Caroline Gose

Caroline Gose

Bio: Caroline Gose is from Columbus, Ohio. She will graduate from the University of Cincinnati in July 2021 with a BFA in Media Production and a Minor in Creative Writing. Caroline has a passion for social justice and women’s rights. She also enjoys writing poetry and short stories and hopes to write and direct a feature film one day. Caroline is looking forward to establishing herself in the film industry and continuing to write creatively and professionally.

Op-Ed: Taylor Swift Responds to Misogynistic Jokes Made About her Music and Personal Life on Netflix Show

Taylor Swift has responded to a misogynistic and unoriginal joke made about her personal life on a Netflix Show, Ginny and Georgia. In the scene in question, Georgia assumes that her daughter Ginny has broken up with her boyfriend, and Ginny responds, “What do you care? You go through men faster than Taylor Swift.”

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The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards

The annual Golden Globe Awards took place last night despite the ever-present obstacles created by the pandemic. Comedy duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the 78th annual awards show from different sides of the country. Tina Fey hosted from the Rainbow Room in New York City, and Amy Poehler hosted from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, both with audiences made up of first responders and essential workers.

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Tiger Woods Comments on Golfers Wearing His ‘Sunday Red’

Multiple golfers wore red for the final round of the WGC-Workday Championship on Sunday to honor Tiger Woods as he recovers from his recent car accident. Woods traditionally wears a red shirt and black pants when playing on Sundays, something that his mother suggested he do when he was younger.

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Op-Ed: Pink Sweat$’s PINK PLANET Will Satisfy Your R&B Cravings

I first heard the song “Honesty” by Pink Sweat$ a year ago, when I was going through an R&B obsession. I am still deep in this obsession: the duality of R&B is what makes it so powerful. It’s the kind of music you want to listen to when your heart is hurting, but it’s also perfect for when you’re in love.

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Malik Beasley Suspended for 12 Games After Guilty Plea

Malik Beasley’s guilty plea will cost him $1.1 million, as he has been suspended from the Minnesota Timberwolves without pay for 12 games. Earlier this month, Beasley pled guilty to a felony charge of threats of violence during an incident that took place in September.

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Utah Jazz Looks into Bigotry Allegations Against VP Dennis Lindsey

In a series of tweets, former Utah Jazz guard Elijah Millsap stated on Wednesday that he was the victim of bigoted remarks made by the team’s vice president of basketball operations, Dennis Lindsey. Millsap tweeted that bigotry “is still very well present” and that Lindsey “made bigot remarks in my exit interview while conversing with Q. Snyder ‘if you say one more word, I’ll cut your Black ass and send you back to Louisiana.’”

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President Biden Will Mark 500,000 U.S. Covid Deaths with Candle-Light Ceremony

On the night before his inauguration, President Biden held a candlelight ceremony to honor the 400,000 U.S. lives lost to COVID-19. He is set to lead the mourning of 500,000 deaths at some point this week once the threshold is crossed. At the ceremony in January, President Biden spoke at the Lincoln Memorial saying, “To heal, we must remember.”

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Remembering the Christchurch Earthquake on its 10th Anniversary

Today marks 10 years since the deadly earthquake that hit Christchurch, New Zealand. The earthquake had a magnitude of 6.3, killing 185 people and injuring thousands. Among those killed were people from several countries including the United States, Australia, China, and Japan

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Novak Djokovic Wins His Ninth Australian Open

Novak Djokovic scored his 9th Australian Open victory on Sunday with a smile on his face. The 33-year-old world No.1 beat his opponent Daniil Medvedev in under two hours. Medvedev came into the match on a 20-match winning streak, but Djokovic was still able to win his 18th major title.

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Naomi Osaka Beats Serena Williams to Advance to Finals

Naomi Osaka had a rough start at the Australian Open Semifinals on Thursday when she played against her childhood idol, Serena Williams. Osaka was able to pull through with a 6-3, 6-4 victory, earning her a spot in Saturday’s final. Osaka also beat Williams in the 2018 U.S. Open Final.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex Will Not Be Returning as Working Members of Royal Family

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially decided that they won’t return as working members of the royal family. The couple has agreed on these terms with the Queen. A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said, “While all are saddened by their decision, the Duke and Duchess remain much loved members of the family.”

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The Hypocrisy of Ted Cruz’s Cancun Trip

Texas is freezing and their infamous senator, Ted Cruz, went off to Cancún with his family to escape the cold. It’s one thing to leave the country as a senator in the middle of a global pandemic, but on top of that, Texas is experiencing extreme climate change with upwards of 5 inches of snow and temperatures below ten degrees.

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