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These were the hottest trends of Thanksgiving week. Speaking of hot, bet you didn’t know this about Hot Cheetos…

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Women in STEM Need 2 Laptops

Well, he won’t be asking that question again.

A Good Deed

A anonymous student left a note on a car that was hit by his/her bus. A helping hand and an insurance representative in the making if we ever saw one.

Lettuce Throw Out All the Romaine

The CDC sent out a warning against all romaine lettuce this week ahead of Thanksgiving. So definitely skip the side salad — or at the very least the romaine pie.

Congresswoman Dresses for Success

Newly elected Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez faced some significant political criticism this week regarding her…coat.

Ariana Teased 4 Movie References for Thank U, Next

Can you name them all?

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that’s all for today …. thank u, next 🖤🏈

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Amy Schumer’s Back on the Road

The standup comedian had to take an unexpected break from her tour this week when she was hospitalized due to pregnancy complications in her second trimester. But now she’s back and headed to Pittsburgh!

Don’t Say It

Don’t Say It

Don’t Say It

Say it.

Speaking of Hot Cheetos…

They make a great lipstick and an even better turkey seasoning.

“Everyone* Is Thrilled” — Jeff Bezos

Steve Carrell took on a Jeff Bezos impression last week to tell us that everyone (read: no one) is thrilled with Amazon’s choice of HQ2.

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Everyone* is thrilled.

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Mindy Kaling Had An Important Thanksgiving Day Reminder

*fashion show, fashion show, fashion show at lunch*

 

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Grace Cooper is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh where she studied Nonfiction Writing and Psychology. When she's not obsessively reading or writing about the news, you can probably find her eating too much pizza and watching When Harry Met Sally for the hundredth time.

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