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Opinion: High school relationships are not what they seem

Opinion: High school relationships are not what they seem

September 6, 2019

As teenagers transition into their high school years, they are faced with the overwhelming pressure to date someone based on societal expectations. Books and movies portray a mess...

Evolving interface of Fashion Week bridges gap between designer and consumer

Evolving interface of Fashion Week bridges gap between designer and consumer

February 22, 2017

From New York to London and Milan to Paris, Fashion Week 2017 is well underway across the globe. Traditionally, Fashion Week presents only the most luxurious designers excl...

Humans and animals continue a 32,000-year-old relationship

Humans and animals continue a 32,000-year-old relationship

January 14, 2016

It is no secret that today’s society places great value on pets, whose adorable personalities often lure those in need of a friend to either adopt or buy them. In fact, their fluffy little faces are so irresistible that, in 2012, 36.5 percent of the U.S. population owned dogs and 30.4 percent owned cats. Sophomore Aliana El Shawa, the owner of nine pets, said, “Pets are really funny and great, so it’s easy to see why they are so popular.” But how did the relationship between humans and animals start?

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