Shelby Zunker

Shelby Zunker

Bio: Shelby Zunker is a recent graduate from Cardinal Stritch University with a degree in English and concentration on film studies. Originally from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, she loves all things creative including painting, drawing, reading, and writing. Specifically, she enjoys writing fiction and analyzing film and tv. Shelby hopes to one day publish her own novel and have written her own screenplay.

The Deal With CBD

If you go almost anywhere today (the grocery store, gas station, local pharmacy, favorite department store), chances are you’ll stumble upon a CBD product of some kind. It could be a candle, lotion, or some sort of spray.

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TIME’s 100 Most Influential People Of 2021 List Is Released

At the top of the 18th annual TIME100 list are people most of society would guess to grace the cover.

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The Simplicity Of Ice Cream Bread

Were you one of the people who fell for the bread-making trend during the pandemic? Well, get ready for yet another, but also much easier, bread trend taking over the internet: ice cream bread!

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Former Presidents and First Ladies Come Together To Aid Afghan Refugees

Welcome.US is a new organization aiming to help recent Afghan refugees find relief after evacuating their home country almost a month ago. Honorary co-chairs are former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama and former first ladies Hilary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama.

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Christmas Comes Early With First Hawkeye Trailer

Grab a hot chocolate and your bow and arrow because the official trailer for Disney+’s Hawkeye is finally here.

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Jennifer Aniston Launches Beauty Line “LolaVie”

On September 8th, Jennifer Aniston announced on her Instagram account the release of her new beauty brand, LolaVie. In the caption, Aniston wrote the products are “made to help your hair feel healthy and look effortless.”

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Lorde Rereleases Five ‘Solar Power’ Songs In Māori

This week is Te Wiki o Te Reo, otherwise known as the celebration of the Māori language in New Zealand. In honoration, Lorde, a native Kiwi, has released an EP with five of the songs off of her ‘Solar Power’ album all in Māori.

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Britney Spears’ Father Petitions To End Conservatorship, But #FreeBritney Is Far From Over

On Tuesday, it was announced Jamie Spears, father and conservator to Britney Spears, had filed a petition to end said conservatorship. Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, spoke of the petition as “vindication,” but that stepping down alone would not be enough. Rosengart stated, “It appears Mr. Spears believes he can try to avoid accountability and justice, including sitting for a sworn deposition and answering other discoveries under oath.”

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Arizona Judge Rules Against Sports Betting Lawsuit

This past Labor Day, an Arizona Judge ruled against a sports betting lawsuit filed by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. The tribe alleged that the recent betting law signed in April was “unfair” and “unconstitutional” due to the fact that it went against Proposition 202 filed in 2002. This law, approved by voters, set out the types of gambling allowed in Arizona.

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Jill Biden Heading Back To School

Students and parents spent the last month buying new school clothes and backpacks in preparation for the new in-person school year. Surprisingly, the general public wasn’t the only ones gearing up to go back to school. First Lady Jill Biden also heads back to the classroom today, at Northern Virginia Community College, to teach composition writing where she’s worked since 2009.

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Michigan To Vote On Bills Eliminating State Tax On Feminine Hygiene Products

After a 2020 lawsuit filed by three women against the state of Michigan for sex-based discrimination, a new law is being pushed to eliminate taxes placed on feminine hygiene products. This marks the ninth version of this bill in Michigan over the past six years.

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World’s Biggest Triceratops Fossil Up For Grabs

Get ready to make your way to Jurassic Park because the world’s biggest triceratops fossil is now on sale, and experts say it could sell fast. The fossil, now nicknamed “Big John,” is estimated to be 66 million years old, but said to look good for his age.

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