College. It’s a word that means a lot of different things for a lot of different people.
Colgan Air Flight 3407, Asiana Airline Flight 214 and, most recently, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380. They are all ingrained into history as fatal U.S. plane incidents that have occurred over the last decade.
As if there have not already been enough stories of corrupt politics in recent years, the Hungarian election has riled up newsstands and protests in another seemingly unfair run for president.
It came with a bang… 17 students killed and 15 others injured. As the eyes of the world fearfully watched the events of Parkland unfold, right then and there, a fire was sparked, a fire which would fuel future movements for gun control and forever scorch the political discourse of this era into history books.
“Where there is light, there is always hope. Except in the White House. Hope quit on Wednesday,” host Jimmy Kimmel joked during the 90th annual Oscar Awards.
Picture a future in which President Donald Trump reigns supreme, with no legal limit on the number of terms he can serve. Nightmare? Luckily, this destiny of an eternal presidency is not the United States’ to bear. Unluckily, China has landed itself this terrible destiny.
About ten years ago—when I was still going around with pigtails and light-up sneakers—my geography teacher taught me about the Amazon Rainforest, a big chunk of biodiversity growing somewhere in a place south of America. It sounded pretty useless to me.
Take a look at any nutrition facts labels, and there is something you definitely won’t find: possible food poisoning triggers.
The United States, for all the unbelievable drama it has undergone this year, has yet to be labelled a teen flick gone wrong. Well, Regina George, step back because it’s time for a new drama queen to reign supreme. In classically terrible chick flick fashion, this nation has managed to catapult itself into a “he said, she said” cat fight with our “archenemy”, Russia. And unfortunately, the following is not a summary of the next terrible box office bomb; rather, it is the part unbelievable, part obnoxious, all hilarious dramedy starring top stars, the United States and Russia.
#ReleaseTheMemo has won.