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Music Review: Usher – Clueless

Posted January 27, 2015 by Megan Jones

While we wait for the new UR album, Usher’s team has got him dropping obnoxious singles like I Don’t Mind, and his manager and business partner Grace Miguel somehow found a new place for bling on her fourth finger. Who would have ever thought Usher would stoop to the old “we’re engaged” publicity stunt just […]

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Platform Case Competition 2015

Posted January 26, 2015 by Recultured Team

Are you looking for a real-world opportunity to showcase your social media skills? Do you want to prove you are the next marketing maven, and have an amazing experience to put on your resume? On March 14th-15th, 2015, join The Social Media Network for Platform, the 2nd annual intercollegiate Social Media Case Competition at Simon […]

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The ‘F’ Word

Posted January 23, 2015 by Recultured Team

There are key subjects that trigger lengthy debates among people today; in my opinion feminism leads the pack. Just like any other philosophy out there, there will be supporters and nay sayers alike. This, however, is not a problem. The issue is how we choose to approach discussing sensitive topics because that will largely frame the outcome.

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The Netflix Effect

Posted January 13, 2015 by Dalena Nguyen

The dawn of Netflix has brought on a new way to watch our favourite shows, however and whenever we want, and with that, it has developed a generation of binge watchers. Is this a good thing or a bad thing?

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Contemporary

A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall: Romance from the Outside Looking in

Posted January 12, 2015 by Dulce Rosales

A review of Sandy Hall’s short but sweet contemporary novel, A LITTLE SOMETHING DIFFERENT: A story told in 14 perspectives.

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