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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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A review of Music Midtown 2014

Music Midtown took place during probably the hottest weekend in September in the middle of Atlanta, Ga. Piedmont Park was flooded with people. My overall feeling of MM was positive. The music was absolutely incredible. If you like all genres of music like me, this was the lineup of your dreams. ...

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Scotland is doing big, big things

Did you know Scotland isn’t really an independent nation? I know, I was surprised too, so I did some research. Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom. The U.K. consists of Wales, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland. It started out with just England and Scotland in 1707. England and Scotland ...

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A day in the life of a sixth year senior

>> Katherine McCully, Guest Writer You know what’s weird? When your friends start having babies on purpose. Like they planned it out and registered at Target and stuff. It’s also strange when you start working with people who were born in the year when you had to learn to tie your shoes ...

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U.S. allies as explained by ‘Mean Girls’

With all the war and turmoil happening, it can be difficult to believe that countries can be friends, because sometimes countries can really hate on the red, white and blue. But just like a teenage girl, the U.S. has enemies, frenemies and, of course, their “besties for the resties” — what ...

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What’s your “full college experience?”

>>Johnathan Bunton, Guest Writer The term “full college experience” is thrown around as much as a Kardashian sister as by underclassmen everywhere. It seems, at its core, a fairly self-explanatory phrase, one that brings to mind late nights, football games and dorm life. But at its heart, what does the “full college ...

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