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’94 vs. ’19: Animated vs. CGI

Many famous phrases tell us not to try and correct something that does not need fixing. The same can be said for remaking of classics. Remakes usually give us new spins on old classics. Adding on to a certain series gives us the opportunity to be more inclusive to underrepresented ...

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Mission unaccomplished

Video games are the best form of art. Videos games can be as beautiful as any painting, or they can have better stories and plots than any movie. They also offer some element of control over what the character does. While video games are the superior art form there are ...

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It is time to end the stigma

There is a stigma surrounding sexually transmitted diseases. The gawks. The look of sadness when someone looks at you. Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in Tennessee. Concepts such as Netflix and chill and apps such as Tinder and Bumble promote easily the idea of casual sex. While people ...

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Voice of the republic: Does my vote matter?

It is election time in Tennessee once again. Campaigns are running and political enthusiasts are always sermonizing how important it is to vote. The average American vote will count but it does not matter. Voting does not matter because your vote does not really affect change. Comparing the 2016 presidential ...

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