Egypt: 5 Years After the Revolution

by Isha Lele and Gigi Protasiewicz On January 25th, 2011, Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, flooded with millions of protestors and demonstrators that demanded the government for their freedom and dignity back in means of social justice. The protesters called for the president of 30 years, Hosni Mubarak, to step down from office for reasons…

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Great American Dynasties

by Isha Lele and Leonela Serrano Although the United States does not have a royal family like our friends across the pond, certain American families continue to dominate political power after decades of existence, questioning our land’s true meaning of democracy. Whether it is because they come from the biggest of mansions or the most…

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Problematic Sports Logos in Modern Society

by Isha Lele and Leonela Serrano After the creation of the NCAI, or the National Congress of American Indians, it is often perceived that racism doesn’t exist in American culture due to the increased law and cultural protection of Native Americans. However, from pop culture to language slurs, racism still exists daily, causing the need for activist…

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The John Oliver Effect

by Isha Lele and Leonela Serrano Throughout time, comedy has been the source of relief and laughter for people – essentially an escape from reality. However, comedians often have an even larger impact on the social, cultural, and political aspects of today’s society. Satirical comedians such as Steven Colbert and Jon Stewart have been analyzing…

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The New iPhone 6S

by Isha Lele and Addie Klimek On September 19th, Apple released their newest technological innovations, the iPhone 6s and 6s plus. Although from the outside the iPhone hasn’t changed much from its previous edition, it actually has some new features that make the phone more competitive with other advanced systems. A key improvement is the…

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