Coffee Rivals

By: Jessica Enchauetegui It’s late Tuesday evening in North Jersey. The local Dunkin Donuts parking lot is eerily empty and a lone worker can be seen slowly sweeping the store from the outside window. At first, one might assume that the level of inactivity at the popular franchi
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Movies on Campus

By: Jonathan Chan You’re almost late, out of breath, and nearing the escalator in front of Jay Express that leads up to the first floor. Rushing to get to class and thinking you can make it in the next three minutes, when you’re stopped by a man blocking the entrance. He si
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The Struggle of Success

By: Jamely Rosa They tell you to picture the audience in their underwear. It’ll help, they say. You laugh on the outside, but in the inside, your heartbeat is racing rapidly. It taunts you, so much so that the thought of death is less frightening than speaking in publi
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The Art of Trendsetting

Imagine walking to the center front of a stage with the spotlight directly beaming on you. Everyone in the audience is watching. Your worse critic is front row. Don’t screw up. You can’t screw up. A handful of individuals, if not all, have certainly felt like this at some point in the
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