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Govs Weigh In On Buzzfeed Layoffs

Buzzfeed spent a lot of time and money creating content on all social platforms. Now, they have decided to turn to unpaid users to make more of its content, leaving hundreds of employees out of work. Last week, Buzzfeed announced a slew of layoffs that impacted hundreds of employees. What ...

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Artists Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud provide outlet for creatives

Art + Design welcomes artists and students alike, as does the |’sindikit| project. On Jan. 30, Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud presented a lecture in room 120 of the Art and Design building. |’sindikit| is a collaborative art project and a self-funded, non-commercial venture that allows aspiring artists to utilize ...

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‘Bundy Tapes’ reveals killer’s mind

Thirty years after the execution of serial killer, Ted Bundy, Netflix brings the monster out from under the bed with “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.” Through archival footage and audio recordings from death row, director Joe Berlinger brings a notorious American figure back to life. What follows ...

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GPC hosts Backlit Bowling for midweek fun

Last week the Morgan University Center Ballroom was transformed into a bowling alley, game room and a social center for students to unwind and have some fun. Games of Twister, Monopoly and cards organically appeared and encircled the two back-lit bowling lanes, taking advantage of the music and vibes. The ...

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‘Glass’ shatters expectations, leaves audience confused

The first half of “Glass” is phenomenal and plays just like one would expect and hope an action thriller of this nature would do. Perhaps that’s the problem with the movie: high expectations. After the first half, the movie comes to a standstill, relying on the acting chops of the ...

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Students reflect on the meaning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 The United States observes the third Monday of January in honor of the birth, life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. The establishment of this national holiday was heatedly debated before passage in 1986 under Ronald Reagan’s Administration. On campus today, it is difficult to measure whether any of ...

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