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You wouldn’t download a car

The ways we listen to music in this day and age vary greatly. From Spotify and Pandora to the infamous file-sharing websites, there’s no shortage of ways to procure the new Taylor Swift record. But just last week, the country artist turned pop star pulled her most recent album and past work ...

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One giant leap for marijuana

Marijuana was legalized in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia on Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the midterm elections. Florida, which also had pot on the ballot, did not get to the 60 percent needed for legalization. This event pretty much broke twitter for a hot minute. Weed-friendly tweeters were ...

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#HappyValentinesDay

»Brittany Hickey –bhickey@my.apsu.edu Valentine’s Day is looming and those of us who are lucky enough to have a significant other are frantic with worry about getting the right gift, saying the right things and being sufficiently romantic. On top of all of this we have to make sure that our ...

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Candidates should focus on voters, not each other

Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu One of the best aspects about the 2012 election is that it has gotten more people interested in politics and voting than many other elections. However, one of the worst aspects is the bashing the candidates have been doing toward each other. Many people know who they ...

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Politics on social media can be helpful

–psparn@my.apsu.edu A lot of people hate seeing anything political on their social media news feeds, but this nuisance may actually be more helpful than annoying. Some people are fed up with scrolling through political advertisements, messages and arguments in their news feed, but this content helps people engage in vital ...

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Social media should remain free for users

» Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu Think about how often you or someone you know uses social media sites like Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Imagine how many of us would still be using these sites if we had to pay for them. Author and technology consultant, Phil Simon said we should pay ...

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