Is Apple Straying Away From Their Original Vision? by Marissa Echeverria

  Apple, during the fall, usually releases new a new version of a previous device. Rumor has it that they might release the iPhone 6 before June 2014, which is earlier than normal. Economic reports show that the iPhone 5s and 5c didn’t do as well as its predecessor, which is why tech specialists are… Read More Is Apple Straying Away From Their Original Vision? by Marissa Echeverria

Blackfish: Documentary on Killer Whale Abuse Causes Outrage Towards SeaWorld by Sana Chaudhry

Ever since the release of Blackfish ,Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s documentary which showed the abuse killer whales go through, SeaWorld has been surrounded by controversy. The chain of marine-life-themed amusement parks has been facing numerous protests from animal rights activists who believe that they have been mistreating whales, dolphins, and other creatures for entertainment purposes. After Blackfish… Read More Blackfish: Documentary on Killer Whale Abuse Causes Outrage Towards SeaWorld by Sana Chaudhry

A Harmful Fashion Trend: Nail Polish and Its Harmful Chemicals by Nathalie Mairena

Nail polish has been a fashion trend since it was first invented in China, 3000 BC, and became popularized in the 1920s. Millions of women use all shades and hues, and there are even stencils allowing any kind of design in the convenience of the home. But there may be more danger to nail polish… Read More A Harmful Fashion Trend: Nail Polish and Its Harmful Chemicals by Nathalie Mairena

From Rentals to Riedel’s: A Guide to Entering the World of Figure Skating

Originally posted on Stephanie Brito:
As the 2014 Olympics unravel, the effects of the most popular–and perhaps most captivating–sport is evident: the lines at public skating locations are at an all-time long. This event inspires many people to go skating with their friends and family and some, to pursue figure skating, either recreationally or competitively.…