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February 2020

All posts published in February 2020

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“Beginnings” A short story submission…

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Madelynn Johnson, Staff Writer Lash made her way up a hill and squinted at the horizon, a town visible a ways away. She grunted to herself in affirmation before taking a few swigs from her waterskin and continuing down the hill, using her staff to balance hers... More »

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The Power of the Single Shot: “1917” Review

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Seth Bogoslofski, Staff Writer The Dec. 25, 2019 released film, “1917,” took the movie world by storm, winning awards such as an Oscar for Best Achievement in Cinematography and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture in the drama category. As the film open... More »

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Terror in Barcelona… Part Two

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor As I said in my last column, everything happened so fast. One minute, I was waiting for my fellow peers to land at the Barcelona airport. The next, I was following a stranger into the airport parking garage with... More »

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Leap Day Everyday

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Maggie Buckley, Staff Writer We have all heard of movies, books and TV shows that deal with the “inspiring” day that is February 29. Characters seize the day, try to accomplish the impossible, admit to the love of their life their feelings. But, I think a... More »

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Five Dollars For A Box of Cookies: Is It Worth It?

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Justin Rankin, Business Editor February is coming to an end, March is on deck, bringing along with-it March Madness, Spring Break, and hopefully warmer weather. Oh, and who can forget: Girl Scout cookies. Every year, the Girl Scouts of America holds their ann... More »

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Decisions

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Olivia Burke, Staff Writer We make decisions every day: do I have time to go to the gym? Should I start that assignment now? What type of cheese do I want on my sandwich? However, not every decision we make throughout our day is that simple. Sometimes we are ... More »

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Spring Break on a Budget

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Joe Letizio, Staff Writer Picture this: Its finally spring break. The temperature is 90° and the beach is covered with people. As it begins to get hotter, so does the party scene as more people begin to walk in. While at the party, you begin to think back to ... More »

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Reflections on The Strokes: Bernie Sanders Rally

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Tom Angell, Staff Writer Have you ever been to a local basement show, where the vibe is just positive and happy? Where there is indie music blaring from a local band where you know half the members? In those moments you may think to yourself, “if only popul... More »

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Patience

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Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-In-Chief If you were to ask me something I’m bad at, I could tell you many things. I’m a procrastinator, I watch too much Netflix and I’m a *bit* dramatic (I know, probably more than a bit, but at least I admit it). Howe... More »

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Chiefs Claims First Super Bowl Win in 50 Years

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Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer Well, the NFL has officially crowned the champion of its 100th season. On Sunday, February 2nd, Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes outdueled Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers in a riveting, come-from-behind victory by a scor... More »