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What in the World Wednesdays #5: Shutdowns and SweetHearts

After 35 days, the partial shutdown of the U.S. government draws to a temporary close. Meanwhile, a 14 year old in Arizona exposes a major security threat through a FaceTime glitch, SweetHearts will have to settle for a substitute, and both sides of the globe are facing extreme weather conditions.

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The Burgundy Zine Issue #1: More Money, First Issues

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Burgundy Zine Issue #1: More Money, First Issues

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Weekly Newsletter #4: Preparing for the First Issue

This week, we tuned in to Lemon Boy, recapped the first month of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, introduced eight Democratic candidates who are running in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, dished out the Super Bowl cannabis commercial controversy, and discussed the importance of sparing yourself some change.

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Downsizing: a Little Movie with a Big Message

Directed by the American film producer Alex Payne, the 2017 scifi comedy and drama Downsizing. While the film certainly isn’t perfect, it is a little movie that does it’s best to deliver a big message.

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Cute but Corny New Years Resolutions

A resolution for the new year doesn’t have to be some drastic life-altering change. In fact, there are plenty of little decisions you can make that will have quite a huge impact on your daily life.

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New Year’s Resolutions: a Blessing and a Curse

New Year’s resolutions are a blessing and a curse. On one hand, they’re a wonderful starting point and a great way to get the masses motivated. On the other hand, it’s completely and utterly bogus to base our goals around an arbitrary date. In reality, you should always strive to better yourself – not just for a week or four during the first quarter of the year.

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