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The power of Starbucks’ sharpies

By Kelyn Struiksma Last week, Starbucks attempted to address the racial inequality that exists in the United States. However, the efforts and encouragement of CEO Howard Schultz have come to an end and the caps of the black sharpies have been put on after a memo announcement this past Sunday. On Sunday, March 15, Starbucks

When Life Gives You… Tangerines?

By Kelyn Struiksma I kept myself busy over spring break catching up on homework and spending quality time with friends and family, but also made it a priority to take the time to sit, relax and simply, rejuvenate. Rejuvenation, in my life, is defined by starting the day off right: drinking a cup of coffee

If it’s not broke, don’t fix it

By Kelyn Struiksma Tina Fey continues to push her way through the comedic field and is refusing to let her influence on “30 Rock” be her end. On March 6, Netflix released “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” a new comedy series produced and written by Fey and Robert Carlock. The series was intended to air on NBC,

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