most of the murals on the walls are created by some of the world’s best known…

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Friends

by Angela Zhu I started watching Friends a month ago as I was scrolling through Netflix looking for something to watch while eating dinner. The first episode got me hooked, and the rest of the episodes got even better. I’m only around halfway through the first season, but I get why this show is considered…

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