Category: Events

Possible Outcomes of the Parkland, Florida Shooting

Shooting At High School In Parkland, Florida Injures Multiple People

As heartbreaking as it is to say, on Valentine’s Day, a 19-year-old former student of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida entered his alma mater and proceeded to murder 17 people, many of whom were innocent teenage students. As with previous massacres, several questions and hypotheses have come up surrounding the shooter, with particular… Read More

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

This past year’s news cycles have been dominated with more stories of sexual assault, harassment and misconduct than anyone thought previously possible. Influential people across almost every industry segment have been implicated in stories of harrowing assault and misdeeds. Whether it were the atrocities committed by brave individuals by men of power like Harvey Weinstein… Read More

A New Dawn, A New Donut: Dunkin Donuts Opens New Concept Store in Quincy, Massachusetts

An image of a barrister at the new dunkin donuts concept store in Massachusetts

With the restaurant industry constantly evolving, countless restaurant chains may end up adapting to the change by trying a variety of options such as new policies and items on the menus, new concepts and designs within the restaurant and integration with mobile technology for the tech-obsessed customers — or in the case of Verts Mediterranean… Read More

No YouTubers or Tweeters Welcome: Dublin Hotel Bans Social Media Influencers

An image of elle darby (youtube blogger) and white moose cafe

As it turns out, the hospitality industry might not be the biggest fans of social media personalities, particularly following a strange encounter between a YouTuber named Elle Darby and The White Moose Hotel in Dublin. On January 16, The White Moose Hotel posted on their Facebook page, an email from the health and beauty YouTuber essentially requesting… Read More

The Second Women’s March: Still as Meaningful and Important

A picture of Women’s March 2018

2016 was a whirlwind of a year and that common feeling that millions share extend beyond the hurricane of destruction, personal attacks and offensive comments known as the Clinton/Trump presidential election. In 2016, we saw undeniable proof that racial and gender-based injustices are still alive and thriving.   The Brock Turner case is one perfect… Read More