Chloe Yanush

Chloe Yanush

Bio: Chloe Yanush graduated from Rowan University in May 2021 with a degree in International Studies and History. While in school she also studied French and Arabic. Currently she is spending the year in France teaching english to french middle schoolers. Most inspired by Anthony Bourdain, she loves learning about new cultures and communities through travel and food. She is excited to begin a career writing to keep people informed and interested in the world around us.

Op-Ed: Give Music in a Language You Don’t Understand a Try

There are generally two kinds of music listeners, those who listen to lyrics first and the sound second and those who do the opposite. This rule doesn’t usually cross genre and taste, if you’re committed to liking hip-hop a country singers’ poetic lyrics are unlikely to get you into their music.

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About 2 Million People Soon to Receive New Student Loan Servicer

Nearly 2 million Americans who are borrowers of student loans will be receiving a new federal student loan servicer as soon as July. Many of these individuals are seeking debt relief from the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. FedLoan, which is part of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency known as PHEAA, is the current servicer of these loans.

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Tell-All Book Coming from Tiger Woods’ Mistress

Tiger Woods had an incredible career and seemingly perfect life alongside his wife and their two children until a scandal in 2009 rocked both his career and reputation. Now, according to the New York Post his former mistress, Rachel Uchitel is working on a tell-all book about her life and reputation with Woods.

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Some Large Companies Will Pay for Travel Costs of Employees Seeking Abortions

In wake of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, many U.S. companies have moved quickly to provide support and financial help to their employees who need to receive abortions in states that have outlawed the procedure.

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President Biden Calls Overturning of Roe v. Wade a “Tragic Error”

President Joe Biden addressed the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday, condemning their ruling. The Supreme Court ruled to end constitutional protections for abortion rights, now opening the door for many states to impose strict restrictions and overall bans on abortions. It is the first time in at least 80 years that the court has overruled a fundamental constitution right, which Biden called “a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error”.

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The Tumblr Era’s Influence on Fashion

The “Tumblr era” had unique influence on fashion and culture among teens and young adults from around 2009-2015. Its name is reference to a time when Tumblr was a main source of social media/blogging for many who sought after a darker, more poetic online presence. Although the era has ended, the aesthetics seem to have matured alongside of us, taking the trends from then and elevating it into something that is reminiscent but modern.

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Willow Smith and Justin Bieber Pull Out of Summerfest

Summerfest has now lost several of its headliners as Willow Smith pulls out of the festival just a week after Justin Bieber did. Willow has yet to release any information as to her reasoning for dropping her performance at the event. Justin Bieber had to cancel this and several of his shows after experiencing a rare facial paralysis.

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Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet originated in, you guessed it, countries near the Mediterranean Sea. There is no specific definition, as the Mediterranean touches many different countries and cultures, from Morocco to Italy to Turkey. However, each of these countries’ cuisines includes similar ingredients that have been proven to have many health benefits.

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Six 2000’s TV Shows and Where to Binge Them

The early 2000’s was filled with iconic TV shows, from Lost to Gilmore Girls, they’re shows that are still loved today. Whether you watched them as they aired weekly or have been dying to know the whole story from clips you’ve seen on the internet, the beauty of streaming allows us to watch almost anything we want, even decades later. Here is a list of some of the most essential 2000’s series and where you can watch them in one sitting.

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Russian Journalist Sold Nobel Peace Prize Medal to Help Ukrainian Refugees

Dimitry Muratov, a journalist who won the Nobel Peace Prize last year, has auctioned off his medal for $103.5 million and will be donating the money to help child refugees from Ukraine. The auction concluded on World Refugee Day, and the entire amount will be going to UNICEF’s humanitarian response for Ukrainian children who have been displaced by the war.

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World Music Day Celebrated Today

World Music Day, also called Fête de la Musique due to its French origins, is an international celebration of music, observed every year on the 21st of June. It is a day to celebrate music from around the world and highlights the universality music has. Music can be enjoyed by anyone, even those who do not play any instruments or sing, and it can often cross cultural borders.

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The “Boyfriend Loophole” Delaying Recent Gun Safety Negotiations

Following recent high-profile incidents of gun violence, negotiations concerning gun safety laws have been going on all across the United States. Congress is working to pass a bipartisan gun safety package, however, the “boyfriend loophole” is proving to be a considerable roadblock in finalizing the package.

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