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Pictured is the Fushimi Inari Trail, in Kyoto, Japan. As Japan tackles its pressing demographic issues, the world watches and learns, recognizing the global implications of the nations strategies to manage an aging and shrinking population. (Photo Credit: Lin Mei / Unsplash)
Exploring the Depths of Japan's Demographic Shift
Isabel Goldfarb, Staff Reporter • May 14, 2024

In the land of the rising sun, an impending crisis casts a shadow over Japan's future — a demographic decline which threatens to redefine its national identity and global standing. This spring, Japan faces a reminder of its...

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Here is Keith Haring meticulously painting in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in 1986. (Photo Credit: Rob Bogaerts (Anefo), CC0, via Wikimedia Commons)
Keith Haring's Art: A Journey Through Color, Movement, and Social Consciousness
Alicia Yue, Staff Reporter • May 13, 2024

In the dynamic array of contemporary artists, few have left such a profound and impactful mark as Keith Haring (1958-1990). A revolutionary artist, social activist, and a beacon of the vibrant New York City art scene in the 1980s,...

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Tripp was started by Ray Goodman’s wife Daang Goodman. The brand is now sold in over 300 stores across the world.
Trash and Vaudeville: The Long-Lived Staple of East Village Punk Culture
Willa Huber, Staff Reporter • May 13, 2024

In the 1960s, an artistic rejection of social norms, known as counterculture, hit New York City at full speed. As hippies and artists flooded into one of the world’s most vibrant and lively cities, they accumulated in a neighborhood...

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Here is Caitlin Clark during an Iowa versus Ohio Championship game. (Photo Credit: John Mac, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons)
How Caitlin Clark is Changing the World, Both On and Off the Court
Nora Torok, Staff Reporter • May 13, 2024

The world has simply never seen anything like it.  The sneakers squeak to the three pointer line. The ball leaves fingertips with grace. The stands are silent, holding their breath as if praying in unison. Then, just like...

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Liah Igel, Staff Reporter • June 10, 2024

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Today, comedians like Ali Wong are stealing the spotlight away from fictitious stereotypes of what it means to be Asian. (Photo Credit: CleftClips, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons)
Too Funny to be Asian or Too Asian to be Funny? The Rise of Asian Comedians
Sidney Lin, Staff Reporter • May 13, 2024

It is twelve in the morning. Despite how dark it is outside, the sun’s goodbye seems to be an invitation for the interior grime to make itself comfortable....

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