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Billie Eilish’s dreamy album wins five Gov rating

Billie Eilish is 17-year-old California native. She does not smoke or drink alcohol. She still sleeps with her childhood stuffed animals. She is also the first 2000s-born artist with a No. 1 album on the Billboard charts.   “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” is the debut album ...

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New ways of buying college textbooks

Before every semester begins, students are encouraged to purchase the textbooks for their classes. First-time students may purchase every textbook the bookstore labels as required for them. They end up purchasing these textbooks they may not end up using in their classes for hundreds or even thousands of dollars. According ...

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Khari Turner illustrates social issues in senior show

Folks in the Art and Design Building see a lot of great expression in dozens of mediums, but when the name Khari Turner is uttered, there is a change in the tone. It has the feel of one part rock star and another part preacher, emanating a vibe of anticipation ...

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Total Obstacle Fitness Center hosts American Ninja Warrior Night

The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center (WNDAACC), Military Student Center (MSC), and Adult, Nontraditional & Transfer Student Center invited students and guests to “live like an American Ninja Warrior for a night” at the Total Obstacle Fitness Center on Friday, April 12. The mission statement behind the fitness center ...

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Music department shines in opera workshop

Walking into the Mabry Concert Hall, an unseen orchestra rumbling in the pit, the projector rolling a skull and crossbones across a shimmering, three-story velvet curtain, an audience of over 200 students, family, friends and opera fans moved toward their seats, murmuring rationals for taking either a pirate’s flag or ...

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Drone Club flies onto the mapping radar

Perhaps there is no place on campus more welcoming to “letting your geek flag fly” than the Geographic Information Systems Center. Inside this somewhat non-descript satellite office, located at the bottom of Forbes Avenue on the corner of Second Avenue, curious folks with a head for trial and error and a ...

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