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Columnist discusses film versus literature

By Isaac Mathewson

Whenever a film adaptation of a famous book is released, there is almost always someone who’s quick to say “It’s not as good as the book.” Others, especially younger people, will say “You can’t understand the film unless you read the book.” 599 more words


New Setup and/or Transferring Mobile Service from iPhone 5s on AT&T to Samsung Galaxy S5 on Verizon


These instructions describe the steps involved for setting up a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. This example describes switching from an iPhone 5S on AT&T to a Samsung Galaxy S5 on Verizon. 2,393 more words

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CTR Podcast with Brett Quintyne, Episode 22. Interviews with Chandler Principal Larry Rother and Hamilton Baseball's Mike Woods.

In this episode, Brett Quintyne is joined by Fabian Ardaya and Ralph Amsden to discuss the baseball and softball seasons up to this point. Brett interviews first year Chandler principal Larry Rother about the path he took to heading up the Wolves’ administration, and where he thinks the school is headed. 66 more words

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On the record: A final letter from the editor

By Nicole Lafond

I’ve been recording reality since before I can remember.

It started as a hobby; I took notes during every sermon my father preached, I scribbled in my journal every night before bed, I wrote in the margins of my Lord of the Rings novels, I recorded class lessons and took notes at night to make sure I didn’t miss anything. 472 more words


Columnist urges readers to write their feelings out

By Danielle Shealy

A piece of paper can take us anywhere, but it’s deciding where we want to go that’s the hardest part.

Writing is the best addiction to ever have because it’s like our own personal psychologist. 521 more words


SOTD April 15th, 2014

Kodak to Graph: “I Keep Holding On”

Opening for Odesza on their first headlining tour, Florida native Kodak to Graph is appearing on blogs left and right. 36 more words

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Race to the Top No Cost Extension Fact Sheet

The Race to the Top No Cost Extension provides the opportunity for both the state and all participating RttT districts and community schools to continue to deepen and refine the commitments of the Race to the Top state Scope of Work into the 2014-2015 school year. 370 more words