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 Worst Fashion Week Show

It is the most magical time in New York City… Fashion Week! When models and celebrities flock to the Big Apple for a week of runway shows, parties, and the increased likelihood of being bombarded by paparazzi for a candid shoot.

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The Newsom Recall. What does it mean for the rest of the country?

California is one of 20 states that allow for gubernatorial recall. On Tuesday, the people of California will head to the polls to decide if Governor Newsom should remain in office or if he should be recalled.

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Is Toni Morrison The Most Significant Female Writer to Date?

In a literary world dominated by Maya Angelou, Margaret Atwood, Chimamanda Adichie, Zadie Smith, and Raven Leilani, they continue to leave their marks within the community. Toni Morrison is the most significant female writer to date.

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The White House Forces Trump’s Military Academy Board Appointees to Resign

On Wednesday, White House secretary, Jen Psaki, confirmed that the Biden Administration asked 18 military academy board members appointed by the Trump Administration to resign or be fired. Cathy Russell, the White House Personnel Office director, sent letters to the 18 personnel who formed parts of the board of visitors for Air Force Academy, Military Academy, and Naval Academy.

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Astrology, Where Did All the Hype Come From?

If you observe a conversation between two Millenials or two Generation Zs, there is one thing that is sure to come up, astrology. This generation’s new way of getting to know someone comes in the form of two questions: the blunt, more straightforward option, what’s your sign?

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Why is Antoine Griezmann Performing Better For Country than Club?

The saga of Antoine Griezmann’s lack of productivity at F.C. Barcelona has been a constant topic of conversation since his transfer from Atletico Madrid in 2019. Despite the promise he showed at Atletico Madrid with a ratio of between .47 and .60 goals per game while at F.C. Barcelona the highest ratio he has achieved has been .37.

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Schools are Transforming Into Hotbeds for Political Debates

Throughout his presidency, former President Trump transformed America. He revealed qualities about the country that people previously denied and strengthened the intersection between politics, culture, and personal life that has never been as evident as it is now.

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Covid Cases in the US On The Rise

The number of Covid cases in the U.S. has been rising since the beginning of the summer, but they’ve reached new peaks within the last month. Over the previous four weeks, there were four million new cases. Compared to Labor Day last year, there has been a 316% increase in covid cases with 137,280 daily reported versus 39,155 from the previous year, according to data from John Hopkins University.

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Bobby Shmurda’s Musical Return

Bobby Shmurda is back! After six long years, the man who graced us with ‘Hot Nigga’, ‘Bobby Bitch’, and other infectious songs and dances has finally released a new single. Bobby Shmurda gained international recognition in 2014 when he dropped ‘Hot Nigga’. A month after his EP, Shmurda She Wrote, came out in November of 2014, Bobby was arrested and charged with conspiracy to murder, weapons possession, and reckless endangerment.

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Hurricane Ida Causes Deathly Flood in New York

Hurricane Ida is the latest natural disaster to sweep the country. Earlier in the week, it caused fatal destruction in southern Louisiana, resulting in at least one death, and across New Orleans, where they experienced power outages, loss of phone service and needed rescuing from flooded homes. As Hurricane Ida becomes a tropical storm, it’s still predicted to cause flooding in the south, Tennessee, and the Ohio Valleys as it continues through Mississippi towards the north. As a result of Hurricane Ida, New York was affected by a thunderous rainstorm late Wednesday night into the early hours on Thursday.

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Cristiano Ronaldo is the World Record Holder for International Goals

Cristiano Ronaldo just might be the most outstanding athlete in the history of sports. While it seems to be a trend among the best soccer players, few athletes in other sports have come close to maintaining a high level of productivity well into their mid-to-late thirties.

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How United Are These United States?

Besides geography and the word in the name, there are few things that unite the population of the United States. If you didn’t know better, you could mistake different sections of the country for entirely separate places. Every four years, the elections resemble a fight to win control in order to turn the United States into the country the candidate wants instead of doing what is in the best interest of the people.

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