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In case you missed it: Academy Award nominations

It’s that time again, awards season is here: from the recently aired Golden Globes to the Oscars, Screen Actor Guild Awards (SAG) and many more. Watching the stars walk the red carpet is one of the highlights of the evening for many. Up and coming are the Oscars, which will ...

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‘Into the Woods’ revives classic fairy tales

Disney’s “Into the Woods” delivers a fresh take on the classic fairy tale musical, featuring songs which range from chipper to melancholy, and a slew of A-list actors. “Into the Woods” is based on the musical play composed by Stephen Sondheim and written by James Lapine, who is also the ...

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Art major McKinney’s odd job, inspirations for pieces

» By Elena Spradlin Staff Writer Senior studio art major Lauren McKinney has spent her winter break as an intern restoring history at the Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville. Each day she works beside two conservators in the preservations lab. Together they breathe new life into historical documents, ...

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Lady Govs drop two in a row

>>Kory Gibbs, Staff Writer   The Lady Govs began their four game road trip this past weekend with two games in two days versus Southern Illinois University -Edwardsville on Friday and Eastern Illinois University on Saturday. The Lady Govs came in this weekend on a four game win streak and on ...

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BI turns animal cruelty into top-tier felony

SUE MANNING, Associated Press   LOS ANGELES — Young people who torture and kill animals are prone to violence against people later in life if it goes unchecked, studies have shown. A new federal category for animal cruelty crimes will help root out those pet abusers before their behavior worsens ...

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