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.
Health and Wellness

Smoking and Mental Health Risks

Many people today understand the risks that smoking poses to someone’s health, however on top of this it also affects mental health. Smoking linked to serious health conditions such as cancer, heart disease, and emphysema. In addition to these risks, chemicals such as nicotine can affect a person’s mood and mental health.

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Health and Wellness

Op-Ed: The Cultural Theft of Yoga

Yoga has become increasingly popular in western countries in recent decades, but yoga is about much more than stretching your muscles. Yoga is an ancient philosophy that originated in parts of India and Southeast Asia around 5,000 years ago.

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Politics

White Supremacists Arrested at Pride Event

Idaho police arrested 31 members of a white supremacist group at a pride event, charging them with plotting to riot. Members of the Patriot Front group were also found with riot gear and a smoke grenade in their vehicle. Those who were arrested had traveled from 11 different states, with only one of them being an Idaho resident.

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Latest News

Japanese Scientists Develop Edible Cement

While the purpose is not snacking on this cement in the middle of a construction project, scientists in Japan have developed a method for turning food waste into building material. This is the first time that cement has been created entirely from leftover food, and scientists hope that it could solve several issues from food waste to global warming.

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Movies

Hallmark Channel “Christmas in July” to Feature 3 New Movies

Crown Media Family networks has announced its annual holiday movie event on Wednesday. Hallmark Movies and Mysteries will once again hold “Christmas in July”, streaming holiday-themed movies all day long from July 1st to July 30th. The announcement also came with the reveal of three new movies.

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Politics

Takeaways from June 7th Primaries

Tuesday’s primary elections occurred in 7 states including California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, New Jersey, and South Dakota. While some of the winners will not be fully decided for days or even weeks as mail-in ballots are still counted, there are still several important takeaways from the results so far.

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Food

National Dishes are a Reflection of the Past and Poor

The national dishes of countries are as diverse as the cultures themselves. However, one commonality between the cuisines most countries are famous for is that they are more often than not, the cuisine of regular people. National dishes and famous meals from different countries are usually something that is enjoyed by everyone; recipes born from the childhoods of that culture.

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Sports

LA Angels Fire Manager Joe Maddon

Following the longest losing streak in a single season in the Los Angeles Angles history, they have changed managers. Joe Maddon who had worked with the Angels organization for over 30 years in various positions. The team’s third base coach, Phil Nevlin, will be the interim manager for the rest of this season.

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Latest News

Proud Boys Members Charged in January 6th Attack

Several members of the far-right group the Proud Boys have been indicted for sedition-related charges. With the use of various forms of evidence, the Justice Department moved to charge Proud Boys leader, Enrique Tarrio, and four other leaders with conspiracy in the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. These are the most severe charges brought against the Proud Boys, and the first accusations that the group attempted to use force to stop the presidential transfer of power.

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Health and Wellness

“Lab-Grown” Meat: Good for the Planet and Our Health

The term “lab-grown meat” sounds a bit like something out of a science fiction novel. However, scientists and researchers have found a way to cultivate meat without farming or having to kill animals. It’s not a meat alternative, it is real meat grown from animal cells, and experts even say it is good for our health. 

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Politics

White House Plans to Pay Interns for the First Time

Beginning in the fall, the White house plans to life a long-standing barrier for many young Americans hoping to work in the government. President Biden and Vice President Harris announced they will be starting the White House Internship Program, which will pay interns a weekly stipend.

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Latest News

Apple Announces iOS 16 Will Let You Edit and Unsend Messages

At the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose on June 6th, Apple announced several new products and features. Along with introducing new MacBook’s, the new updates coming with iOS 16 are what has everyone talking. The update includes a feature that will save some from typos and bad decisions alike: the ability to edit and unsend messages.

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