Saschael Carter

Saschael Carter

Bio: Saschael Carter is a recent graduate from Howard University with a degree in English and a concentration in creative writing. She was born and raised in NYC and is a New Yorker to the core. She spends her free time writing short stories, novels, and poetry, having picnics in the park, and practicing Muay Thai and Jiu-jitsu. Her goal is to be a best-selling author and live in at least six other countries.

The Best Cooking Show

I am a little bit of a cooking show enthusiast. By a little bit, I mean I have religiously watched almost every single cooking show that I’ve come across.

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Facebook’s Private Documents Released

The “Facebook Papers” is out now! On Friday, 17 US News Organizations, including CNN, started publishing a series of stories based on hundreds of internal company documents; they are being referred to as the “Facebook Papers.”

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Why Are People Still Using Their Political Affiliations as a Reason to avoid the Covid-19 Vaccine?

December 11th of 2020, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine was approved by the CDC for emergency use on persons 16 years and older within high-risk categories. Following the approval, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommended the Pfizer vaccine for the prevention of the Covid-19 virus.

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Amazon is Having a Sale for Their Beauty Products

As a part of their Holiday Beauty Haul event, Amazon is having a sale on hair and skin care tools.

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Make Way for the Latest Kardashian, Travis Barker

The merging of two worlds, pop-punk marries prissy in pink. The drummer of Blink-182, Travis Barker, and the “Keeping Up With The Kardashian” reality superstar, Kourtney Kardashian, are engaged.

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Bill Gates’ Inappropriate Emails With a Member of His Staff

In a not-so-shocking turn of events, it’s come to light that the co-founder and former president of Microsoft, Bill Gates, shared several inappropriate emails and encounters with female employees.

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Which is More Effective, a Longer or Shorter Album?

Over the last few years, it’s become more common to see albums with fewer songs.

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Colin Powell is Dead Due to Covid Complications

Colin Powell, the first black secretary of State and Chairman of Joints Chief of Staff, is dead at 84.

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In the Conversation of the Best Strikers in the World, Where Does Mo Salah Fall?

Who is the first striker that comes to mind when you think about the most effective modern-day number 9?

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The New Jersey gubernatorial

There is yet another big gubernatorial election on the horizon. Two, as a matter of fact, but today the focus is on the one in the garden state, New Jersey. This election is one of the last two that will take place before the midterm elections next year.

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Spotify is Extending its Coverage to More Countries Within Africa

Spotify is looking to continue expanding within the African continent in order to reach its milestone of one billion customers.

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The Best Skincare Brand

Growing up, I was blessed with the kind of skin I had. I’m not proud to admit it, but towards the end of middle school, washing my face was not a daily occurence.

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