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earth day

Earth Day Will Make You Pay Homage To Nature

  Earth Day, a reminder to Earth’s inhabitants to nurture and be kind to Mother Nature, tells us that we have a long way to go. For too long, human beings have paraded the planet with a sense of authority and ownership over the environment, destroying its aesthetic beauty and...

Hollywood

The Best Hollywood Attempts to Tackle Poverty

  Poverty. It plagues our world, and can be found in both urban environments, and the most rural of landscapes. No country escapes poverty, though some do a better job of addressing it. The need for choosing organic options over pesticide-ridden and toxin-laden supermarket staples in my past two articles....

Monsanto

You Need To See Through Monsanto, the Big Bully

  MONSANTO We’ve discussed the benefits of choosing to follow a simple, healthy, organic lifestyle. Organic isn’t a term many Europeans are familiar with — for the most part, their crops aren’t pesticide-laden and their poultry isn’t injected with toxins. Yet our standards here are little different. We have mammoth...

sleep

Sleep Hard: It’s Not For The Weak Of Mind

  We know what it’s like — huge exam yesterday +¬†paper due today + another exam tomorrow — sleep is not part of that equation. We’ve pulled all nighters and walked around campus like zombies in an ardent attempt to perform well in courses that have occupied our lives for...