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Democratic Presidential hopeful Joe Biden takes the stage with his wife, Jill, and sister, Valerie, right, during a campaign rally at the Baldwin Hills Recreation Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

[Opinion] A female vice president might be the key to Biden winning the 2020 election

America has gone through a wide variety of changes over the past century from electing its first female congressman in 1917 to electing the first ever African-American President in 2008.  This nation has evolved into an incredibly progressive country, despite its legislative shortcomings. However, there […]

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[Opinion] A Global pandemic shouldn’t strengthen the generational divide within the U.S.

With the enforcement of social distancing measures throughout the United States and other countries due to COVID-19, some individuals cannot bear the social isolation that has followed.  Social distancing is defined by the American Red Cross as “deliberately increasing the physical space between people to […]

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The cosmetic industry takes a more ethical route with cruelty free approaches

The cosmetic industry takes a more ethical route with cruelty free approaches

The rise in demand of cruelty-free makeup along with other skin products has greatly influenced the beauty industry, as many believe that it is a more ethical route. Many consumers have turned to cruelty- free makeup throughout the past year. Australia was one of the […]

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