Monthly Archives: March 2013

Disease of a Traveler

I have an illness, A crippling desire to discover. I cannot remember when it began, And I dearly hope it will never leave me. Fernweh, Chronically wanderlust. Nostalgic for a place I haven’t known. The biting need to experience new … Continue reading

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Kate Miller-Heidke

A few years ago I had the pleasure of seeing Ben Folds in concert. The concert was great. However, what was really amazing about the concert was the opening act, Kate Miller-Heidke. Miller-Heidke joined Ben Folds in his tour around … Continue reading

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Worst Injury in Basketball?

Just a couple hours ago, a player from University of Louisville’s Cardinals suffered one of the worst, if not the worst, basketball injuries in the history of the game. Kevin Ware, a sophomore, was contesting a shot from a Duke … Continue reading

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The Secret of the Rubik’s Cube

You remember Mastermind, from when you were yey high? Your opponent picked a four-color combination and you had ten guesses to figure out what it was, and he had to tell you if you got whichever color right or half-right, … Continue reading

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“We Didn’t Playtest This at All”: game review

A review of the game “We Didn’t Playtest This At All.”

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Healthy Schools?

Schools are always pushing for their students to practice healthy living. They want us to get our sixty minutes of exercise per day, to eat well, and to take educational health classes. But, if student health is so important to … Continue reading

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Creative Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Looking to change up your Easter Egg decorating this year? Try these Pinterest inspired ideas! Sharpie Tie Dye Easter Eggs  Color a design with Sharpie marker onto your room temperature eggs (the more colorful the better) and after you have … Continue reading

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Blown Away Tour

This past Tuesday night my friends and I had the privilege of attending Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away Tour at the Giant Center. The show was absolutely incredible, in addition to Carrie’s unbelievable talent. Not only did she sing some of … Continue reading

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Gay rights seemed like fantasy 50 years ago

Gay rights rose to the forefront of public discourse again this week as the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act. News outlets have been alight with reports from D.C., … Continue reading

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The Marooned Four

Perhaps you were wondering what happened to Lilith and Co. after they were unceremoniously kicked off the track-team bus and dumped in the desert, like bags of putrescent garbage.  Well, as it turns out, it was not the end, but … Continue reading

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