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Don’t Blame Your Problems on the Planets: Why Horoscopes Are Fake and Why We Feel Compelled to Believe Them

Don’t Blame Your Problems on the Planets: Why Horoscopes Are Fake and Why We Feel Compelled to Believe Them

Veronica Mork, Millennials Staff Writer
May 23, 2017
Filed under Millennials

Horoscopes are the write ups about zodiac signs that seem to be scarily accurate. Largely popularized by magazines and newspapers, horoscopes are everywhere. But are horoscopes really accurate? Accourding to Huffington Post, 33% of Americans seem to think so. Many people doubt their horoscope beca...

Top App Obsessions SMA Has Gone Through in the Past Four Years (Flashback)

Top App Obsessions SMA Has Gone Through in the Past Four Years (Flashback)

Lena Cakarnis, Millennials Department Lead
May 18, 2017
Filed under Millennials

Simply a compilation of the apps I've found were incredibly popular in the last four years of SMA. The senior class of 2017 came in with Ipads as freshmen and it's been either a struggle or times of wonderful memories. Remember when we had Air drop and imessage? Lovely times when an all caps message...

The Impact of Photoshop on Self Esteem

The Impact of Photoshop on Self Esteem

Veronica Mork, Millennials Staff Writer
May 2, 2017
Filed under Millennials

Models are presented to us as the most attractive, ideal body types in our society. From magazines, to television, the internet and beyond, models are everywhere; and so are their unavoidable affects on the public's self esteem. Because the public is constantly presented with these people, comparison...

Turns Out, Being Edgy Isn’t An Insult

Turns Out, Being Edgy Isn’t An Insult

Tatiana Cober, Millenials Staff Writer
April 28, 2017
Filed under Millennials

People throw around the term "edgy" carelessly and as an insult. In reality, being edgy is the same as expressing something boldly, and that's not insulting at all.

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Millennials’ Fight Against Anxiety

Millennials’ Fight Against Anxiety

Tatiana Cober, Millennials Staff Writer
April 25, 2017
Filed under Millennials, Showcase

Anxiety is becoming more and more common within young people around the world. What causes it, and how can you help?

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Over 200 Nike bikes vandalized

Over 200 Nike bikes vandalized

Veronica Mork, Millennial Department Staff Writer
April 18, 2017
Filed under Millennials

A group that calls themselves the "Rose City Saboteurs" has vandalized over 200 Nike bikes in Portland with the message "THIS BIKETOWN IS NOW CLOSED, OUR CITY IS NOT A CORPORATE AMUSEMENT PARK". BIKETOWN is Portland's bike-sharing system that allows people to rent bikes for single trips, all-day passes or monthly memberships,...

The Buzz Cut: the Hairstyle that’s Empowering Women

The Buzz Cut: the Hairstyle that’s Empowering Women

Veronica Mork, Millennials Staff Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Millennials

New and unusual styles are always coming and going, evolving and vanishing. A new style has been quite popular recently amongst  women: the buzz cut. Not too long ago, this style would have been seen as too risky or weird. This leads to the questions: is it more than just hair they're letting go of?...

Uber V Lyft! Let the Great Debate Commence!

Uber V Lyft! Let the Great Debate Commence!

Lena Cakarnis, Millennials Department Lead
April 5, 2017
Filed under Millennials

Though it's died down now, for a while the United States exploded on the company Uber for the apparent political party favoritism. This lead to many posts with the hashtag #deleteuber over Twitter as well as many other media platforms. However, long before politics got involved, according to rec...

What have the Obamas been up to Post-Presidency?

What have the Obamas been up to Post-Presidency?

Veronica Mork, Millennials Staff Writer
March 23, 2017
Filed under Millennials

After 8 years of running the country, January 20th marked Barack Obama's last day in the White House. What have the Obamas been up to after such a drastic lifestyle change? Though adjusting to a new life after leaving the White House may seem daunting, former president Barack Obama makes it seem easy. ...

Language Variety In Music: How It Affects Us

Language Variety In Music: How It Affects Us

Tatiana Cober, Millenials Staff Writer
March 21, 2017
Filed under Millennials

The role of studying habits, sleeping patterns, childhood experiences, and personality types may have a bigger impact than you think when it comes to what music you like.

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