The increasing competition amongst various television networks has led to the emergence of programs that discuss more soft news, which is defined as lifestyle and appealing gossip stories instead of legitimate societal problems.
For many of us, coffee is the single most motivating thing that gets us up in the morning. We’re all more than familiar with the feelings of increased alertness and motivation that follow a cup of joe.
Reality TV shows have become extremely popular in recent years. “American Idol,” “The Voice” and “Dancing With the Stars” are often the subjects of many conversations amongst young Americans.
Since Facebook’s launch in 2004, it has been one of the most controversial means of communication.
“Here go all of my summer savings,” I thought as I swiped my credit card to pay for my required textbooks. According to a recent USA Today study, textbook prices have increased more than 82 percent in the past decade.