by Jane Huang

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Can Twitter be a mechanism to analyze the American political sphere?

Social media and politics have become inextricably intertwined. Spending on social media campaigns has reached records highs during recent election cycles, indicative of the rising influence of Twitter and Facebook on politics. Not only have large corporations caught on to the marketing power of social media platforms, our friends in the Capitol Building have too.

The American public has been thrust into its fair share of Twitter significance as pushed by chaos during Trump’s term in office. Besides the POTUS, however, members of Congress also recognize that Twitter is…


By Jane Huang

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In tackling climate change: lawmakers have their duty to pass more corporate regulations, corporations have the responsibility to adopt sustainable practices… and every American should take a look at what is on their plate.

According to a United Nations-backed 2020 study, global food systems — which include all processes related to the production, processing, distribution, preparation, and consumption of food — cause 37% of all greenhouse gas emissions.

So it’s clear that what we consume have a monumental effect on the impending pace of climate change. But what specific foods in particular are the best, or worst for the environment…

Jane Huang

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