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Breaking weather: Spring style

By: D’vale Weston The weather is beginning to break here at the Newton campus. We start to see the shorts, tanks, capris, and crop tops that we love and can’t live without. Spring is upon us, and the weather is letting it be known. The students here are pulling out …

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Wins on the Field = Wins in Class?

By: Tuneel Speech College students looking to boost their GPA may want to think about taking part in some of the school’s fitness activities. It is said that engaging in school sports may possibly increase a student’s performance in the classroom. According to studies by Michigan State University, students involved …

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Truly Yours

Advice Insecurities By Anonymous We all have certain insecurities that affect us–whether they are internal or external. Insecurities can make a college student view oneself in a negative connotation and make one feel degraded or devalued. What we need to understand is that we are all made differently and created …

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A cultural timestamp and 2015’s Madonna

Album Reviews Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” By D’Vale Weston Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” happens to be his most critically acclaimed album, released on March 16 by Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment and distributed by Interscope Records. His style and the flow is unsurpassed and gives me authenticity that …

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