Posts by Madyson DeJausserand

Madyson DeJausserand

Madyson DeJausserand is a Video Editor at My Modern Met Academy and a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met. She is also an award-winning filmmaker who graduated from Oakland University with a BA in Cinema Studies with a specialization in Filmmaking. Her passions for filmmaking and art bleed into her everyday life and she devotes her time to developing her voice as a filmmaker, writer, artist, and editor.
February 5, 2023

This Device Will Verify if You Actually LOL’d at Your Friend’s Joke

Initialism, aka the abbreviation of letters, is common speak on the internet. But, it might not always be the most accurate. Otherwise, the early 2010s would have been plagued with thousands of people actually rolling on the floor, hysterically laughing. Although it’s not required to follow the internet slang you use to a T, hilarious inventor Brian Moore plans on changing that.

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January 30, 2023

Frankie Muniz Becomes a Full-Time Race Car Driver

If you were ever a fan of the TV sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, you may be familiar with Frankie Muniz, the actor who played the titular character. However, what may come as a surprise is his sharp pivot from acting. During his childhood of successful acting, he found an intense love for race car driving. He fondly recalls meeting his racing heroes in his late teens and wanting to join them on the track.

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January 11, 2023

Man Remarkably Takes Picture of Himself Every Single Day for 15 Years

Perusing photo albums is a fun way to look back on years past; seeing what friends and family looked like so long ago, the clothes you’d all wear, the adventures you’d have. For Jordan Wilson, he wanted something a bit more accurate and tangible. At just 13 years old, he decided he would take a picture of himself every single day. And for the next 15 years, he did just that.

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January 6, 2023

Pope Francis to Return 2,500-Year-Old Parthenon Sculptures Back to Greece

Embed from Getty Images Pope Francis has announced that the Vatican will return three 2,500-year-old Parthenon artifacts back to Greece. This serves as the latest case of Western museums heeding to the call for restitution of artifacts to their countries of origins. It also serves as a historic step toward the reunification of the surviving Parthenon sculptures.

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