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Franklin D. Roosevelt assumed office in 1933, with the country knee-deep in the Great Depression. By his 100th day in office he had passed 15 major bills and began pulling … Continue reading A Breakdown of Biden’s First 100 Days
Every day it seems there is a new streaming service being released, promising the best content for a cheap price. More people are tossing their cable plan and switching to … Continue reading Cutting the Cord: Is It Worth it to Get Rid of Cable?
Everyone from Lizzo to Lady Gaga are encouraging people to use their right to vote. Celebrities are finding creative ways to push people to the polls this election. Over the … Continue reading Celebrities for Voting
The Tony Awards are no exception to the strangeness of 2020. For the first time in Tony Award history, there is only one nominee for Lead Actor in a … Continue reading Aaron Tveit Making Tony Awards History
Deep fakes are digitally altered images or videos that enable viewers to see someone doing something they never did. Deep fake celebrity videos have especially been made viral over … Continue reading The Depths of Perception: The Danger of Deep Fakes
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