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Plot Twist: Espresso is fake

Your alarm buzzes, and you reach for the snooze button. It’s time to wake up, but this morning you’re extra tired. So instead of the usual cup of coffee, you decide to go for an espresso. But contrary to popular belief, an espresso doesn’t give

What not to wear: how to avoid unethical brands

Adidas, Forever 21, Walmart, Zara, Urban Outfitters, H&M. What do all these stores have in common—other than being heavily frequented this holiday season? The unfortunate reality is that they all use sweatshop labor, underpay workers or in some other way mistreat their employees. Human exploitation

iReview the iPhone X

First the headphone jack, now the home button. Apple has made some questionable changes to their phones in the past few years, some of which have definitely paid off. These positive changes are most evident in one of their most sought after phones, the iPhone

Parental pressure in the eyes of NHS students

For Northwood students, stress isn’t a temporary event—it’s a state of being. I can hardly name even a fraction of the stressors in our lives: tests, quizzes, essays, homework, college applications, performances, conferences, games, tournaments…and, unfortunately, parents. Too often, students remain silent about the pressure

A PSA about PSLs: unhealthy ingredients

This is the time of year for a concoction of caffeine, milk, cinnamon, nutmeg and a whole load of sugar…also known as one of Starbucks’s most popular seasonal drinks, the famous Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL). While this special delight appeals to our taste buds, what