Malachi Mitchell

Malachi Mitchell

Bio: Malachi Mitchell is a recent graduate from Binghamton University with a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. He has a passion for writing and creating things that inspire him and others. Malachi was born and raised in Queens, NYC and has deep pride for his city that he loves so much. He loves music, movies, television, basketball and analyzing all of them. He is growing a brand of his own and plans to become a visionary creative that the world has not seen yet.

Manchester United Has Rough Start to Champions League After Shocking Loss to Young Boys

On a night that should’ve been a showcase of the club’s Champion League potential, Manchester United started their campaign with a tough loss to the unheralded Young Boys. Despite an early goal from the recently signed Cristiano Ronaldo, Man United lost 2-1 to the Switzerland team on Tuesday.

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Novak Djokovic Falls Short of Achieving Calendar-Year Grand Slam in Emotional US Open Final

Despite being roared on by a raucous Flushing Meadows crowd, Novak Djokovic was hiding his tears by covering his face with a towel during a changeover in the third set. The fact was settling in on Djokovic that he would fall short of making history in this year’s U.S. Open.

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NYC Subway Power Outage was Caused by Power Off Button Being Pushed

On August 29th, there was an unprecedented power outage that disrupted more than 80 trains, taking out half of New York City’s subway system for several hours. Hundreds of passengers were stranded that night, some even walking out into the tracks instead of waiting for rescuers.

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Leylah Fernandez & Emma Raducanu to Face Off in First All-Teen Grand Slam Final in Over Two Decades

In an outcome that nobody could’ve predicted, the women’s singles finals of the U.S. will have two teens, the 18-year-old Emma Raducanu of Britain and the 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez of Canada. This will be the first all-teenage Grand Slam final since 1999, making this finals matchup one for the history books.

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Biden Orders Sweeping New Vaccine Mandates for 100 Million Americans

On Thursday, President Joe Biden made his most forceful move in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, ordering sweeping new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans in the hopes of curbing the COVID-19 delta variant surge.

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: A Fun, Action-Packed and Emotionally Resonant, Ride

Marvel’s latest blockbuster is unique for many reasons, it is the first about an Asian hero, being the first that’s directed by an Asian American filmmaker with an all-Asian cast. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings didn’t have high expectations since it was about a character most people had no idea existed before this film’s arrival, but, boy, did they exceed whatever the expectations were.

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Why Rasheed Wallace, and Other Retired Players are Wrong, Lebron Actually Would Be Successful in Their Era

So, Rasheed Wallace joined the growing group of retired NBA players who believe that LeBron James would not be as successful as he is today if he had played in the “grittier” era that they did. Normally, the era they are referring to would be the 90’s and early 2000s before rules were changed.

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Virginia Takes Down Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee Statue

One of America’s largest monuments to the Confederacy, the enormous 21-foot statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, was hoisted off its pedestal where it once towered over Virginia’s capital city for over a century. 

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Drake’s Certified Lover Boy Is Finally Here! Here’s Some Takeaways After the First Listens

Although Drake gave us Dark Lane Demo Tapes, that didn’t feel like a true “Drake drop.” That project was more something to hold fans down while they patiently waited for Drake’s next album, which the Toronto native has finally gifted us.

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US Employment’s Sharp Decrease as Employers Only Add 235,000 Jobs in August

Despite the huge gains that were recorded earlier this summer, employment in the country slowed down abruptly last month. The August jobs report from the Labor Department showed that U.S. employers added 235,000 jobs which is pretty disappointing when you consider that economists polled by Bloomberg were expecting for a gain of 725,000 jobs, according to The New York Times.

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Banksy Artwork that Famously Self Shredded Could Go for Over $5 Million at Auction

Banksy’s art piece known as “Girl With Balloon” was sold for $1.4 million at Sotheby’s in October 2018. Just as an anonymous buyer made the winning bid, a shredder that Banksy embedded in the frame, suddenly activated. Half of the canvas was left shredded and hanging from the picture frame. That artwork, now known as “Love is in the Bin,” is up for sale again, but for several times more than the original price.

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Why Donald Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ is Fantastic Television

We are at a very interesting age of television, the 2010s rang in an era where TV shows were free to be even more experimental and creative with their storytelling than ever. This also led to more TV shows not only about minoritized groups but by people who belong to these minoritized groups.

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