The fight for net neutrality

    According to The New York Times, “hundreds of protests were staged across the country on Thursday in the latest uproar over a repeal of rules ensuring an open internet.” People all across the country are filled with concern as Trump’s FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, attempts to get rid of net neutrality. Net neutrality…

The Black Friday fuss

   Your alarm screeches at 5am during your Thanksgiving break. You slump into your car and drive to the mall only to wait in traffic. People are scrambling for a parking spot and racing to get in line at their favorite stores.    It’s Black Friday, one of the most anticipated shopping days of the…

#MeToo

  On Twitter, a very popular new hashtag arose that carries a deeply impactful purpose. #MeToo has reportedly been tweeted more than 1.2 million times on Twitter. It has gained huge popularity after there were sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein. People from all over the world took the opportunity to share their experiences with…

Natural disasters: a series of unfortunate events

  The hurricanes and earthquakes have been hitting our world left and right. People are dying, towns and cities are lying in ruins, and overall the catastrophe has created a giant mess that may take months, even years to clean up. People need to be aware of the terrible events surrounding us instead of avoiding…

Amazing, not offensive

  “Wonder Woman”, starring Gal Gadot, was released on June 2, 2017. The film, which is the first and only film of the character to date, was anticipated by many, embraced by many, and rejected by many.   At first, it looked like the world would accept “Wonder Woman” as just another awesome superhero movie.…