Should Facebook have a 'dislike' button?

With advancements in technology, along with vast updates and upgrades, comes customer accommodation. We saw Apple consumers persuade Apple to finally include a middle finger emoji as an option on the keyboard. Facebook, however, isn’t as easily convinced by its consumers that the "dislike" button is a good idea.

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Review: 'Thor: Ragnarok'

If you’re like most of humanity and you haven’t spent your life obsessing over comic books, you probably can’t help but see the premise of the "Thor" movies as ridiculous. Given that the series and its "Avengers" tie-ins revolve around a millennia-long family feud between viking gods (who are actually just magic aliens who don’t believe in haircuts), you probably have a point there.

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Why owning a dog is good for your health

When a dog is being walked around campus, it’s usually swarmed by giddy college students who desperately miss their furry companions. Of course, owning a dog has its pros and cons, and while having a "cuddle buddy" is high on the pros list, dogs have much more to offer. In fact, studies have shown that dogs increase the mental and physical health of their owners. 

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We need to stop misusing the term 'trigger warning'

Mental illness is something that we all at one point or another experience in our lives. It’s a problem that permeates our culture, and we do need to figure out why it’s so prominent, but that’s for another day. What I’d rather focus on is the strange reaction we have toward things relating to these mental illnesses, specifically things called "triggers."  

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A 'fresh' take on healthy, vegetarian living

In the U.S., we are overwhelmed with the idea of choice. We have so many options in front of us all of the time that it is hard to say no. This holds true for the food available to us, too. We have Chinese food, Italian food, Polish food and so much more. We have extra-large fries and half-pound burgers around every corner. While at face value these choices seem to be beneficial, I think the stereotypical American diet does more harm than good.  

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