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Four reasons to go see ‘Split’

  This month’s focus is on Split, the new thriller by M. Night Shyamalan. There are limited spoilers contained in the review below consisting of mainly background information and . These reasons hopefully give enough context to decide whether or not this movie is worth the view. Reason 1: Split has an excellent story, Kevin … Continue reading

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January Book Review: The Lifeboat Clique and Between Shades of Grey

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Caffeine can cripple consumer health

While many Americans monitor their diet for calorie, fats, protein, or vitamin intake, they should also be watching how much caffeine they consume. Caffeine can be a tasteless, “silent killer,” often being ingested without knowing it, resulting in a number of unknown problems and health risks. As a health.com article by Sarah Klein reads, “Since … Continue reading

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Annual pro-life movement set to go

Signs reading “Peace begins in the womb” and “Abortion stops one heart and breaks another” line the streets of Washington, D.C. every year during the anniversary of the legalization of abortion on Jan. 22, 1973. For the past 44 years, thousands of people protest the current legislation that allows abortions in all 50 states. It … Continue reading

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Students attend the 59th annual Mardi Gras Pageant and Dance on Feb. 19, 2017. Christiane Hazzard was crowned the Mardi Gras Queen and Jacob Fries was named King.

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