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Original movies trump adaptations

Hollywood original films present a more appealing production all around compared to adaptive movies. Adaptive movies are films with characters or storylines based on previously published books, television shows or even other movies. Original movies, however, require an innovative screenwriter to create unique ideas that have never been seen before ...

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Photo enforced speed limits are not safe

Tennessee should get rid of photo-enforced speed limits, because instead of increasing safety on roadways, they cause more safety problems. Photo-enforced speed limits have been around since 2001, but the name may be deceiving. Photo enforcers bring more revenue than they do safety. Instead of stopping reckless drivers, the camera ...

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Life is better with religion

By Drew Martin   While one can be good without God, is it possible that humanity is better with God? For the most part there’s no point arguing whether someone can be good without God. There are many examples of good people who have no belief in God. Mark Zuckerberg, ...

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Don’t let insecurity prevent you from working out

People need to stop being afraid of going to the gym because they think members who are already in shape will judge them. Many students worry they will gain unhealthy weight during their time at APSU; however, some are too embarrassed to work out at the Foy Fitness and Recreation ...

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New “Star Wars” will be out of this world

For fans of the original “Star Wars” series, the upcoming movie is going to make for a great sequel. “Star Wars” will thrive under Disney and J.J. Abrams. Movie sequels and remakes tend to get fans riled up, especially those who are extremely dedicated. The continuation of a series can ...

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Group projects prepare students for the workforce

Group projects in school will lead to better success for an individual in the long run. Many classes have incorporated group projects in the curriculum because of the beneficial effects on students. Cooperative student work has both pros and cons. Many students find it aggravating to work with individuals who do ...

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