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Recipe for a great at-home summer

Recipe for a great at-home summer

May 25, 2015

Stuck in Decatur June through July? Never fear. There’s plenty within our small Southern town (and...

Is it what it is?

Is it what it is?

May 24, 2015

One of the first things about which I remember learning in Christopher Simony’s Advanced American Literature...

Superwomen

Superwomen

May 20, 2015

Guardians of the Galaxy. Iron Man. Avengers. The people of Marvel Entertainment have a knack for chu...

John Oliver – The next Jon Stewart

Duo-Wei Yang

May 20, 2015

Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, OPINIONS

Although many fans of Jon Stewart continue to lament the loss of one of the top televised comedians, they might not need to look too far to regain their dose of regular hilarity. Possessed with a sassy British attitude and wittiness and having worked previous on The Daily Show for eight years, John Oliver on HBO show Last Week Tonight promise...

The Voice: Cover, care equally about trans crimes

The Voice: Cover, care equally about trans crimes

April 23, 2015

I asked her, ‘Why do you want to dress like that?’ and she said, ‘I know this is hard for you...

Editors go head-to-head on Charlie Hebdo and free speech

Editors go head-to-head on Charlie Hebdo and free speech

April 15, 2015

 First amendment, first priority They were murdered because of a joke. On Jan. 7, two brothers, angered by French satirical mag...

Review: Looking for Alaska

Morgan Johnson

March 31, 2015

Filed under OPINIONS, REVIEWS

Who knew the beloved John Green wrote other books besides “The Fault in our Stars,” the irresistible, yet trendy teen novel turned hit movie? Ten years ago, Green published his first book, “Looking for Alaska.” It is a perfect example of not judging a book by its cover because the title and cover art no incl...

City-wide 25 mph is overrated

Mary Margaret Stewart

March 17, 2015

Filed under OPINIONS

Everyone knows that traffic in Decatur is terrible. Although the amount of potential traffic jams in a four-square mile town seems slim, this is far from the truth. According to the City of Decatur (CSD) website, the city’s population density is “over 4,500 residents per square mile.” This does not factor in an outside i...

Tropes: break em’

Emmie Poth-Nebel

March 16, 2015

Filed under OPINIONS

You’ve probably heard of critic Nathan Rabin’s term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl” (MPDG) before, but haven’t thought about its harmful effects on people today. Quirky, smart, conventionally attractive white girls generally make up this trope. She has one trait unlike “normal” girls and little to no character development...

Vaping: A new trend

Vaping: A new trend

March 6, 2015

Are E-Cigarettes actually healthier than "real" cigarettes? Or is it just a more high tech way to get the new generation hooked on nicotine? ...

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