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Our View: Enjoy your day with your loved ones

February 10, 2011
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Next Monday marks what is, for most people, the single most romantic day of the year; the celebration of Saint Valentines Day. The day when couples all across America celebrate and rejoice in the love that they have found for each other. People all across America will be sending flowers, hearts, and candies. Romantic candles…

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Commentary: Halftime show was barely super

February 10, 2011
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I’m going to be blunt in saying I would have rather have gone hunting with Dick Cheney on a foggy morning than watched the Super Bowl halftime show; strike that, I would rather be locked in a room full of sharp objects with Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and Jack The Ripper than be subjugated to…

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Commentary: Current music is better than we think

February 10, 2011
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Justin Bieber’s new film comes out tomorrow. Now, I’m not going to spend the rest of this article defending either him, or his music.  I’m merely mentioning him to help highlight something; the fact that people complain about the current state of music far too much. Artists such as Bieber and Miley Cyrus are often…

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Commentary: Always say Bieber

February 10, 2011
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Get your hair ready to flip, turn your 59fifty backwards, put your hoodie up, and get ready for the ride of your life. It’s Justin Bieber time. His 3d movie extravaganza, Never Say Never, opens in theatres Friday, February 11. Justin Bieber, the 16-year-old Canadian singing sensation is making his debut on the big screen,…

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Our View: Remember key figures For Black History Month

February 4, 2011
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It is February. That means several things. It’s the shortest month of the year. It brings really, really big, scary, awesome snowstorms with it. But, arguably, the most important, aspect of this month is the fact that it is Black History Month. This is the month where we celebrate many of the most important, yet…

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Commentary: Snow day barely worth closing snowbank

February 4, 2011
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I was ridiculously excited to hear that we were facing a blizzard of epic, incredible proportions. I was looking forward to saying I lived through the blizzard of 2011, of telling stories about how incredibly awesome it was. The snowball fights in blinding wind, sheets of snow so thick you can barely see through them,…

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Review: “Revolution” fails to revolutionize

February 4, 2011
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“Mindjack” is a new franchise developed by Square Enix, the makers of the Final Fantasy series, the Kingdom Hearts series, and the soon to be released game “Deus Ex: Human Revolution.” The story of this game revolves around a futuristic technology-driven society with crumbling governments, corruption, conspiracy and mind control. This game allows your character…

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Commentary: Give AC some love

February 4, 2011
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When I walk the Adrian College campus, I hear of people wanting to transfer to a larger university. Every day it seems like someone is complaining of how nothing goes on at AC, or how this institution is too small. I am urging Adrian College students to not forget that private colleges have many advantages…

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Commentary: A look back

December 1, 2010
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It feels like just a couple weeks ago that I stepped onto campus, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, ready to take on the trials that come with college living. And now I find myself only one day away from graduation, taking my first steps out into the real world. It’s terrifying. But I acknowledge it is a…

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Commentary: Buy your parents their youth

December 1, 2010
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The holiday season is here. Stores are lined with festive decorations, Christmas songs are playing on the radio, and discounts on toys, bath products, and other gifts are appearing everywhere. Finding presents for friends and siblings is easy enough, but if you’re like most students, you’re scratching your head as to what to get your…

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