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My Immortal lives forever, unfortunately

By Amber Lyons (Photo Editor)

Fan fictions, or fanfics, are stories created by fans of a fictitious universe who use its characters and settings to create their own plots and storylines. 551 more words

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The Consul: Kafkaesque or Orwellian?

By Reuven Pinnata (Staff Writer)

I have to confess that I was a bit let down when I first knew what the Seattle Opera was doing after their glorious production of Rigoletto. 1,239 more words

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To Peter Jackson, who needs to learn about women

By Caitlin Sussman (Graphic Designer/Copy Editor)

Dear PJ, can I call you PJ?

PJ, you’ve been a part of my life for many years. Since I was eleven, in fact, when I sat in Iowa’s smallest movie theatre in a down vest twice my size to watch The Fellowship of the Ring. 1,053 more words

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The picture worth $10,000

By Katherine Morgan (Staff Writer)

A photograph supposedly speaks a thousand words. However, after the recent controversy surrounding a $10,000 offer by Jezebel to Vogue for their untouched photos of Lena Dunham, creator and star of the HBO show Girls, the popular women’s blog will have to offer up a little more than a just a roll of film and a gung-ho apology on their website. 764 more words

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Watch Bellator 117 Lima vs Hawn Live Stream

Bellator MMA’s vacant welterweight title will be up for grabs on the same card as the lightweight tournament semifinals. Bellator 117 takes place April 18th at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, IA with an undercard webstreamed on Spike, a main card broadcast on Spike TV. 508 more words

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Watch Canadiens vs Lightning Live Stream - Game 2

The Canadiens went up 1-0 in the best of seven series with a 5-4 OT win on Wednesday, but despite out-shooting the Bolts 44-25 and looking dominant for most of the match, the game stayed tight the whole way through. 538 more words

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Nasty Nas celebrates 20th anniversary of "Illmatic"


Nasir “Nas” Jones celebrated  the 20th anniversary of his classic debut album, “Illmatic,” this past weekend  at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington D.C. 161 more words

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