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Are We Losing a Generation to Opioids?

Joyce and Calvin McGinn are the types of people who make an impression. Their numerous credentials and years working as medical professionals make their passionate speech about SUD all the more magnetic.
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Why Chicago is the Next Digital Behemoth

  When it comes to rising above adversity, Chicago is a city with a history like no other. What began in the 19th century, in the midst of a booming economy, is a spark for innovation that still energizes industries today. We’re taking a look

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George H.W. Bush: A Farewell to a Man of Respect

Last month the world bade farewell to George H.W. Bush. The 41st President of the United States will forever be remembered as a man with strong values and a defender of principles. We’re taking a quick retrospect into his personal life, style, and the qualities

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Why You Should Be Paying Attention to Holiday For Hope

No matter which winter holiday you choose to partake in (Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, etc) the act of giving is important. This is the time of year when we show gratitude for the people who have supported us and kindness for complete strangers.Holiday for Hope is

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Why You Should Be Thanking Millennials

There are a lot of negative connotations attached to the word millennials. You’ve probably heard that they’re lazy, self-centered, and are killing mayo. I can already hear some of you grinding your teeth at the thought. But before you do that, first we need to

ART

The Life of Vincent Van Gogh: Part 2

In our recent art appreciation series, GREY has been giving abridged versions of art history lessons. We’ve been focusing on different artists and styles that hail from different areas of the world in hopes that our readers will gain some artistic and historical wisdom. Besides,

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ART

Woodblock Printing and Life in the Floating World

Here at GREY, we’ll be starting a series that gives abridged versions of art history lessons. Focusing on different styles that hail from different areas of the world, so you can gain cultural and historical knowledge, and also be able to show off the next

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History of Men’s Golf Fashion

Picture yourself in the early 1500s standing along the green moors of Scotland with a golf ball at your feet. You hold a sturdy wooden club in your hands and pull your tweed jacket tighter as a strong gale blows up from the sea. As

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Talk Golf To Me

Why golf is so popular with managers is a mystery that may never be answered. Is it the long stretches of time spent standing, the momentary flashes of skill and action, or the fact that driving a golf cart is really really fun? Whatever the

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Small Dot, Big Step

Dear members, There are moments that define a man’s life. The first time he moves away from home. The first time he holds his child in his arms. These are pinnacle moments that shape him into the man he is meant to become. For dotGREY,

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Fourth of July, Undefined

The Fourth of July, or Independence Day, had been a federal holiday since 1941. It’s become the a huge holiday for travel, either to a beachy location, or somewhere new to see how independence is celebrated. However, different locations all over find new, strange ways

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Nostalgia and History with the FIFA World Cup

The 21st World Cup is coming up this Thursday and although we won’t be rooting for team USA (the guys didn’t make it this year), that doesn’t mean that there is no reason to be excited about such a global event! The FIFA World Cup

STYLE

Spotting Style at the Time 100

The Time 100 Gala celebrated this year’s most influential members of culture. From politicians and activists to movie stars and athletes there were some inspired fashion choices. We chose our top 3 favorite male looks for the evening for your viewing pleasure. John Krasinski John

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Meet Ghana’s First Skate Crew

Here in the US, it’s not uncommon to see skateboarders on the streets, sidewalks, and parks. Lots of kids get their first board at a young age and embrace a culture that is inherently edgy and alternative. But, when looking at other countries, it becomes

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Marc Jacobs Gets Engaged with a Flash Mob and Mexican Food

On April 6th Marc Jacobs posted a video of him and his longtime boyfriend, Charly DeFrancesco, getting engaged. The proposal itself was eventful and posted on social media where it quickly became a sensation. How it Went Down It may seem strange that Jacobs, an esteemed fashion designer,

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