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2015-09-10

Review: Dragon Ball Super: Broly crushes expectations

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the definitive Dragon Ball experience. One that has been years in the making. Though the movie came out in U.S. theaters on Jan. 16, fans have been waiting for this movie since its first trailer. Even before that, for some. Spoilers beware because they’re coming. The movie is the most story-driven Dragon Ball movie yet ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 9/15/15

Today’s Birthday (09/15/15). This is the year to realize a personal dream. Assume leadership. Start at home (especially after 9/17). Strengthen infrastructure, and focus on funding after 9/27. Take your relationship to the next level after 3/8. Create new income opportunities after 3/23. Rally the troops for love. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest ...

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Kingdom Hearts 2.9? So close, yet so far to Kingdom Hearts 3

Written by Stella Henderson, Photo Editor It’s been three years since The Kingdom Hearts franchise has released a new game and eight years for a non-hand held console. With this year’s E3 event, Square Enix showed snippets of what was to come for Kingdom Hearts three and a mobile phone game, Kingdom Hearts: Unchained. At the Disney D23 expo in ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 9/14/15

Today’s Birthday (09/14/15). Realize your heart’s desires this year. Devote energies to personal passions. Focus on home renovation or relocation after 9/17. Find funding for family projects after 9/27. Romance and partnership flower after 3/8. Generate new income after 3/23. Love fills your sails. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most ...

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Candidates differ on student debt

Left Wing Written by Zenobia Harris, Copy Editor The student debt crisis is a growing problem in America. According to the Federal Reserve, the current student debt amount is growing at a rate of about $3,055.19 per second; so it is easy to see why students should be concerned about what the 2016 presidential candidates plan to do about this ...

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Pro/Con: To pay or not to pay college athletes

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer It is a privilege for student athletes to be able to put on their school colors and represent their university. It is a privilege to have millions cheer for you while others cheer against you. It is a privilege to receive a free education while others have to take out loans. The problem occurs ...

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Ballin’ on a Budget without breaking the bank

Written by Zenobia Harris, Copy Editor Many people can attest to the fact that, as a college student, you don’t have a whole lot of money to spend on the stuff that you want or the things that you need. Even after refund checks drop, it’s hard to keep track of money. There are a number of ways that you ...

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Whatever method of choice you still have to pay…

Written by Tierra Bell, Staff Writer Whether you’re an excited freshman coming into college or a senior ready to leave, many students may know the struggle of paying for an education. According to The College Board, for the 2014-2015 school year, tuition and fees for in-state students at a public four-year college averaged $9,139. Out-of-state students paid an average of ...

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A new Apple fell from the tree; Apple unveils new iPhone 6s (and more) at keynotes presentation , but are they worth the price?

Written by Mayah Cantave, Staff Writer Look in your pocket, on your desk, television or even around campus. Chances are that something that you own, or that you have seen recently has been influenced by Apple and its products. Apple has become increasingly popular in the past 20 or so years with products such as the IPhone, IPad and MacBook ...

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