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Sandhu ‘25: Shiny object syndrome plagues our generation

In a fast-paced world, our generation’s obsession with the new is pervasive. From the latest smartphone to fleeting fashion trends, we have grown up in a society caught in an incessant cycle of novelty. This fixation with the new has become deeply ingrained in our culture, shaping our consumer behaviors, ...

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Sandhu ’25: Is social media the puppeteer of our memories?

In a recent New York Times Magazine interview, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Charan Ranganath explains how memories are far more complicated than a chronological record of past experiences. He claims that “we update our memories through the act of remembering,” creating a biased sense ...


Sandhu ’25: Fear Of Many Opportunities

As you weave through parked cars and scattered shopping carts, the bold red lettering on the warehouse beckons you: COSTCO. At the door, you confidently display your membership card as a smiling employee welcomes you inside. Flat-screen TVs line the walls, displaying vivid images that catch your eye. ...

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