Jade Hookham, UC San Diego
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Within the strange world of Reddit, these little things called shower thoughts are rocking the worlds of countless people online.
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Though he recently passed away at the age of 82, Isao Takahata’s impact on animation will continue to live on in his place.
NYU Abu Dhabi’s Khairunnisa Mentari Semesta and her team won iGEM with their E.coLAMP device, which detects the bacteria E. coli in foods.
You’re just one microwave and a few eggs away from eating like Gordon Ramsey.
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From launchpad to rubber chicken, Big Marvel continues to charm the world with the most unexpected instruments.
You may think that you have a perfect friendship with your roommate until their relationship starts to come into the picture.
By coming out to the public as a gay artist, Holland head-butts the restrictive social conventions of Korea regarding homosexuality to send a message of hope and acceptance.
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