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All the Small Things

What lens do you see the world around you through? How might your life be different if you were someone else? This is a question thought by many people of different backgrounds all over the Earth. Regardless of what may be believed by some life is different for everyone because of specific ways that they…

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Selective Attention

If you go on any social media platform, you’ll probably see at least one person with #freehongkong in their post.  The Hong Kong protests are so widely watched and widely supported people of many ideologies and backgrounds are coming together in solidarity to support Hong Kong. Organizations such as the NBA and major brands such…

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The Petras Problem

CONTENT WARNING: Article contains sensitive topics including sexual assault.  Kim Petras rose to international acclaim at the age of 16, when she became the world’s youngest person to ever undergo gender-confirmation surgery. A year before her surgery, she released her first single, Fade Away. Since then, she has released three EPs, two studio albums, and…

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Save Your Love

The only thing Kayshawn had been doing that night was praying — praying for something great to happen. More specifically, he wanted something great to happen to his music. He went for a walk, thinking about his new music  and hoping that God would fulfill his dream of being a successful musician. He went to…

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Stay Woke and Vote: Generations of Underrepresentation

“Climate change? That’s a you problem — I’ll be dead soon,” declares an elderly woman on Acronym’s September 2018 video: “They’re doing fine, are you?” Made for their ad campaign, “Knock the Vote,” the satirical video features several elderly white individuals gloating about their consistency in appearing at the polls to vote, while taunting America’s…

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Music In Her Veins

As a newborn baby she wouldn’t eat – she couldn’t eat. The doctors tried everything but nothing was working. Her parents thought she might not make it. The parents turned to a woman who they believed could help; she turned on a metronome and started playing music. It was at that very moment they figured…

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Friday Night Futbol

The College of Charleston Men’s Soccer team kicked off their season against Stetson in their annual Friday Night Futbol game. College of Charleston provided a shuttle for students so they could attend the game. Student attendees received free T-shirts and free hotdogs. The game was also the first featured sporting event on the fall punch…

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