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The Complicated Appointment Of San Francisco’s Interim Mayor

The Complicated Appointment Of San Francisco’s Interim Mayor

When San Francisco’s interim mayor London Breed, a moderate African-American woman, was replaced by Mark Farrell, a white male venture capitalist, uproar was expected. But the choice to replace Breed with Farrell was multifaceted, and there was far more to the decision than meets the eye. In fact, the replacement was influenced by everything from the tech industry to simple […]

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Try These Rosy Makeup Looks For Valentine’s Day

Try These Rosy Makeup Looks For Valentine’s Day

Roses are red, violets are blue, Valentine’s is here with two makeup looks for you! Whether you are spending the day of love by a candle-lit dinner with your SO or eating a box of chocolates that you bought for yourself, these two makeup looks will be perfect for Valentine’s Day. FLIRTY GLOW Bring back that youthful flush with the […]

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Are Dating Apps An Addiction?

Are Dating Apps An Addiction?

In this day and age, technology has impacted almost every aspect of daily life– and dating is no exception. From the popular apps like Tinder and Bumble, to the more obscure like Hater and Tastebuds, the dating world has largely moved online. And while dating apps are praised for making dating more accessible in our fast-paced society, like many other […]

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This Beauty Brand Tried To Trademark #MeToo

This Beauty Brand Tried To Trademark #MeToo

The #MeToo movement has been one of the biggest pro-women campaigns of the modern age. The social media-based trend opened up a necessary conversation about sexual harassment and assault and is lauded by many for taking a previously taboo topic and making it acceptable to discuss. And while it is common for companies with a mainly female audience to highlight […]

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Wai Wai Nu: From Political Prisoner To Leader Of Inclusivity

Wai Wai Nu: From Political Prisoner To Leader Of Inclusivity

Wai Wai Nu is all too familiar with how identity politics can cause deep division. Growing up in Myanmar, she saw how divided the Rakhine and Rohingya, two mostly Muslim ethnic groups that used to coincide in the Rakhine state. The Rakhine make up the majority of the state, leaving the Rohingya, an unofficial sect, the stateless minority. Wai Wai […]

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American Trust In Media, Is it All Gone?

American Trust In Media, Is it All Gone?

“Fake News”. It’s a term that has been coined by President Trump and has seemingly permeated every aspect of the political environment. Under Trump’s administration, the facts reported by mainstream media are accused as false in a perceived effort to bring more credibility to the questionable statements by the president. But how has “fake news” really affected the American public? […]

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Why All Women Should March

Why All Women Should March

I have never considered myself a “marcher”. I have always been opinionated and politically active. I’ve voted in every election and often find myself yelling expletives at President Trump on the television screen. But a marcher? Not so much. And yet there I was this past Saturday, marching down Market Street next to my mom and thousands of other protesters, […]

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How Iceland Is Closing The Gender Wage Gap

How Iceland Is Closing The Gender Wage Gap

As of New Year’s Day, Iceland has become the first country in the world to require by law that employers pay workers the same rate, regardless of gender, sexuality, or ethnicity. The law states that all companies with 25 or more employees must file annual disclosures proving people in the same position are paid equally. Icelandic women currently earn about […]

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This Paralympic Snowboarder Will Teach You To #LiveInspired

This Paralympic Snowboarder Will Teach You To #LiveInspired

At the age of 15, Amy Purdy developed her passion for snowboarding. But by age 19, all of her dreams were put on hold. She contracted Neisseria meningitis, affecting her circulatory system and causing a septic shock that gave Purdy only a 2% chance to live. Both of her legs were subsequently amputated below the knee and she lost both […]

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The Psychology Behind Resolutions—And How To Keep Them

The Psychology Behind Resolutions—And How To Keep Them

As we dive headfirst into the new year, many of us may have made New Year’s resolutions. Research has shown that about half of all adults make New Year’s resolutions. However, fewer than 10% manage to keep them for more than a few months. So what can we do to improve our chances of following through with our resolutions? The […]

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What We Can Learn From The Japanese New Year Celebration

What We Can Learn From The Japanese New Year Celebration

During the year-end holiday season, people from all around the world put a pause on their busy schedules to spend time with their family (or drink to numb the pain of having to spend so much time with crazy family). That being said, everyone has their own traditions for this festive time. Mine actually starts after the mythical man in […]

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Kirsten Gillibrand’s Not Opportunistic, She’s A Female Politician

Kirsten Gillibrand’s Not Opportunistic, She’s A Female Politician

We’re into year one of Trump’s presidency and there is already speculation of who will challenge him in the 2020 election. While no one has officially announced their bid for the 2020 presidential election, there are a few names already at the top of the Democratic list of primary potentials. At the top of the list? Kirsten Gillibrand. A New […]

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Why The Golden Globes Of 2018 Was Memorable

Why The Golden Globes Of 2018 Was Memorable

The 75th annual Golden Globe Awards aired last night, and it wasn’t just an awards show; it was a night of activism. Almost all of the stars chose to wear black to stand in solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and abuse. As Eva Longoria told the New York Times, “this is a moment of solidarity, not a fashion moment. […]

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