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Weekly Newsletter #20: Cultural Cravings

Continuing our theme of culture for May’s issue of The Burgundy Zine, we were honored to feature posts from guest contributors about social media culture as well as tiny living culture.

We also reviewed Fabrice Midal’s “The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t,” gave a few alternatives to the floral prints that plague workwear this time of the year, covered Prof. Hayley Nelson and Tiny Curry-Logan’s wellness webinar, explained the soda tax, and made a few updates to our email subscription system.

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Weekly Newsletter #7: Love is in the Air

Love was in the air the week of Valentine’s Day. We started this week by comparing the works of Sylvia Plath and Emily Dickinson, tuned into Sweet Moon by Sundarta on Tuesday, ideas, took a look at what in the world was going on this Wednesday, recounted the night I met my partner, and wrapped things up with an analysis of love from a neurological perspective.

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Weekly Newsletter #5: Rinse and Release, Rinse and Repeat

This week, The Burgundy Zine saw the release of the first zine! Woohoo. We wrapped this month up with a review of Jose Antonio Vargas’ book Dear America, Notes of an Undocumented Citizen, Chamomile by atlas, and with a look at what was going on in the world.

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Monthly Newsletter #1: New Year, New Month, New Zine

This month, The Burgundy Zine celebrated the release of the first issue More Money, First Issues which centered around the theme of finance.

We also hit the ground running with regular blog posts and multiple series including Tune-In Tuesdays, What in the World Wednesdays, as well as coverage of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

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The U.S. Government Shutdown: A Three-Week Recap

As promised, the 21st day of the partial U.S. government shutdown calls for a three-week recap. The shutdown remains out of sight yet weighs heavy on our minds, with tensions continuing to rise on either side of the isle.

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