Tag: Millennials

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COVID-19 Immunity May Only Last a Few Months

COVID-19 Immunity May Only Last a Few Months

People who contract and recover from COVID-19 may not maintain their immunity for longer than a few months, reports The Guardian. According to King's [...]
K-pop Breeds a New Force for Social Justice

K-pop Breeds a New Force for Social Justice

With its catchy tunes, absurdly attractive performers, and the power to unite fans from all over the world, K-pop has become a force to be reckoned wi [...]
How to be Alone : The Science of Solitude

How to be Alone : The Science of Solitude

Quarantine measures, and the looming second wave of the coronavirus pandemic have us all seriously restructuring our lives. We're encouraged to stay h [...]
Apocalypse Porn & Isolation Thirst Tells Us The End of The World is Pretty Hot

Apocalypse Porn & Isolation Thirst Tells Us The End of The World is Pretty Hot

We've already published an article about how 2020 is really starting to feel like the end of the world. A quick Google search will bring up tons of ap [...]
Is The Future Naked?: The Utopian Dream of Nudism

Is The Future Naked?: The Utopian Dream of Nudism

2020 has become a year of revolution. We're fighting for racial equality, the end to gender-based violence, and our economies need drastic reform in o [...]
Review: ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ is Will Ferrell Being Will Ferrell, with music.

Review: ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ is Will Ferrell Being Will Ferrell, with music.

Will Ferrell is back, this time with Rachel McAdams, in a film that is...well.. a Will Ferrel movie in every single way: Eurovision Song Contest.[...]
Jamaal Bowman Shakes Up US Politics With Underdog Victory

Jamaal Bowman Shakes Up US Politics With Underdog Victory

Progressive candidate for the United States Congress, Jamaal Bowman, has declared victory over his Democratic primary opponent, Elliot Engel, who has [...]
On Planes and Pandemics: Traveling With Coronavirus

On Planes and Pandemics: Traveling With Coronavirus

I don't know about you, but I'm itching to travel. The trouble is, I'm not sure I'm ready to board a plane in the middle of a pandemic, and I don' [...]
Black Lives Matter: What My Baby Brother Taught Me About White Privilege

Black Lives Matter: What My Baby Brother Taught Me About White Privilege

When I was 15 my parents decided to become foster parents, again.It felt like less than a month after the very easy, family decision to welcome a [...]
The Subtle Power of Awkward Silences

The Subtle Power of Awkward Silences

We've all experienced the feeling of wanting to escape a lull in conversation by bringing up the weather, or what we ate for breakfast. In fact, this [...]
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