Here are the top five pieces you missed from our creator last week:
By Javairia Haq
With the Democratic candidacy up for grabs, Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg has risen to the top of the pack. Some are excited and others are not. Do you think "Mayor Pete" would make a good "President Pete"?
2. You're Not Drunk — Coors Light Really Is Offering To Cover Your Dog Adoption Fees Until February 21
By Tyler Lyman
Yeah, you read that right. Hurry up, though! There are only a few more days left.
A big win for the LGBTQ community and a big move by Starbucks to show more representation in their advertisements. But is Starbucks doing enough for the LGBTQ community?
By Shreya Ghosh
This past week, Andrew Yang, the first Asian-American man to run for president as a Democrat, ended his presidential bid. Despite throwing in the towel, Yang helped inspire Asian-Americans in a way that will last beyond the 2020 election.
"A Dickinson College student by the name of Rose McAvoy published an article in the college's newspaper about her sexual assault and how poorly the college handled it. In the article, McAvoy recalls when her assault took place and just what happened to her in the months and year following."