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Classic storylines are losing potency due to reversioning

January 30, 2013

Vampires, werewolves, and witches, oh my! Pop culture is always searching for the next big trend. With the conclusion of the “Twilight” series, teens and young adults find themselves asking what is next. The answer seems to ...

Meet the sideline chicks in politics

January 30, 2013

As of late, it seems the media had put a positive spin on controversial relationships. Society’s lust for drama and vicious gossip has begun to overshadow the morals and values many of us have been raised with.   Take a look at ABC’...

Ask a black guy

January 30, 2013

Do guns kill people or do people with guns kill people? Guy1:  Definitely people with guns.  Guns cannot do damage unless a person pulls the trigger.  It is really that simple.  I feel that if people were more educated on...

Truthers’ deem the Newtown shooting a conspiracy theory

January 23, 2013

It has been a little more than a month since the nation was shaken by the Newtown, Conn. shooting that left 20 children and six adults dead. In good American tradition it didn’t take long for conspiracy theorists to rationalize a ...

Obama speaks on change

January 23, 2013

On the eve of Inauguration Day, White House political strategist David Plouffe promised that President Obama’s inaugural address would include a call for bipartisan cooperation. “He is going to say that our political system do...

Collegiate studies do not define intellectual status

January 23, 2013

Students from A&T’s engineering department happily sport “Get a Real Major” t-shirts. Though the shirts carry a lighthearted undertone, one cannot deny the condescending view of non-math and science related majors on our ca...

Complex housing

December 3, 2012

After sophomore year, the coin laundry, overbearing roommates and gross community bathrooms start to get old. A necessity for an upper classmen is off campus housing. Seems as easy as 1-2-3, yet it can be quite a journey. First th...

Hurricane Sandy touches the northeast on several different levels

November 7, 2012

Hurricane Sandy is no joke. Imagine living without electricity for a week. Telephone and electrical lines are down, your city is submerged in salt water, and your only means of transportation is under temporary suspension. Gasoline is insufficient,...

UPD makes skateboarding a hassle

November 7, 2012

Skating is the best way for me to collect my thoughts and relieve the stress of a hectic semester.  I first became involved in skating when I rode one of my friend’s boards. After riding, I decided it would be a more effici...

First Lady Obama and Ann Romney make strides in fashion arena

October 31, 2012

If there is anyone who First Lady Michelle Obama resembles in her style of dress, it would certainly be Jackie O.   As time has progressed each First Lady has attempted to embody Jackie O’s essence in some way. Jackie O was a fashion ...

How to avoid homecoming drama

October 24, 2012

Imagine yourself two weeks before homecoming, finalizing your plans.  Just as you finish crossing things off your to do list, in comes the first of a series of texts that will continue up until homecoming.  They usually come from an unfamilia...

Alcohol’s special place in homecoming festivities

October 24, 2012

Imagine yourself two weeks before homecoming, finalizing your plans.  Just as you finish crossing things off your to do list, in comes the first of a series of texts that will continue up until homecoming.  They usually come from an unfamilia...

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