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Where Are They Now?

Most technology from the ‘90s has been forgotten or upgraded since its conception. Many objects may still be in a garage or basement collecting dust, or maybe even at your local thrift store. Here are just a few of the things from the ‘90s that we no longer use.  RCA Adaptors  RCA Adaptors were the…

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R.I.P Tamagotchi

Tamagotchi, the beloved childhood digital pet, now lies abandoned in the back of the closet at every ‘90s kids parent’s house… if it even remains there. It was a responsibility every kid was ready to take on, from watching it come to life from it’s egg to keeping it fed and even the tedious discipline….

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The G.O.A.T.S

Sports have been a major element of pop culture since the rise of professional athletics. Many trends from the ‘90s are actually rooted in sports. The ‘90s have been considered the best decade for many things, sports included. Athletes in the 90s were some of the most prolific athletes of all time. Some of the…

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Behind the Zines

To share and spread ideas before the internet, people had to get creative. A lot of this creativity manifested itself through ‘zines’—DIY magazines put together by writers, artists, fans and everyone in between. Zines—pronounced zeens—could be mailed, passed around via friends or acquaintances or distributed at events. What’s even more spectacular about zines is the…

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Y2Katastrophe

The definition of hysteria, as defined by Merriam Webster, is behavior exhibiting overwhelming or unmanageable fear or emotional excess, and coincidentally often combined with the word political.  Society is constantly evolving and creating new waves of crisis’s and along with that comes the evolvement of the very own planet.  Major crises have always made a…

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Poetic Justice and 90s Hip Hop

Contrary to generation Z’s beliefs, poetry existed before Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey. Poetry is so much more than those three sonnet that everyone was force fed in their high school English classes. Poetry is, in many ways, an exciting artform that evokes emotion, diversity and beauty through its various styles and the pure creativity…

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Music That Made the 90s

Nirvana: Chances are, if you ask a person to name only one band from the ‘90s, their answer would be Nirvana. The creators and kings of a genre that was born and died in the ‘90s, Nirvana served as a flagship for Gen X’s entire philosophy on life and perfectly encapsulated the restlessness and rebellion…

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