Sadie Gribbon

Millennials Would Trade Their Vote to Erase Student Debt
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Millennials Would Trade Their Vote to Erase Student Debt

By Sadie Gribbon Half of Millennials, 49.8 percent, would give up their right to vote for two terms in return for eradicating their student debt. Yes, their right to vote. According to a recent survey by the student loan site credible staggering results that exemplified what Millennials value: technology and socializing. No shocker there. But…

3 Reasons Why Millennials Aren’t Tying The Knot
Lifestyle

3 Reasons Why Millennials Aren’t Tying The Knot

By Sadie Gribbon Millennials are marrying and having children at much later stages in life than the generations before them. Being nurtured through technology, Millennials have seen what the world has to offer and they aren’t ready to settle as easily as generations before. Millennial women are marrying at an average age of 26 and…

Millennial-Only Cruises to Set Sail in 2018
Travel

Millennial-Only Cruises to Set Sail in 2018

  “No cruise for you!” U by Uniworld restricts new cruise lines to Millennials only By Sadie Gribbon Every stereotype you have ever heard about millennials is now being brought to you: cruise-ship-style. U by Uniworld has released their millennial-only cruise lines to launch in 2018;  with craft coffee bars, yoga classes, unlimited wifi access…

3 Reasons Why Millennials Embrace Being The ‘Slash Generation’
Business

3 Reasons Why Millennials Embrace Being The ‘Slash Generation’

By Sadie Gribbon Gen Xer’s and Baby Boomers have coined the term for working Millennials as the “slash generation,” and although they constantly criticized for their work ethic, Millennials embrace this label with open arms. While the nickname has a negative connotation, many Millennials take pride in it. Being a slasher means one isn’t just a…

Millennials: The Most Utilitarian Generation?
Business

Millennials: The Most Utilitarian Generation?

By Sadie Gribbon With a rise in socially conscious companies, crowd funding and grammy-winning artists refusing to sign to labels, Millennials might just be the most utilitarian generation of time. There is a deontological riddle that spews out of most every philosophy and social science professor in college; the train riddle. No, this isn’t going…

Trump vs. Schiff; POTUS Calls Pasadena Congressman ‘Sleazy’ in Twitter War
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Trump vs. Schiff; POTUS Calls Pasadena Congressman ‘Sleazy’ in Twitter War

By Sadie Gribbon The ex-reality television host, President Donald J. Trump, attacked Los Angeles County Representative Adam Schiff calling him “sleazy” for spending too much time on TV and pushing the Democrats “loss excuse” of the Russia investigation. Schiff is renowned for questioning the current establishment via twitter, screenshotting tweets from Trump’s personal account and…

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