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Dickens serves a hot cup of good times

Dickens serves a hot cup of good times

SIRISHA GADDIPATI, ONLINE EDITOR
November 29, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

  Every girl, at some point in her life, has wanted a tea party. What’s not to like? The glitz of fine china and petit fours. The glamor of tulle dresses and upswept hairstyles. The gaiety of laughter and gossip among close friends. It’s friendly, elegant, and wonderfully quaint. Unfortunately, I do not live in E...

Close encounters of the celebrity kind

Close encounters of the celebrity kind

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER
November 29, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES

Celebrities seem almost divine to the average person. However, it is actually not as hard to meet them as you might think. Celebrity encounters are actually quite common today due to social networking services. Twitter and Facebook are useful when planning out how to meet a famous person. Sometimes...

The Soulful Ginger

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER
November 29, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES

Brit Ed Sheeran captivates his audience with his charisma, magical voice, and original love songs. It’s the inside that counts, right? Apparently not, because the majority of people base their first impressions off of appearances. The same thing applies to music too. People, mostly teenage girls, are...

Shakespeare shakes the auditorium with laughs

Shakespeare shakes the auditorium with laughs

NATASHA HARALAMBOUS, LIFESTYLES EDITOR
November 19, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

  Two Shakespeare plays in one night. Can it get any better? The theater productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night that were shown the weekend of October 18 delighted audiences with humor, wit, irony, and satire. The theater department has not performed a Shakespearean play since 200...

Chromebook impresses with style, speed, price

ROBERT BOERTH, NEWSPAPER ADVISER
November 19, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES

  RAM. Hard drive capacity. Processor speed. Such were the specs your typical computer-user craved ten years ago. Or, if he or she were part of the hip set, issues like weight, style, and screen resolution might come into play. And then came the cloud. With the advent and growth of internet-based ...

The Casual Vacancy is not for the casual reader

MARISSA BLOCK, STAFF WRITER
November 19, 2012
Filed under LIFESTYLES

J.K. Rowling deals with politics and prostitution in her gripping new novel for adults J.K. Rowling. When people hear the name, they automatically think of the Harry Potter series, a worldwide phenomenon that started in 1997 with the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. As soon as wo...

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