Jinyoung Park
Jinyoung Park

Mountain Dew Commercial Controversy: Ad Wasn't Funny Or Smart

In response to the public outrage and condemnation of the recent Mountain Dew commercial, CNN decided to post a commentary defending the commercial, causing even more problems.

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Grant Study: 6 Keys to Happiness From the Legendary Harvard Study

The famous Grant Study, which followed 268 Harvard sophomore men for more than seven decades since 1938, reveals the long sought-after secrets to happiness.
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Boston Marathon Explosion: 2 Bombs Go Off, Kill 2 People

At around 3 p.m., two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. It is confirmed that 22 people were injured and two were killed by the explosion.
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9 Funniest Kim Jong-un Memes

As North Korea continues to rattle the world, Kim Jong Un’s chubby little cheeks and lovable demeanor are finally trending on the web. Here are some great memes of him.
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North Korea War: Nobody Should Play the Country's Game Of Chicken

North Korea has been purposefully escalating the tense situation to wear out stakeholders’ patience and get them to chicken out from the race.

Tyga Under Fire: Harvard Students Demand Sexist Rapper's Ouster From School Event

Feminism is well and alive at Harvard, where a student’s petition to take Tyga out of its festival has gathered 1,800 signatures and counting.

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Is China Bullying Its Neighbors Over Some Rocks in South China Sea?

Signs of escalating tension are shoring up in the South China Sea as Hanoi and Beijing go head to head over a “trawler attack.” China needs to reevaluate its long-term and short-term priorities.
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Millennials Should Stop Complaining About Unpaid Internships and Start Demanding Better Opportunities

In this world of perpetual job insecurity, maybe we should stop being so grateful about our unpaid internships and begin demanding more for our work.
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Efrain Montt: Will Guatemalans Have Justice For Genocide?

On Tuesday, Efrain Rios Montt, former Guatemalan dictator, is finally on trial for his "crimes against humanity" charges from three decades ago.
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Flap Between China and the Vatican Has Nothing to Do With Religious Freedom

Why the problem between the Vatican and Beijing is not about freedom of religion at all.
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North Korea Sanctions Met With Threats Of Military Action, But Will the Koreas Really Go To War?

Amid the ever-intensifying bellicose rhetoric of North Korea (including threats to nuke the U.S.), we should keep in mind this might be another instance of Pyongyang’s "business as usual."