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March Book Review: The 5th Wave and Solitaire

Disclaimer: The following review may contain some spoilers revolving around the plot and background. In these reviews I will rate the books in a starring system. 5/5 Stars: This book will land in my all-time favorite book list and you should stop what you are doing and read it, no matter what. 4/5 Stars: You … Continue reading

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Over-sexualization threatens cultural decency

A commercial plotline runs as follows: A beautiful, blonde, young woman walks into a room. She is dressed in ripped skinny jeans, a high crop top, and tight leather jacket, paired with accessory sunglasses and matching lipstick, and she carries a fast food bag that she sets on the table. She perches on the couch, … Continue reading

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Four reasons to decide to see ‘The Shack’

This month’s movie focus is on The Shack. There are limited spoilers contained and even though this movie wasn’t one that I would see again, you can decide for yourself.   Reason 1: The Shack deals with mature subjects of faith and grief. The main character is Mack, who between issues of his father beating him … Continue reading

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Hit producer’s debut solo album set to release in March

Hit-maker and emerging solo artist GAWVI is set to release his debut full-length album, We Belong, on March 31. “What I do is just an extension of who I am,” GAWVI said. “We Belong is my heartbeat. It’s my declaration that everyone has a unique purpose and plan.” Born to an El Salvadorian father and … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week

Senior Seonjin Kim admires the multi-language freedom graffiti on display at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in downtown Cincinnati on March 21. While the senior class was on their field trip, the freshmen and sophomores took the IOWA test and juniors took the ACT.

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