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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Family Matters

    And now, it’s a show about a wealthy family who lost everything and the one son who must keep them all together. It’s Arrested Development, a critical darling that won an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004. Arrested Development, now in its third season, returns Monday, Nov.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    The Bottom Line

    The decline of Western civilization is upon us-and I can’t look away. I am talking about a sign. It’s an indication of the downfall of mankind. It’s the most pointless, senseless, useless creation of man imaginable, devoid of any meaning in life whatsoever.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Picks of the Week

    Movie The Warriors Directed by Walter Hill Music John Legend Get Lifted Label Book The Shining By Stephen King

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Some thoughts on growing up

    I wrote most of this piece when I was under the impression that all adults were unhappy. I tried not to be too cynical because that can get annoying, and while I realize that the beginning of this is going to make me sound like an awful person, just go along with it for awhile.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Prideland Providence

    The Lion King has been a popular culture icon for our generation for more than a decade. The movie delighted audiences. Its stage version has evolved into a stunning, breathtaking marvel of displays on Broadway and throughout the world.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Mind control

    I ask you to consider a notion: Sometimes it seems that people lack the ability to see that their actions are a result of calculated persuasion. The foundations for these innate or subconscious modes of persuasion come to us from many sources. Trying to correctly explain these sources and identify the modes of human motivation has been one of the greatest debates of social science.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    The ‘Hakuna Matata’ success of The Lion King

    In 1994, Walt Disney Studios released its 32nd animated film. That opening weekend, The Lion King made $40.9 million, a record for an animated film. Today, it remains the highest grossing traditionally hand-drawn animated feature film ever in the United States.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Telling another side of the story

    I do not think I am alone when I say that the constant struggle over abortion in this country is downright exhausting. I simply can not take it anymore. It is an issue that has been at the very heart of American politics ever since I can remember. With the Supreme Court nomination of Harriet Miers taking the place of Sandra Day O’Connor, once again conservatives and liberals have their panties in a twist over the possibility of a reversal of Roe v.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    Tupac lives on in new DVD

    In every genre of music, there are certain artists or acts that have universal appeal. Their music is so powerful; their message is so relevant that it is impossible to ignore their contributions to music and to modern society in general.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.27, 2005

    As we round the tenure track

    There is a great deal of pertinent information concerning students’ rights- or lack of rights. Minors are frequently censored; in their schoolwork, in their speech, and in thousands of student publications across the United States. We want change and we demand action.

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