Politics Off My Body: The Abortion Rights Dispute Sparks Another Partisan Divide

Broadly, Americans visit the constitution in a non-partisan and bipartisan manner. However, with an unequal playing field prompted by politicians, Americans tilt towards political tendency. Continue reading Politics Off My Body: The Abortion Rights Dispute Sparks Another Partisan Divide

The Revival of Past Fashion Styles

In fashion, history definitely repeats itself. On social media platforms like TikTok and Pinterest, fashion trends from past decades have regained popularity and are now “trendy”. Styles like Punk from the 70s, Y2K from the 2000s, Bohemian from the 60s and 70s, and Rocker Chic from the 50s are a few of the styles that have found a new life on social media platforms. Continue reading The Revival of Past Fashion Styles

Multitasking: When it Works and When it Doesn’t

Whether it’s eating while reading or watching YouTube while studying for an upcoming exam, multitasking is a common habit for most. Despite its popularity, studies have shown that multitasking can not only hinder your efficiency on either task but can actually have cognitive repercussions. However, this doesn’t mean that you should never multitask as there are instances where multitasking can improve your performance. Continue reading Multitasking: When it Works and When it Doesn’t