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Culture June 9, 2021
Random Acts Of Kindness: Chicago Woman Twerks For Inmates
Culture June 9, 2021
Trisha Paytas Steps Back From Frenemies Podcast

Trisha Paytas announced yesterday in a Youtube video that she would be stepping down from the Frenemies podcast hosted with  Ethan Klein after 39 episodes. This announcement comes after the most recent…

Culture June 3, 2021
The New Age of Gen Z Bimbos Taking TikTok by Storm but are they Transgressive or Regressive?

When you hear the word Bimbo, you probably think of a vapid blonde dressed in pink, with boobs the size of her head and sequins where her brain should be. This feminine…

Culture June 3, 2021
19 Year Old Madison Kahouts is Sparking Sitcom Ideas After Her Move Into a Retirement Home via TikTok

Home is where the heart is and besides for college students moving away for college you rarely hear about young adults straying far from home. For 19 year old Madison Kahouts it…

Culture June 3, 2021

Spring showers give way to hot summer air as pride flags fill the sky. That's right, it's Pride Month again! Among all the corporations trying to take advantage of a community-centric…

Culture June 2, 2021

Many people enjoy going to Starbucks for a variety of reasons, whether it be to catch up with friends with a relaxing tea or get some work done with an energizing…

Culture May 31, 2021

Another TikTok challenge has sent an unsuspecting teen to the hospital. According to KPTV, 13-year-old Destini Crane was attempting to replicate a TikTok "mirror on fire" challenge video on May 14…

Culture, News

People Online Pay Tribute to The Fukushima Disaster A Decade Later

A decade later, people online remember the Fukushima earthquake by sharing stories about the event and giving their condolences to the survivors, with the legacy of one of the worst nuclear disasters still being dealt with today.

A decade later, people online remember the Fukushima earthquake by sharing stories about the event and giving their condolences to the survivors, with the legacy of one of the worst nuclear disasters still being dealt with today.

Creators, Culture

Six Dr. Seuss Books Will No Longer Be Published Due to Outrage Over Racist Content

Dr. Seuss Enterprises has decided to stop publishing six books Dr. Seuss books due to their portrayal of minority populations. The decision has caused more debate over what constitutes as hateful media in society.

Dr. Seuss Enterprises has decided to stop publishing six books Dr. Seuss books due to their portrayal of minority populations. The decision has caused more debate over what constitutes as hateful media in society.