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Makin’ it rain, literally

In the 19th century, “rainmakers” were men who claimed that they could create precipitation using their own personal and secret methods. According to The Wichita Eagle, these men would travel to drought-stricken areas and charge the local government with the

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Education

The virginity myth

On Nov. 6, 2019, 39-year-old rapper T.I. “Tip” (real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr.) disclosed while on an episode of the Ladies Like Us podcast that he accompanies his 18-year-old daughter, Deyjah Harris, to her gynecologist appointments in order to

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Campus

A magazine makeover

There is a lot more that goes into designing a magazine than one might think when glancing at a cover or flipping through pages. Each design detail requires its own thought process, even those that one may not immediately notice

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Campus

Happy home graduation

Whether you’re graduating from high school or graduating from years of university, it likely wasn’t the ending you expected. Ceremonies and formal celebrations have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still commemorate all your hard

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Culture

The unexpected rise of the plant industry

Businesses have slowly begun opening, and people are starting to get back to their usual daily routines. For months, the economical situation in the country was struggling due to the rapid spread of the virus. Everyone was asked to stay

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Culture

Getting your farmer’s market fix

Summer is not completely cancelled! Although many events have been forced to shut down due to COVID-19, there are still several things you can do to enjoy summer while also supporting local businesses. One of which is visiting some of

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Food

Quarantine baking

The pandemic has been creating many new bakers, as it has drastically changed on peoples’ lives and their usual daily routine. When the pandemic was first announced, there was a frenzy on buying toilet paper, and now, on baking products.

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People

Queens for a cause

When you hear the phrase “drag show,” charity work and volunteer hours are not usually the first things that come to mind. Often you might think of glamour, performance, and the queen that open doors for so many, RuPaul. If you

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People

Get in the Game

Last year was a strange time for video games. The global industry seemed caught in the beginnings of its own #MeToo movement, where toxic work culture, inappropriate behaviours, and poor business practices were suddenly being called to light. Many of these

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Lifestyle

Boxed In

Having products dropped right at our doorstep is nothing new — from the milkmen of the early 19th century to drone delivery services, humans are determined to find ways of having all they need without actually going out and getting it. Subscription

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