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07 Aug 2017

Weird & Wonderful: What is the Future of Journalism?

Please listen to this newest podcast and share it. Also, make sure to subscribe. Links are below: itunes Google Play Soundcloud We have a really fantastic, double-sized, episode of the Weird and Wonderful Podcast for you this time, and it’s all focused on journalism. In this episode we have Laura Waxmann

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
07 Aug 2017

The Futility of Rock Climbing, and also Life

People invest a lot of time, money and effort climbing walls to nothing. This sisyphean hobby is the perfect metaphor for most of life. It’s hard, feelings of accomplishment are fleeting, and we don’t have to do it. The first time I went rock climbing was at summer camp. My parents

Kaytlin Bailey 0
04 Aug 2017

How Trump’s Twitter Threats are Upping the Cost of Healthcare

Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, has attracted both die-hard supporters who preach how it saved their lives and money along with opponents who passionately denounce the hefty premiums and mandatory coverage requirements. Whether you love it or hate it, here is the Layman’s explanation to what’s happening

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04 Aug 2017

5 songs to Listen to While Using NYC Transit (Or Walking Away From An Explosion.)

By Hannah Harkness NYC Public transit can be more stressful than the job you are using it to get to. But there are mental exercises you can do to help you through it. Yeah, okay, you’re not living in an action movie. But if you want to daydream that you

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28 Jul 2017

Get Your Hands on my Giant Package!

We know you beautiful, broke folks love free shit — and who doesn’t? So we’ve decided to put together our frist ever Broke-Ass Instagram Contest to help unite you with that good shit! Is it easy? Duh! Will there be rad prizes? You better believe it! Don’t believe us? Read on

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28 Jul 2017

The Dire Need for Vocational Classes in High Schools

There are many people with degrees who are not working in their field, drowning in student loans, and trying to survive. Are we in the age where a college education is becoming somewhat obsolete? I find people taking vocational/trade courses because they know that we will always need a plumber,

Joy Elan 0
24 Jul 2017

An Incomplete Rating of A New York City Summer

This is exactly what the title says it is. Regardless of your own personal preferences, most people have a strong opinion one way or another about New York City during the summer. Some people love it, while others can’t wait to get the hell out. This is an incomplete assessment

Jesse McGrath 0