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  • Beauty Ideals Around the World and Why It’s Time to Be You

    25 July 2015, 1:44 pm by: Lori Hil

    Tanned skin or fair skin? Beachy hair or polished? Thick eyebrows or structured—heck if I can keep up! From foot size to eye shape to the size of our backsides, beauty standards change drastically across eras and continents. The lean Jane Fonda look of the…
  • Turn Off Social Media When You Take A Vacation: The Argument

    23 July 2015, 1:25 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    Technology is a filter that removes you from present experiences. We see it all the time at dinner, when friends have to remember to put their phones down and actually talk to each other. We see it on trains and buses, when people miss their stops because…
  • How To Stay Creative

    22 July 2015, 11:57 am by: Lisa Lo Paro

    Every creative person or working artist knows how difficult it can be to keep innovating and to keep creating when you’ve hit a block or you’re simply exhausted. No one is a machine; we all need to recharge, regroup, rethink. There’s no shame in slowing…
  • The Kardashians Are Not Your Role Models

    21 July 2015, 11:38 am by: Lisa Lo Paro

    Kim Kardashian recently appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone and within the pages of that magazine lay an interesting, thought-provoking and in-depth interview about the most controversial of pop culture icons. Kim has been ruffling feathers ever since she…
  • Acting Like The Cool Girl Is Harming Your Relationships

    20 July 2015, 3:45 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    We all know the concept of the cool girl. In case you’ve never read this now-infamous and violently honest passage, here’s an excerpt from the book Gone Girl that details the ins and outs of the cool girl fantasy:“Men always say that as the defining…
  • Things That Happen When Your Friends Are All Older Than You

    16 July 2015, 1:51 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    I don’t know about you, but most of my friends are either older than me by several years, or much more mature than I am. This means that even though I’m still in my early twenties, I constantly feel and act like I’m pushing 30. The horror!When your…
  • Facebook Activism killed the real Activists

    16 July 2015, 11:38 am by: Kat Argo

    Right now, everyone is waiting until the socially acceptable time to un-rainbow their profile pictures, aren’t they?If you missed it, the rainbows were in support for the U.S. Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS) ruling that requires the recognition of gay marriage…
  • Why ‘Looking For A Sign’ Actually Does Work

    15 July 2015, 2:00 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

     There are generally two kinds of people: the dreamers and the realists. The dreamers may believe in abstract notions like fate, destiny and signs. They may be very religious and/or very spiritual. They may believe that their lives are meant to work out in a…
  • Alexander the Great had a Castle in Afghanistan

    15 July 2015, 12:39 pm by: Kat Argo

    Remains of Alexander the Great’s “Castle,” now used by Afghan National Army soldiers and soon, U.S. Soldiers and Airmen assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul May 31, 2010, in Qalat City, Afghanistan. According to local officials, the fortress…
  • Can You Ethically Read Harper Lee’s ‘New’ Novel, ‘Go Set A Watchman?’

    13 July 2015, 1:33 pm by: Steph Bazzle

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  • Here’s How I Really Feel About Getting Older

    13 July 2015, 1:04 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    As a twentysomething, I am appropriately pretty confused about all things. All the things in life have my head spinning, and I’ve learned that that’s fine and expected and I can deal. I’m also appropriately afraid of growing up even more, of being thirty…
  • Your Emotions Are Valuable And Valid

    11 July 2015, 12:11 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    As women, we hear it all the time: we’re emotional, weak, hysterical. And while it’s a stereotype that women are more emotional than men, there’s no doubt that there is a stigma in our society against indulging our emotions. Men hear it in many common…
  • This Is Your Brain On Vacation

    10 July 2015, 5:19 pm by: Lisa Lo Paro

    kentuckysportsradio.comThere’s an affliction that affects probably 99% of the population, and I know that statistic is correct because I just made it up. That affliction is known as Post-Vacation Depression, otherwise known as PVD. You know the deal:…
  • How Is Donald Trump Leading In GOP Polls?

    9 July 2015, 7:49 pm by: Steph Bazzle

    Photo Credit: Gage SkidmoreA few polls now have placed Donald Trump in or near the lead. Considering how erratic (not to say ridiculous) his general commentary has been since he announced his run (okay, and long before), it’s a bit surprising to see that he…
  • 10 Books That Sum Up Adulthood Every Post-Grad Should Read

    9 July 2015, 9:33 am by: Lisa Lo Paro

    I’m a vehement proponent that everything you need to know about life, you can find in a book. Now, that doesn’t mean sitting at home with your nose in Lord of the Rings is a substitute for good, ol’ fashioned experience. No, there are some things you…
  • ‘Offended’ Is A Straw Man — Stop Using It As An Argument

    8 July 2015, 5:01 pm by: Steph Bazzle

    Photo Credit: eyeliam“Offended” is the current favorite buzzword, it seems, for virtually every piece of legislation passed, every word or behavior that becomes socially unacceptable, and every action that you’re asked not to do. It becomes an excuse:…
  • Dinesh D’Souza, Caught With Photoshopped Hillary Clinton Photo, Turns Attention To Mocking Her…

    8 July 2015, 12:51 pm by: Steph Bazzle

    Photo Credit:: Mark TaylorDinesh D’Souza got caught sharing a photoshopped image of Hillary Clinton in an attempt to discredit her. (The image in question has a Confederate flag edited in behind her.) It was a perfect opportunity for an “I was wrong, and…
  • Paula Deen Just Posed With Her Son Bobby In Brownface On Twitter

    7 July 2015, 10:19 pm by: James Kosur

    Paula Deen is still recovering from racist remarks she made years ago and now she is faced with an entirely new racist scenario. This time around Deen posed with her son Bobby, while wearing brownface.Deen posted a Tweet on Tuesday in which she wrote…
  • 7 Songs About The USA To Listen To In Honor Of Independence Day

    3 July 2015, 12:14 pm by: Tobias Roth

    There are a number of songs that you might think of when you think of the United States of America and many of them describe certain aspects of the country, while some are simply fun to listen to and rock out to.Everyone knows “The Star Spangled Banner”…
  • Belief In Destiny May Be Hurting Your Relationships

    3 July 2015, 11:59 am by: Lisa Lo Paro

    We all want to believe in true love, and in happy endings. We all want to be believe that we will find a partner in this life, someone to constantly love, trust and build a life with. But is there such a thing as destiny, fate, “written in the stars,”…

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