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Entertainment

Just a Few Claus-ible Concerns

By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor When you think of Christmas, you think of decorated trees, of holiday festivities, of family and of food. But among these pleasant images, many people often think of a jolly elderly fellow who delivers gifts at midnight to all the children of the world.  A fellow who goes by the name of Claus. Santa Claus. Scour the songs and poems for mention of this […]

todayDecember 15, 2019 88

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Web Content

The Problem with Popular Feminism

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor We are approaching 57 years since Betty Friedan wrote “The Feminine Mystique”, an essay identifying the pervasive underlying dissatisfaction of women who were told by society that their worth was primarily found in their homes, their marriages and their families. When Friedan wrote her essay, she was addressing a tragic phenomenon of women actually believing that they had less to offer the world than a […]

todayNovember 22, 2019 22

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Events

Manhood in the 21st Century

By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor    Manhood is a concept that is perhaps less discussed and analyzed than womanhood but comes with no less ambiguity, struggle and uncertainty.  As social creatures with an inclination to community and at times, conformity, there is no overarching construct prevalent in a society that does not in a continuous stream touch the lives of each and every person.  Gender is like the fading sensitivity […]

todayNovember 19, 2019 25

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Entertainment

Throwback Songs You Forget About

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor Music can whisk us back to a time and place we had long forgotten. From tragic ballads to upbeat celebrations of love, there are a myriad of songs telling the story of human emotion and existence that art always does. As Billy Joel put it in “Piano Man,” “Can you play me a memory? I’m not really sure how it goes//but it’s sad and it’s […]

todayNovember 12, 2019 147

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Entertainment

A Definitive Ranking of the Best Worst Shark Movies

By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor As an avid fan of sharks, shark week, and shark movies, I have found that my enjoyment of poorly made, poorly acted and poorly written SYFY channel movies and my love of anything shark related has a beautiful and entertaining marriage.  If your mind immediately goes to “Sharknado 1,2,3,4, or 5” then I hope you keep reading for your own education. There are a plethora […]

todayOctober 30, 2019 274

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Lifestyle

The NBA Cares About Human Rights Until it Comes With A Price Tag

By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor It is always an intriguing arena when sports and politics collide. In the past few years, we’ve seen sports stars use their platform to champion social justice issues, call out police brutality, combat racism, speak up for human rights and weigh in on controversial political topics from abortion to LGBTQ rights and gender equality. Even though Laura Ingraham famously told Lebron James to “shut […]

todayOctober 23, 2019 311

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Lifestyle

Tackling the GRE

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor In only 19 days I will be taking the dreaded GRE. Countless hours of studying, practice tests and occasional weeping has led me to the final stage: acceptance. This is not the standardized test to end all tests, nor is it the defining moment of my short 20 years of life. It is just a $205, incredibly daunting four hour exam that will potentially determine […]

todayOctober 18, 2019 8

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Lifestyle

What’s What in the World

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor It’s no surprise that as midterms approach, classwork piles up and the average college student becomes inundated with a list of to-do’s, keeping up with the daily news becomes far less of an imperative.  Understanding that most of you have little time to stay informed, but firmly believing that being informed citizens keeps democracy alive, here is a five minute rundown on the news you […]

todayOctober 8, 2019 1

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Lifestyle

“Lawn Culture” and You

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor It’s green. It’s beautiful. It’s evenly cut and generously watered. It’s landscaped to perfection, gleaming like a gem in your suburban neighborhood as a beacon to all who gaze upon it that you have the lawn of all lawns. You are the lawn queen, the lawn king and you take pride in your meticulously manicured stretch of land that subtly represents all that you desire […]

todayOctober 5, 2019 12

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