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Instagram or IRL “In Real Life”: Which kind of fitness instructor should you trust?

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Ahhh, Instagram: the social media application that’s owned by Facebook and that has been controversial for having a poor reporting system and letting their users harass others online…Ya’know; that app?

Negotiation: Your Secret Weapon

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The coronavirus pandemic has brought on all sorts of changes in our personal and professional lives. What some have dubbed “The Great Resignation” is a phenomenon unseen in the modern world and has shaken up our entire economy.

Tips for Overcoming Test Anxiety

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It is safe to assume that most of us have experienced nervousness before taking a test at some point in our lives.

Traffic Fatalities and the Future of Transportation

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According to data released last year from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), traffic fatalities in the United States are up 18.4 percent, a spike higher than what has been seen in the past 15 years.

America in 2022: COVID, Chaos and Confusion

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I think it is safe to assume that most Americans have tested positive for being sick and tired of COVID. We are now two years into this global pandemic that has transformed how we live our lives.

Suicide Prevention and the Power of the Media

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Last month, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study that claims that a 2017 song by the American hip hop artist, Logic, may have contributed to an actual reduction of suicides during the time when the song was receiving the most public atte

The Power of Networking

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College presents challenges from coursework to financial hurdles and finding the right major. You’re simply selling yourself short if you go to class, get a grade, and leave. This approach is mundane, lackluster, and arguably a waste of money.

Natural Organic Reduction: Taking a Dirt Nap for the Planet

Recomposition vessels for processing human remains are shown in a gathering space in this artist’s rendering for the Recompose facility in Seattle. (Olson Kundig Image)

Recomposition vessels for processing human remains are shown in a gathering space in this artist’s rendering for the Recompose facility in Seattle. (Olson Kundig Image)

The Forward Party: Andrew Yang’s Third Party Pitch or Call to Action

Book cover for Andrew Yang's book which came out this year

The current state of American politics is a hyper-polarized dysfunctional embarrassing mess.

Struggles of a Working Henry Ford College Student During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The ability to balance a job, family obligations, and personal relationships all while juggling college studies can make finding time seem impossible, especially when each one of these aspects of one’s life requires its own attention and demands that m

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