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How to Prepare a Meal for Your Valentine

Hey everyone, Sasha here and today I’m going to give all of you some tips, tricks, and even a couple hints on preparing a meal for your date. So, I’m going to take you through the whole night. Going step by step from preparing and cooking the food to plating the menu and picking out… Continue reading How to Prepare a Meal for Your Valentine

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Beat Those Valentine’s Day Blues

For some singles, Valentine’s Day can be one of the loneliest days of the year. But fear not! There are plenty of activities to help single folks keep those spirits high, even when surrounded by googly-eyed couples. Spend the day with friends and family. Platonic loved ones are there to remind you that, though you’re… Continue reading Beat Those Valentine’s Day Blues

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Cervical Cancer Awareness

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month, many organizations around the world help raise awareness for the cause. The National Cervical Cancer Coalition, NCCC, make it their mission to spread the word across the United States about cervical cancer, especially the importance of detecting it. NCCC provides many resources to educate those who… Continue reading Cervical Cancer Awareness

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Is the Internet Causing Cable T.V. to become obselete?

Why watch your favorite show on an actual television when you can watch it on your laptop or phone? If the big screen is your preference, you can watch it on your television too at your convenience. You can watch whatever you choose in your own time. Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and special channels… Continue reading Is the Internet Causing Cable T.V. to become obselete?

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Crowdfunding the Future World

Crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, Indiegogo, Crowdfunder, and several others have shown time and time again that millions of people are willing to throw money at any cause or product they support. People enjoy being able to be a part of the process of making a product viable or a goal achievable especially when they… Continue reading Crowdfunding the Future World

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Why Not to Give Pets as Presents

In heartfelt rom-com movies, there are often scenes of a child or a love interest receiving a puppy or cat as a gift. In theory, giving a pet as a gift might sound like a cute idea for someone, but one should consider the many responsibilities the receiver will have that will last a lifetime.… Continue reading Why Not to Give Pets as Presents

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Why Net Neutrality Needs to be Saved

On Nov. 21, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai revealed plans to repeal net neutrality in the United States, causing much outrage and political backlash. The FCC is expected to vote on the repeal Dec. 14, with an anticipated 3-2 vote in favor of the repeal. However, while this story has dominated headlines… Continue reading Why Net Neutrality Needs to be Saved

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Destroying Future Careers, One “Like” at a Tim

Today, 81 percent of Americans have a social media account in 2017, according to Statista. This statistic is including, but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. These are all components that contribute to being “socially active” in society today. Most people now create their social media accounts as young children and keep them… Continue reading Destroying Future Careers, One “Like” at a Tim

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The Faults of the Two-Party System

America is More Colorful Than Red and Blue Observing how your parents vote and speak about candidates is very influential. As an adult, it is easy to find yourself affiliated with the same party as your parents. Becoming more interested in politics and social issues is a common part of growing up, and with that… Continue reading The Faults of the Two-Party System