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“In The Streets” Visit

FSU’s very own Museum of Fine Arts is a wonderful place full of beautiful, colorful and wildly abstract pieces of art. But upon walking downstairs, one is faced with an ocean of black and white. 558 more words

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Wakulla Springs

At Wakulla Springs, the boat takes a turn around an island of vegetation in the river in order to head back to the dock. As we go broadside to the current, a scene of sparkling water opens up. 591 more words

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Dimming Broadway

On Tuesday, September 9, at 6:45 pm, seven out of 40 Broadway theaters finally dimmed their

marquee lights in honor of the performer, Joan Rivers. It was not until the public campaigned for her honor including celebrities such as Cyndi Lauper, Harvey Fierstein and Donna Murphy, that Broadway executives decided to reverse their initial decision to not dim the lights as tribute to the legendary actress. 302 more words

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Beyoncé and Feminism

Unless your name is something common like Alex, Ryan or Emma, don’t expect autocorrect to automatically capitalize your name. It’ll probably change your name into some weird word that is nowhere near your name. 478 more words

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A Floor Divided

On October 10 to the 12 the FSU Swing Dance Club will host A Floor Divided, a weekend Lindy Hop workshop and social dance. The event is geared toward complete beginners, seasoned veterans, and everyone in between. 394 more words

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Top Five Wardrobe Malfunctions

Move over Janet Jackson and Tara Reid, there are some new nip slip queens in town. Here is a list of five wardrobe malfunctions from the past few years we think deserve some attention. 348 more words

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