Author Archives: Natalia Weiner

About Natalia Weiner

Writing Major and Communication Minor at Loyola University Maryland. Intern at EMC Blue!

Worse Than Wall Street: Trading Diplomas for Dollars

  Kids learn from an early age that nothing in life is free. Life is an investment. But this doesn’t crack the windows of sheltered childhood realities until we are being shipped off via U-Hauls to college; the first time … Continue reading

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Will Winning Gold Guarantee Millions? Not Quite

The 17 days of the Olympics could be considered the most watched sporting event worldwide. In London, it is the most watched sporting event on record; 50 million people tuned in, representing 87% of the population. Even 15.9 million Brits … Continue reading

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Who Will Return to the 2016 Olympic Games?

As the two week mark of the Olympics draws to a close, many are wondering what the future holds for the champions of today. Most decorated Olympian in history, Michael Phelps, has emphatically stated that this will be his last … Continue reading

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Treadmill Stress Test Proven Inaccurate: Why Keep Using It?

Last week, the New York Times reported that stress tests were inaccurate at detecting heart disease. The article read, “The United States Preventive Services Task Force, joined the call by recommending against routine testing with electrocardiograms, or EKGs, in people … Continue reading

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Chinese Gold Medalist Accused of Doping

In a sport where first place and second place are determined by thousandths of a second, needless to say all eyes were on the water when the swimmers dove off the block at the start of the 2012 London Olympic … Continue reading

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Suspicions Flare Over The Dark Knight Rises Shooting

The latest tragedy that has shattered the hearts of Americans has sparked nation-wide controversy not only over what should be done with “Dark Knight” Colorado shooter, but what this means for our country during this pivotal election year. James Holmes, … Continue reading

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Holocaust Victim Descendants Suing Banks for Lost Assets

It has come time in the history of the world that almost all survivors of the Holocaust have passed away. However, its impact is still affecting millions. Survivors would be extremely lucky to have escaped with the clothes on their … Continue reading

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Kate Upton: Too Fat for Fashion?

Models are idolized and admired in our society, but none more than Victoria Secret’s Angels; heaven sent, perfect-bodied, long-legged goddesses who grace the runways in lacy lingerie for the world to see. Recent recruit to the Angel’s team is Kate … Continue reading

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Lochte vs. Phelps: Who Will Come Out On Top?

At the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Michael Phelps couldn’t be beat; eight gold medals and he is back again to defend his titles in London. But there is someone hot on his tail, Ryan Lochte, six time Olympic medalist (three … Continue reading

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Arizona Man Arrested for Holding Religious Services in his Home

Michael Salman, a man living in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, is facing two months of jail time and a $12,000 fine for holding a weekly religious service at his home. But chief Assistant City Prosecutor Vicki Hill denies any … Continue reading

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