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The Chris Botti Effect

By ANDREW QUINTANA / Staff Writer

To say I went to a Chris Botti concert this Valentine’s Day would be an egregious understatement. To say I merely witnessed a spectacular performance by one of the best trumpet players alive would also be somewhat disrespectful. 736 more words

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Dark was Lively...Again By: Margaritta Maria Fultz

Dark was lively;
Light was quick;
Humanity hovered over the candle stick.
Black was living;
White was thick;
A human race jumped over
the fire that was lit. 75 more words

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R. Kelly Ignites Tallahassee

By CATHERINE BUCKLER / Staff Editor &

Bryan Fisher / Staff Writer


“Do you have the tickets?”
“What? I thought they were in your purse.” 799 more words
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Spend Valentine’s Day with the Lovely Chris Botti

By ANDREW QUINTANA / Staff Writer

This Valentine’s day, treat yourself and your loved ones to a special performance by one of the most dynamic trumpet players to come around in the past twenty years. 308 more words

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The Real Cost of a Ride By: Stephanie Hoover

Don’t you miss the days when you could carpool with someone and throw $5-$10 a week for gas money at them? Unfortunately, gas is much more expensive and ride-bummers might not truly understand how much their ride is costing the owner. 621 more words

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Little Wocky By:Margaret Laupp

Welcome to the world of whimsy

Where the borogroves are mimsy

With vorpal blades and Frabjous days

Where you can’t outgrabe those mome rath babes… 71 more words

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Inclusion & Dialog Center Helps Celebrate Black History Month.

This February, the E&H Inclusion and Dialog Center is celebrating Black History Month with a busy schedule of movie screenings, lectures and lyceums. These events are meant to showcase African American History, as described by Area Coordinator and Director of Student Activities Josh Von Castle in his mass email announcement. 208 more words

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