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The Highlander's Hot Reads: May 28, 2015

HCPL’s TOP FICTION
1. Piranha by Clive Cussler
2. Radiant Angel by Nelson DeMille
3. I, Ripper: a novel by Stephen Hunter

HCPL’s TOP NON-FICTION… 74 more words

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Racial superiority across all races

December 2014

On vacation, you go into a gift shop, hoping for some token to remind you of place you visited. There’s a recurring theme on every shirt, keychain, and snowglobe: I Love . 926 more words

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The Highlander's Hot Reads: May 21, 2015

HCPL’s TOP FICTION
1. The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer
2. The Forgotten Room by Lincoln Child
3. Trauma by Michael Palmer

HCPL’s TOP NON-FICTION… 76 more words

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Advance to go: College Board's monopoly

April 2015

Take AP classes and take the SAT, because they’re vitally, irrefutably important for college.

Never mind the fact that the nonprofit, tax-exempt company’s president was set to make almost $750,000 in 2014. 677 more words

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Subconscious attractions: the preferences you don't know you have

May 2015

Are you thinking what you think you’re thinking?

Maybe not.

Subconscious preferences are a reality in the complex system of the human mind and behavior. 749 more words

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Male sexual assault: it's not all about the damsel in distress

March 2015

“Guys don’t just get pulled into alleys by girls.”

Men are big and strong. Men are powerful and able. But despite those stereotypes, men are raped too. 807 more words

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Dealing with concussions head on

January 2015

There’s no such thing as a “little” concussion.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention defines a concussion as “a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works.” 900 more words

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