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"It’s not enough to be busy; so are the ants. The question is: what are we busy about?" — Henry David Thoreau

CLUMP 2016: Between Hillary and Donald, does it even matter?

As Clinton and Trump face off in their first presidential debate against each other tonight, many young voters—including first-time voters— are deciding to either not vote or cast a protest vote for a third party. This holds true especially among African American and Latino youth who may feel disenfranchised by both major party candidates. 

But even if you feel neither of the candidates represents all your interests, There are clear differences in the two White House wannabes’ economic policy. Here are two of them:

Minimum wage: Clinton supports a national increase to $12 an hour ($15 in some locations), while Trump believes it is up to the states, not federal government, to decide.

Taxes: Trump proposes across-the-board cuts with larger cuts for wealthier taxpayers. Clinton wants to maintain current tax programs with some increases for wealthier taxpayers.

You've never been on a hayride like this before!

The best way to kick off Fall is by jumping on one of the most extreme hayrides of your life.

For Melissa Carbone, it’s not just about the ghouls and goblins that lurk in her haunted hayrides, but the story and theme behind them.

She's the CEO and president of Ten Thirty One Productions, the company behind Los Angeles and New York Haunted Hayrides. These attractions are the biggest hayrides in the country, and Carbone expects them to terrify nearly 130,000 people between both locations this year.

But what makes these hayrides so popular?

Each year, Carbone and her team wipe the slate clean and invent new ways to scare people. One year, the L.A. hayride was based on actual events (think: serial killers, Salem witch trails and Medieval devices). Another year, they made it rain (fake) blood at one attraction.

This year, the L.A. hayride is all about secret societies. And, for the first time ever, the participants will be divided into two groups and take separate journeys – one for the elite and one for the deranged. Additionally, the audience will be able to get off the ride and confront the characters of past hayrides on foot.

If you weren’t scared before, you should be now.  

Apple's new innovative patent: a paper bag
Alright, the iPhone 7 could have had a better reception. While the iconic phone is becoming increasingly indestructible, obituaries for the loss of the headphone jack are rivaling that for Steve Jobs himself. The public has become so desperate that people are taking a drill to the phone (Inadvisable).        
But Applephiles shouldn’t fret, the company is still staying fresh. You might have noticed that the store’s trademark bags are often flimsy – this is because of the high level of bleach used to keep them stark white. According to a patent application applied by the company, “the paper bag may include a bag container formed of white solid bleached sulfate paper with at least 60% post-consumer content.” Maybe the souped-up bags are in preparation for the amount of extra Bluetooth earbuds people will be losing.
Looking for the highest paying bachelor's degrees? Become an engineer!

People often debate the purpose of college. Is it to build intellectual curiosity and critical thinking? Or maybe the point of education is to create an informed population of citizens. If you think these explanations are BS and know in your heart of hearts that college is just a stepping stone to making some serious cash after four years, here are a few majors you should consider:
  • Petroleum Engineering - mid-career wage: $172,000. Forget about climate change, it’s time to drill baby drill. Some might think the job is crude, but your salary will keep the economy well-oiled.
  • Systems Engineering - mid-career wage: $121,000. If you’re looking for a fancy title that both confuses and impresses people at the same time, this is the major for you. Does anyone know what Systems Engineers actually do?
  • TIE between Actuarial Science and Chemical Engineering - mid career wage: $116,000. A non-engineering major made the top 3! As an actuary, you’ll implement statistics to assess risk—and maybe also utilize complex mathematical equations to figure out how many more years before you can retire and never look at a spreadsheet again.

This YouTube superwoman is fighting back 'mean girls' with love
Lilly Singh is “IISuperwomanII” on YouTube to her 9.8 million subscribers, and now she’s working  to be a real hero to her young fans with Girl Love, her new campaign to stop “mean girls” online and IRL. 

Singh, a 30 Under 30 honoree and top earning YouTube star with $2.5 million in earnings, says the spirit behind Girl Love is “to make the idea of supporting women cool because I feel we’re so trained to think that ‘Mean Girls’ is how life should actually be.” Now she’s bringing that message to her massive online audience, with help from some prominent women role models. An episode shot with First Lady Michelle Obama will come out later this month. 

“That’s my comedic educational fun,” says Singh. “Like, ‘Hey, check out these episodes. We’re promoting Girl Love. The people you look up to, Michelle Obama and many others they believe in Girl Love.’”
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