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"I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." — Andrea Dworkin "I haven't the faintest notion what possible revolutionary role white heterosexual men could fulfill, since they are the very embodiment of reactionary- vested-interest-power. But then, I have great difficulty examining...
If one day you were diagnosed with a terminal illness that would most likely result in an extremely painful death, and you only had six months to live, how would you react? What would be the first thing to go through your mind after receiving this news? How would you feel? Would you decide to break bad and follow...
Airlines, common outposts of casual banter, are no stranger to the ire of travelers. In a world post-2008, when airlines introduced a slew of ancillary fees, such as baggage and change fees to augment their quickly sinking revenues, scrutinizing the performance of airlines seems almost ingrained in our beings. The Airline Quality Index, calculated by researchers at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical...
The bright lights of the Dallas skyline twinkled out for a mere hour soon after the sun set on Saturday March 29th. Blackness overtook the city, but for what cause? Dallas, one of many participants, took part in an annual event known as Earth Hour, an international event raising awareness about our planet. Here in Dallas, between 8:30 and 9:30...
On December 9, American Airlines sealed its merger with US Airways, amassing the largest airline in both the United States and in the world. At the time, much of the local conversation surrounding the merger centered on the economic impact the new American, headquartered at Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport, would have on the Dallas metroplex. However, a lesser known facet...
Earlier this month, as the Super Bowl went underway, one ad sparked more controversy than any other: Coca-Cola's. Despite lasting only sixty seconds, a national conversation on the issue of multilingualism and diversity ensued. Disputes broke out on social media. Both conservative and liberal politicians and commentators argued over whether the ad was anti-American or pro-American. Against the will of...
As the clock rolls over to midnight of January 31 and the new lunar year begins, over a billion people worldwide celebrated with fireworks, food, and family. Spanning from various countries across East and Southeast Asia to Chinatowns in Western metropolitan cities like San Francisco and London, the fifteen-day Chinese New Year celebrations hold a lasting impact for those...
He's most productive away from the office. He made his name watching a couple of slightly distinct birds. In his later years, his beard was particularly impressive. He is one of the most prominent scientists in the world. At this point, most even somewhat versed in science can guess who I'm depicting: Charles Darwin. Sailing to the Galapagos Islands in...

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