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From the big screen to the small screen: TV shows based on films

Mark Makowski, Opinion Co-Editor

February 6, 2017

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Have you ever been watching television and see a commercial for a new show based on your favorite movie? It is something we see more often in this era as we have essentially ran out of new ideas for TV show story lines. Now... Read more »

Hearts in February aren’t just for Valentine’s Day

Olivia Macdonald, Opinion Writer

February 6, 2017

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February is the month of love… for your significant other and your heart. That’s right, the little organ in your body has its own month to focus on being healthy and to be able to thrive for several years to come. Heart disease... Read more »

Major talent for minor amounts of people watching

Andre Spruell, Opinion Co-Editor

February 6, 2017

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Becoming a professional athlete is a difficult feat for anyone to accomplish, but being recognized as one of the best in the league is even harder. The four major professional sports in the U.S. are football, basketball, hockey,... Read more »

Oh my feet! Are dancers artists or athletes?

Amanda Bialek, LA&E Assistant Editor

February 6, 2017

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Dance has been part of my life since I was two years old. As a little girl, I fell in love with the tutus, pretty pink shoes and sparkles. My Saturday mornings were dedicated to dance and soon enough my life became consumed with... Read more »

Six ways to enjoy the winter season

Peyton Neishman, Opinion Writer

February 6, 2017

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It’s the most wonderful time of year. The New Year has just begun and everyone is ready to start the new semester. The winter season has just begun and it’s colder than ever. The streets and the trees are cover with this white... Read more »

Four weeks of freedom: Enjoying winter break

Olivia Macdonald, Opinion Writer

February 6, 2017

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Moans, groans, and friends reuniting fill the hallways when spring semester commences, with some being excited to be back and others dreading the next 15 weeks. Some students enjoy going home for the month to decompress, spend... Read more »

New year, same resolutions

Andre Spruell, Opinion Co-Editor

February 6, 2017

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A new year brings about a change in the actual year, but it also brings about optimism in people. “New Year New Me!” This is a quote often seen on the different platforms on social media as the previous year comes to... Read more »

Falcons vs. Patriots: Super Bowl LI: The Houston showdown

Mark Makowski, Opinion Co-Editor

February 6, 2017

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On Feb. 5, 2017, Houston will lift off with Super Bowl LI. The NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons (11-5) will face the AFC Champion New England Patriots (14-2). The Patriots and Falcons both had easy paths into the playoffs. New... Read more »

Ladies: Let’s keep it intersectional

Toni Pennello, Assistant News Editor

February 6, 2017

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The women’s marches happening all over the world are, in a word, inspiring. They, personally, give me hope that America has the potential to get on the right track, since its citizens have the power to protest a government that... Read more »

The cycle of celebrity drug and alcohol addiction

Andre Spruell, Opinion Co-Editor

November 15, 2016

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Fame brings about a following of admirers and fortune, which leads celebrities to turn towards things like drugs and alcohol. When it comes to fame, there are many celebrities who have made millions of dollars and can maintain... Read more »

Book Review: High Fidelity Does not receive high mark

Nicole Kutos, Opinion Writer

November 15, 2016

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Originally published in 1995, Nick Hornby’s novel High Fidelity was on my reading list for quite sometime before I got around to actually reading it. I had heard great things about this book and had enjoyed screen adaptations... Read more »

The stark reality for two fantasy football owners

Andre Spruell and Mark Makowski

November 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

For our last article of the semester, the Opinion Co-Editors wanted to write about something that we both love and enjoy in our world of sports. We decided to talk about our adventures this season with fantasy football. This... Read more »

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