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Vol. 4 Issue 50 | December 14, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Poor Professor What is it:A viral video shows a professor, who threw a holiday party in lieu of a final exam, in…

Vol. 4 Issue 49 | December 7, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Lauren Daigle What is it: The popular Christian singer put the Christian community in a tizzy with her recent response to the question of…

Vol. 4 Issue 48 | November 30, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Social Media Is…Good? What it is:New stats from Pew reveal that the overwhelming consensus among US teens ages 13-17 is that…

Vol. 4 Issue 44 | November 2, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Boy Erased What it is: Based on Garrard Conley’s memoir, this new movie tells the tragic story of the son of…

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Vol. 4 Issue 39 | September 28, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. This Week In Social Media… What it is:Snapchat announced new Visual Search, in which its camera detects products and automatically finds…

Vol. 4 Issue 27 | July 6, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Scorpion What it is: Hip hop superstar Drake released a double album this week, which gained 170+ million streams in its…

Vol. 4 Issue 24 | June 15, 2018

Something special for you this edition…The Culture Translator Premium is the most in-depth pop cultural analysis you can get from The CT team. More than just…

Vol. 4 Issue 23 | June 8, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Post Malone Who he is: A hip-hop artist who recently broke a 54-year-long Beatles record for most songs in the top…

Vol. 4 Issue 21 | May 25, 2018

Three Things This Week 1. Smartphone, Tamed What it is: Our new FREE video series devoted to helping you and your family reclaim dominion over technology…

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