The Story of Milo Yiannopoulos and a Sarah Lawrence Alumni

By now, most of you have read the Buzzfeed report regarding Milo Yiannopoulos getting stories for Brietbart from sympathetic liberal journalists. Specifically, one of these journalists was a Sarah Lawrence alumni

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Why I Love Watching Movies on Planes

Since I started travelling full-time, I’ve been on a lot of flights. In fact, for the past year and a half, I’ve been on an average of one flight a

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Is the Word ‘Metrosexual’ Offensive — or is it Just the Term?

Most people probably only vaguely recall the word metrosexual. According to the dictonary, a metrosexual is defined as “a usually urban heterosexual male given to enhancing his personal appearance by

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Preparing For Your Next Adventure Abroad

It seems like I just got back. Just two months ago, I was moving back home after living abroad. But now, I’m going back abroad. This time it won’t be

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Why Hillary Clinton’s What Happened is Both Wrong and Right

I haven’t read Hillary Clinton’s What Happened yet. The truth is, if you are reading this article, you probably haven’t either. The political culture wars have practically demanded that you wouldn’t. Instead,

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Why I Don’t Like Being Judged for Travelling

Like any other life decision, travelling is a lifestyle choice. And like any lifestyle choice, travel is polarizing. Some people love it. Some people hate it. And some people love to

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How Pewdiepie Uses the Outrage Cycle To Promote His Brand

Doubling down is what many of us do when backed into a corner. Ex-Google employee James Damore is doing it with his ‘diversity’ memo.  America did it in Vietnam, and more

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Why Nostalgia is Literally Bad For Your Health (And For Storytelling)

It’s no surprise that nostalgia has mostly taken over our society. With the return of Ms. Frizzle to Netflix, people are presumably excited about another trip in the Magic School Bus.

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Why Getting More Blog Traffic Has Made Me Want to Blog Less

Starting my blog in early March is one of the best things that I’ve ever done. It’s helped me write more consistently, and also taught me a lot about on-site

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Why Networking Events Are Not That Bad — At Least Once You Have Experience

Like most people who are employed, I haven’t been to any networking events in a while. In fact, the last time I attempted to go to one was when I

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