The health and diet food market has a long history of selling us misinformative and fear-mongering slogans to get us to buy their products. It tells us what foods are “detoxifying” versus “poisonous,” what is a “guilty pleasure,” and what is “innocent.” Of course, all foods vary in nutritional value,
Month: November 2021
In Juan Caloca’s virtual game, High Treason, the Mexican artist uses his artistic capabilities to further his criticisms of the Mexican government. In his ‘game’, there is no way to win. To preface this program made by Caloca, you have to understand a little bit of Mexico’s history of censorship.
On May 31st, 2014, two twelve-year-old girls named Anissa Weir and Morgan Geyser stabbed their friend Payton Leutner nineteen times after they lured her into the woods near their hometown in Waukesha, Wisconsin. After being apprehended, both girls said their motive was that by killing Leutner, they would become
On November 5th, eight people in total died at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert that took place in Houston Texas and within the past week the death toll has increased to 10. The deceased victims of the tragedy raged in ages from 9 to 27. There are still currently several fans
*Spoilers ahead* Horrific. Intriguing. Gut-wrenching. Confusing. All these emotions swirl around your head as you watch Midsommar. The end doesn’t leave you feeling great. The normalcy of extreme cult type of behavior leaves you wondering how much of this is based on fact or fiction. The experiences that the characters
Over the past decade, the New York-based skateboarding and streetwear brand Supreme has grown at an astounding rate and to an incredible size. Nowadays, practically anyone can recognize the classical white on red box logo that portrays the company’s image. In its early stages, Supreme was viewed as a very
What do books like The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, Lord of the Flies, The Color Purple, Lolita, and Slaughterhouse Five have in common? Many may say they are all influential and powerful pieces of literature that have been studied and analyzed across the world. This may be
Who is copyright law meant to protect? If you were to look at Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the US Constitution, you would presume that copyright law protects the work of “authors and inventors,” however, in practice it is easy to see that this is not the truth.
Along the coastline of Switzerland in April 2019, the small boat lovingly named ‘Beluga II’ sailed by Nestle Headquarters. It was not uncommon for boats to drift past its headquarters, after all, it is right up against the ocean. But this was no ordinary sea vessel. On its deck laid