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ANN ARBOR, MI–Kierstyn MacDonald is a freshman sociology major at the University of Michigan. She’s confident that her private high school education in New Hampshire prepared her for everything college could throw her way — except getting into Dartmouth College, her dream school. Still, Kierstyn has been eagerly plowing through her first semester’s workload as […]
Arlington Heights, IL–The transition from sweltering summer heat into autumn-time sweater weather brings something different to everyone. For some, it means pumpkin spice lattes, corn mazes, and hayrides. For James M. Taylor, president of a conservative think tank, The Heartland Institute, the seasonal change signals something of a busy season. “We’re getting ready for showtime, […]
‘What’s This To Do With Labour Shortages?’ Prime Minister Boris Johnson Baffled By Breakfast Criticisms
LONDON, ENGLAND–Amid ongoing political and social unrest in the United Kingdom, one narrative has persisted for as long as Prime Minister Boris Johnson can remember being in office: breakfast. From where he stands, it seems the people have taken a hard stance against the most important meal of the day and are mysteriously blaming it […]
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