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@realdonaldtrump’s best moments on social media

making america confused again President Donald Trump has had many interesting moments on social media in the past decade—especially on Twitter, seemingly the President’s favorite site. He is known to tweet at early hours and make humorous spelling errors that circulate the internet as memes

Ben Neufeld’s best (and not worst) friends

the cream of the crop of his friends This article is a list of Benjamin Neufeld’s (me) best friends. Matt: A very good friend. I’ve known him for about six years, but we’ve only been friends for five. Still, I have made many memories with

Reboots, sequels, and fanchise fatigue

the best and worst of this year on the silver screen 2019 has been a year packed full of movies coming from Hollywood that are either reboots of old movies or sequels. While the rule has been the original film is always better, lately the

Pepperonis on pizza: best thing since sliced bread?

And what about anchovies? The best pizza topping of all time is a simple one that everyone has had, and everyone can agree upon. An item invented in the United States and eaten internationally. It is pork and beef, mixed together with chili pepper, more

Making Memories for Better or Worse

Categorizing some of the best and worst memories of the year always feels like they happened yesterday. I can remember not too long ago some of my best memories: petting a pig for the very first time (who was notably named Katniss Eversqueal) and being

The best video game of the year has no name

Untitled Goose Game 2019 has been a year of many great video games. Blair Witch terrified the masses, Days Gone provided all with a heart-wrenching story set in the zombie apocalypse, and Observation led the player on a Kubrickian-style adventure to space. However, the real

Rocketman failed to lift off

Elton John makes the year’s worst biopic Trailers for Rocketman looked promising. Rather than a traditional rock star biopic, director Dexter Fletcher promised a musical fantasy, in which Elton John’s popular songs were integrated throughout his life story like a Broadway musical. With John’s colorful

The Plot Thickens

The Man in Black It’s time we talk about Walk the Line. First of all, it’s great. Second of all, it’s perfect for Thanksgiving. Third of all, it’s an Oscar-winning piece of art. And fourth of all, it’s about Johnny Cash. I first saw Walk

Shaming people for using single-use plastics is counterproductive

going green isn’t a competition In the era of cancel culture, reusable straws, and Greta Thunberg, people are more hyper-aware of their carbon footprint than ever. Mass-produced, reusable alternatives to single-use plastics have flooded the market, from metal straws to reusable sandwich bags. The market