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G.I. Joe #26 George Roussos original color guide art

Everybody knows Larry Hama has written about 250 G.I. Joe comics. And almost everybody talks about that famous issue that Hama drew. Well, did rough pencils on. 621 more words

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Ethnic Student Councils holds showcase, promoting life, liberty, and the pursuit of UNITY

Each year, the Ethnic Student Council hosts UNITY, a performance that welcomes ethnic groups from all corners of the earth to perform in front of their peers as a way to display their cultures. 523 more words

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Gatehouse façade damaged amidst inclement weather

The Gatehouse wall experienced a “partial spalling” on Monday, as students were informed by campus-wide announcement. The incident occurred at approximately 9:15 a.m., and campus police and facilities responded almost immediately. 377 more words

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Behind the Books and a window to Stevens history

The Honor Board, in conjunction with the Samuel C. Williams Library, hosted “Behind the Books,” an annual event for which rooms in the library normally not available to the public are opened, on Wednesday. 385 more words

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Vivi Bubble Tea: great at its own game

Back home in the Hudson Valley, there’s a small Japanese restaurant in a neighborhood (or whatever the rural equivalent would be) called Apple Valley. I was introduced to quite a few specialties there; I discovered my love for sushi, that there is such a thing as too much wasabi, and that soy sauce pitchers make no sense. 826 more words

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Mortal Kombat’s might tested: first impressions of X

I wasn’t planning on writing another article about a fighting game, including the “Mortal Kombat” series. However, even with my borderline ridiculous standards, “Mortal Kombat X,” the latest installment to this aged and considerably stale series, exceeds my expectations and steers the franchise into a positive direction. 580 more words

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Was I Wrong about "The End of Science"?

This month, Basic Books is publishing a new edition of my first book, The End of Science, originally released in 1996. My book has now sustained almost two decades of attacks, some provoked by genuine scientific advances, from the completion of the Human Genome Project to the discovery of the Higgs boson. 639 more words

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