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Power to the media, all forms.

Controversies over which media outlets produce better news are constant. The real fact of the matter is print, television, radio or apps can’t live without each other. Communication is key to surviving this crazy world. As our generation or “millennials” continue to grow, times continue to change. There are rumors ...

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Sweat, music and positivity

The first day at Bonnaroo is usually the driest when it comes to the acts. Most are tired from the drive and setting up their campsites and the majority of the bigger name headliners don’t perform until Saturday or Sunday. But topping The All State‘s first day at Roo will be ...

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Bonnaroo Post Office helps Bonnaroovians stay in touch

Papers rustling, pens scratching and guitars wailing are all sounds heard within the Bonnaroo post office. Seated between two concert stages, the solar stage and the new music on tap lounge, means mailing a postcard back home might occasionally be interrupted by the sounds of Nashville band Diarrhea Planet or ...

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Nerdy for Newbies: Animation

This is quite possibly my last Nerdy for Newbies, considering I’m running out of modes of nerdiness. I mean, there are books, but these days the mere act of reading is considered nerdy. This one might possibly be the most important of them all, however, because cartoons are usually where ...

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Political correctness drains individuality

It is time to stop being excessively politically correct about everything and let developments in society transpire. Merriam-Webster defines political correctness as “agreeing with the idea that people should be careful to not use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people.” However, do we ...

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