Ailun Shi, UC Berkeley
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Record temperatures have resulted in rolling blackouts in the western U.S. If you don’t have AC — or even power — here’s how to keep cool.
The plan will rid Americans of apps, telecommunications carriers and cloud-based services connected to Chinese companies.
From black squares to grayscale selfies accompanied with #ChallengeAccepted, Instagram activism is turning more and more into a bandwagon for people to jump on. Is it harming the original movements?
July saw the historic passage of Comet NEOWISE. Even if you missed its dance across the night sky, there are plenty of astrological phenomena to come.
Everyone has heard of toxic masculinity’s pressure on men to conform. But this trend can be just as damaging to women.
Washing your clothes by hand may be the solution to preserving your garments and saving the environment.
Adulthood is rife with people who no longer believe that they can ‘do art.’ But these different approaches might convince people to let go of their fears.
They might not be as famous as Yellowstone or Yosemite, but these five places are still perfect for experiencing the great outdoors.
By focusing on inequities and double standards in gender, race, relationships and family, this standup is proving herself to be one of the most timely comedic voices today.
Schools were thrown headfirst into digital classrooms and the outcomes have been deemed less than successful. Now we are left to fill in the educational gaps.
All good things must come to an end. By constantly amending their works, authors like J.K. Rowling risk ruining their books — and stunting the growth of young fan fiction writers.
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