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Free to Be

April 11, 2011  
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Free to Be

By Will Suh — Entering into the world in swirls Into the mind, unconfined and free Liberated spirit, speak my mind. All the commotion Moving so fast like a locomotion In slow motion Promotion becomes a demotion Don’t be afraid to ask the essential questions The oblique, the unique, the deep Desperate and drooped like […]

Live Life Well

March 14, 2011  
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Live Life Well

By Kri Sutah — The world is still reeling from Japan’s 8.9 quake that killed more than 10,000 to date, and I became alert again—as I was after 9/11, as I was after the Haiti quake, as I was after a friend’s suicide, and as I was after any disaster or accident that came with […]

Move Over New York, LA Tops You On—Being Rude

January 24, 2011  
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Move Over New York, LA Tops You On—Being Rude

By Annie Suh — In a new survey released by Travel & Leisure, LA ranked number one as the rudest city in America—not New York. Blame it on the car culture (the excessive horn honkers in Beverly Hills) and notorious traffic (the I-405 that moves 4 or 5 mph), which may be half responsible for […]

Developing Countries: In Need of a New Kind of Energy Boost

November 20, 2010  
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Developing Countries: In Need of a New Kind of Energy Boost

By Rod McLaughlin — What do Belize, Honduras and Nicaragua have in common? A lot, but one commonality is that all of their oil is imported. And during a year, it can really add up. The large amount spent on this energy exits the local economy and enters into a foreign corporation or nation, never […]

Corporate Branding Design: New Gap Logo Hatred

October 11, 2010  
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Corporate Branding Design: New Gap Logo Hatred

By Annie Suh — A smart re-branding strategy. Last Monday, Gap unveiled a new logo on their website that became the talk of the week. There were over 1,000 commenters on their Facebook page passionately opposed to the logo calling it a “clip-art version” and “OMG that is butt UGLY! I can do that on […]

The Power of Food: Eating Disorders

July 31, 2010  
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The Power of Food: Eating Disorders

By Kiran Gill — Friends, family and boyfriends: be aware. Ah, finally, a lazy day. The sands of Malibu are golden and the sun beams down on the ocean. It’s 100 degrees. I absorb the scenery while sipping a cold glass of Rosé at a friend’s beachfront pad. Sounds a little cliché, I know, but […]

Putting Passions On the Side?

July 17, 2010  
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Putting Passions On the Side?

By Charlsie Niemiec — Parents often tell their kids that they can be anything they want to be when they grow up, and many people have the leeway to decide what it is they want to do. While this freedom to choose is powerful, the push and the pull of today’s current economic state is […]

In with the Really New, Out with the Almost New

July 10, 2010  
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In with the Really New, Out with the Almost New

By Rod McLaughlin — I have a confession to make. My cell phone is old. I mean really old. My cell phone is so old that once when I took it to the Verizon store for a new battery, the girl behind the counter audibly chuckled upon seeing my device. OK, it’s only about four […]

Lakers – 2010 Champion

June 22, 2010  
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Lakers – 2010 Champion

What an ugly game. Just look at the stats and you’ll wince. Watch the first half over and it will make you cringe.

The Friend Breakup

June 12, 2010  
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The Friend Breakup

By Semhar Debessai — Friendships and why splitting up with friends can be more heartbreaking than parting with a significant other. “On to the next one…” – Jay-Z. When you break up with a significant other, there seems to be a standard course of action for recovery that ultimately, hopefully, ends with what the aforementioned […]

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