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Young Adult Novels: Art or Cash Cow?

By ANDREW QUINTANA / Contributing Writer

The summer movie experience this year was a little lackluster. With the exception of the typical kids’ films and superhero blockbusters, 2016’s summer lineup felt like it fell flat on its face. 555 more words

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Come Out and Swing!

By Sophia Hernandez / Contributing Writer

On a Friday evening in FSU’s Housewright Music Building, students of all ages and majors gathered to explore the art of swing dancing. 646 more words

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Campus Underground D&D

by Phoebe Sandlin

features editor

Since the start of the school year, at least four Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) games have sprung up on campus, prompting the creation of a small network of students all engaged in the wildly outlandish tabletop role-playing game (RPG). 592 more words

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COMM Club Returns

by Phoebe Sandlin

features editor

These days film and communicative media are at the center of popular culture and the language of the modern world. The new Film/COMM Club on campus plans to tap into that energy and grow into something amazing. 259 more words

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Flamenco at Mission San Luis: A Night of Passion

Have you ever felt like you were in a different place? As if you weren’t in Tallahassee in 2016, but rather in the rolling countryside of Spain? 758 more words

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MoFA Exhibitions: Roadtrip and Assemblage

FSU’s Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) opened two art exhibitions this summer that will continue to be on display until Sept. 18. Each exhibition offers a little something for everyone’s tastes. 353 more words

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2016 Spring Print Edition

The PDF below is a digital copy of our previous print edition. It features some of our best writing from the Spring 2016 semester, with topics ranging from an analysis on American culture, college athletics, and even about the local All Saints area and why it needs to stay weird – all put together and designed by Kathryn-Kay Johnson. 36 more words

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