John Carpenter| Society Staff | firstname.lastname@example.org
The developers of a new Kickstarter campaign have designed an umbrella that is a handle that projects mass amounts of air upward, toward the rain to protect its user from getting wet. They’re calling it the Air Umbrella.
China-based makers have exceeded their original estimated funding goal of $10,000 creating and marketing the revolutionary umbrella. This type of umbrella is such an old fashioned concept that it’s actually surprising that no tech-minded company has tried to design a more high-tech, modern version of it.
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Xinying Wang | Society Staff | email@example.com
“I love running, but not smog. I quit 2014 Beijing Marathon.” On the morning of Oct. 19, an hour before the Beijing International Marathon started, Dawei Chen, a running enthusiast who registered for this event, uploaded an image of him holding a sign with these words on a social media network. He’s not alone. Many people were discouraged from running the race.
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Leslie Termuhlen | Society Section | firstname.lastname@example.org
Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist and media critic, received death and rape threats in early October from a Utah State University student. Sarkeesian is not new to receiving threats, as bomb threats to her lectures are usually made. The newest threat was made the day before her lecture about female representation in the video game industry, in an email demanding the university to cancel her speech or there will be a massacre shooting.
The email read, “This will be the deadliest school shooting in American history and I’m giving you the chance to stop it.” The anonymous email then said, “Feminists have ruined my life and I will have my revenge.”
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Society Staff Writer | Jessica Sees | email@example.com
Many of us don’t understand how greatly the connection between our mind and body affects our stress levels and overall happiness. With midterms coming to an end and preparation for finals starting to creep over the horizon, this is the perfect time to start a weekly column on ways you can strengthen your connection to yourself and your Self (more to come on that distinction, trust me) in order to assure your sanity through the upcoming weeks.
As a meditation and self-awareness enthusiast, I can provide those interested in becoming more self-aware with some helpful hints and methods to point them in the direction of a more peaceful life. If this sounds like you, continue reading, my friend!
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Lifestyle Staff Writer | Hayley Ross | firstname.lastname@example.org
“Sleek, Sexy, Powerful.”
That is the motto of Piloxing, a new group fitness class at Ping this semester. The class repeats the motto at the end of every class, empowering its participants to reach their fitness goals.
Piloxing is a combination of dance, boxing and standing Pilates. The majority of the class is spent alternating between the three types of movement series and ends with a 15-minute strengthening and toning section, similar to Tighten and Tone (TNT), another group fitness class offered at Ping. Half-pound gloves can also be worn during the class to intensify the workout.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer | Isabella Karamol | email@example.com | @isabellakaramol
Internships can be a challenging thing to get a hold on for anyone. Whether you’re looking for one, applying for one or interviewing for one, it takes a lot out of a person. But with these tips, hopefully it can alleviate some stress for all the fellow internship searchers out there.
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Culture Editor | Jackie Petre | firstname.lastname@example.org | @jackie_janelle
College is supposed to be a time when you start searching for your future husband or wife. Although you may wish for elegant dates at fancy restaurants (or even moderately-priced restaurants), college just isn’t the time for that. Your bank account, if it is anything like mine, is probably too low to even think about going on a romantic date.
However, the thing about college is that you don’t need to go on a fancy, high- class date to get to know someone or have fun. This is the time to get creative and come up with some interesting and unique date ideas. Luckily, there are plenty of options at your fingertips that are super easy and won’t break the bank.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer | Laura Frey | email@example.com
This week we are profiling the men of Beta Theta Pi. Michael Goldman, a junior, who goes by Mikey, shares with us his time spent with Beta Theta Pi.
Name: Michael Goldman
Fraternity: Beta Theta Pi
Major: Finance and Pre-Law
Relationship Status: Exclusively talking to someone
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Culture Staff Writer | Katie Flowers | firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor Swift has FINALLY released her much-anticipated fifth album, 1989. 1989, Swift’s first pure pop album, was dropped on Monday at midnight, and I must admit, I’ve been obsessively listening to it ever since. With 1989, Swift has fully transitioned into a new era in her career.
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Culture Staff Writer | Emma McCallister | email@example.com
In the spirit of Halloween, the Campus Involvement Center added the new series “Detecting the Paranormal” to the lineup of “The How-To” series. Pat Quackenbush and Remington Quackenbush, members of the Haunted Hocking- Hocking Hills Investigation Team, hosted the spooky event.
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