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Sesame Street Welcomes Julia

  ​Sesame Street has been a show that, from the moment it aired in 1969, has touched on many different subjects. Whether these subjects be something about a school subject or just learning how to be kind to others, the characters of Sesame Street are always teaching children. While the show is educational, ...

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Marty McFly and the Actual October 21st, 2015

  As you know, Wednesday was October 21st, 2015. For all of us, it was just a normal day. We got out of bed, we went to class, and we just did our usual routines. However on this day, we were finally at a point in time to which Marty ...

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Zone 3 winner comes to APSU

Winner of the 2014 Zone 3 First Book Award for Poetry, Ashley Seitz Kramer will celebrate the release of her poetry manuscript “Museum of Distance” on Thursday Oct. 22 as a guest author at APSU. Sponsored by the APSU Center for Excellence in Creative Arts’ literary journal Zone 3 Press, ...

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Working for Walt: Food and Wine Festival and Sugar Ray

So this week has been pretty laid back. Not much is really happening here in Orlando, except that the parks are starting to get busy as we near Halloween. Oh, and I had my first shift as a trainer and also went to Food and Wine Festival at Epcot.   Scratch ...

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Working for Walt – the parks and Dapper Day

So, I guess it is confession time. Sometimes I get up in the morning, and I do not feel like going to work my pixie dust is running a little low. You know those days, the ones where your costume does not fit quite right, and you accidentally lock yourself ...

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The Business of Hacking

The word ‘hacker’ often conjures the image of a 30-something year old man, possibly donned in a fedora, hitting away at a computer in his parent’s basement. He’s doing minor things- maybe changing every noun on his school’s website to something vulgar, taking another celebrity’s nude photos, or at the ...

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