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The 7 Best Valentine’s Day TV Episodes

Valentines Day can usually go three different ways.  The first, you are in a relationship and excited to celebrate with the one you love. The second, you are bitter that you still haven’t found Mr. Right and you wish you weren't reminded by the holiday every time you walked into [...]

What Is The Paris Climate Accord? Let’s Break It Down

Today, President Trump announced that the United States will withdraw from Paris Climate Accord. In his speech, President Trump said, “In order to fulfill my solemn duty to protect America and its citizens the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord… but begin negotiations to re-enter either the Paris [...]

To My College Best Friends As We Graduate

I have always believed that people are put in your life at the right time. Trust me, I could not have asked for a better time to find you. 18 year old small town me could not wait to leave home. I was so excited to move five hours away [...]

If OPI Nail Polish Names Were Political

Sometimes when I find myself aimlessly wandering around Target with a cart full of unnecessary items, I come across the beauty department and spend entirely too long admiring OPI nail polish. While the colors are beautiful, it is the unique names that catch my eye – some so obvious and [...]

Trump Ladies’ Fashion Wow Crowds At Inauguration Events

Friday, January 20th, people around the world tuned in as The United States of America 45th President Donald Trump was sworn in. Standing proudly next to him as he took the oath of office was his wife, Melania Trump, accompanied by his five children. While some focused on the protests, or [...]

Assad Regains All Of Aleppo And It Marks A Turning Point In Syria

In March 2011, a civil war broke out in Syria. When pro-democracy protests erupted in the streets requesting the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad, government forces were used to stifle the revolt which only increased momentum and activity from the protestors. Violence continued as the people of Syria began forming [...]

5 Ways To Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

While this might be an unpopular opinion, I have realized over time that I enjoy having a job. I am sure that the nine to five life can become repetitive and gruesome, but in my experience so far in the professional world, I love working hard and being an asset to [...]

259 Republicans Who Won A Seat For United States Congress Last Night

Alabama U.S. House of Representatives: Bradley Byrne, Martha Roby, Mike Rogers, Robert Aderholt, Mo Brooks, Gary Palmer U.S. Senate: Richard Shelby Alaska U.S. House of Representatives: Don Young U.S. Senate: Lisa Murkowski Arizona U.S. House of Representatives: Martha McSally, Paul Gosar, Andy Biggs, David Schweikert, Trent Franks U.S. Senate: John [...]

5 Ways You Can Help Louisiana Flood Victims

On August 12th, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards declared the entire state of Louisiana in a state of emergency from severe weather and flooding. Atleast 13 people have lost their lives. The search continues for survivors and people that might still be trapped by the flood waters. The Red Cross [...]

5 Podcasts You Should Listen To ASAP

In today’s world, podcasts are highly underrated. With the rise of social media, many tend to forget about the wonderful benefits of listening to a podcast on a mobile device. Podcasts are intriguing and can be great sources of both news and entertainment. Due to their obscurity, I want to [...]