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The Love for Ink

By Stormy Kage Prehistorically, human’s used bones dipped into dye and wooden hammers to pierce the body. These expressions, known as tattoos, were often used for therapeutic reasons. Designboom.com, the first and largest independent publication dedicated to architecture and design, mentions the 1991 finding of the 5000-year-old Iceman discovered in …

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The 411 on Mid-Terms

By Katherine Kerfoot Midterms got you down?  Wait, who are we kidding?  We all hate midterms! Here are some easy ways to perk up these several weeks. Cut the Crap!  Eating fatty, sugar-rich foods do not help your memory or your stress (despite how tempting that Ben & Jerry’s ice …

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A trip for the mind

By Katerine Kerfoot Spring Break is almost here (at last), which means we all get a break from school and homework. It’s tradition to travel if you can afford it, but some of us can’t, which stinks. So, I propose we go on a vacation of the mind, to some …

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A trip for the body

By Daniel Loero Spring break is finally here. Many are off to places like Florida or the Bahamas, but some of us will find ourselves at home this time around. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying the time off – there are things to be done in the …

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Ink it or Leave it

By Daniella Medina Some refer to them as a form of self-expression; others may call them a mistake. They’re appreciated by many and hated by most of our parents but one thing is certain about the social phenomena, once they get on your skin they are very hard to get …

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80’s Arcade Day

By Jahret Rainey Smashing buttons and moving joysticks, Clarkston campus student center was filled with fun and excitement as students got to play some of their favorite classic arcade games on Tuesday, Jan 22. GPC Jaguar Activity Group hosted the event as part of welcome week and it was one …

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NFL Offseason talk

By: Veejai Ashbey With Super Bowl XLVII behind us, there’s no gridiron action to watch for the next six months, meaning there’s going to be ton of offseason drama that our ears will be perked up too. Moves will be made, free agents will be signed, and college players will …

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