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Gifting 101: tips for great gift-giving

Amanda Battle

December 17, 2013


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Do:  Crease the folds of the wrapping paper to avoid the puffy look   Make sure the seam is on the bottom of the present   Use holiday themed wrapping paper—so festive!   Use real ribbon to tie bows   Take advantage of free wrapping, or even spend the extra bucks to get it pr...

Holiday Hoax

Holiday Hoax

Brooke Raines and Sam Janecek

December 17, 2013


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As a child, Christmas is a magical time filled with delectable cookies, holiday spirit, and wondrous wishes. Perhaps the most intriguing and elusive aspect of Christmas is jolly old Saint Nick, also known as Kris Kringle or the most popular name, Santa. You may wonder how one man, with one sled and...

Summer fun on a budget

June 6, 2013


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Hannah Pursley Looking for summer fun on a budget? The City of Baltimore luckily features numerous events and places where you can have a blast for free! The possibilities are endless, but we picked a few cool ones. Head to Power Plant Live! Friday evenings for the Friday Night Live! Concert series...

Flight’s intensity

April 8, 2013


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  Patrick Much   Flight (2012) tells the story of airline pilot William "Whip" Whitaker (Denzel Washington), a alcoholic and drug addict who miraculously lands a malfunctioning plane, saving 96 out of the 102 passengers. Everyone praises Whip for his actions, but he could face criminal charg...

Olly Murs’ third album marches to USA

April 8, 2013


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  Selvi Sekar and Skyler Thompson   If you thought the British artist takeover was done, you’re wrong. Olly Murs is quickly gaining popularity in the US, going on the list with Coldplay, Jessie J, and Adele, to name a few. The charming twenty-eight year old rose to fame in the UK after fin...

Art Auction unmasks Hereford’s talent

April 8, 2013


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  Maddie McGee   Picture this: You walk into the cafeteria and all you see are hundreds of incredible paintings, drawings, and photographs. All of the art is incredible, some even museum-worthy. The catch: Every single piece was painstakingly created by students. If you think that this seems...

“Pain is Beauty” philosophy prompts stiletto surgical fad

April 8, 2013


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  Emma Bowen   In the classic children’s story Cinderella, the hero of the story is the glass slipper. The whole question surrounding the story is "Does the shoe fit?" In the Grimm brothers’ original story of Cinderella, the evil step-sisters cut off their pinky toes and heels to fit int...

Ally Dever (10) showcases unique Spring style

April 8, 2013


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  Selvi Sekar   As spring rolls through, so does new fashion. When we spotted Ally Dever (10) in the hallway, we could definitely tell her style was different from the rest. Compared to other girls who resort to wearing a basic look consisting of leggings, uggs, and a sweatshirt, Ally dis...

Smart phone games surge with popularity

March 11, 2013


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Katharine French and Carolyn Laporte      Ever since Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone and the iPod touch back in 2007, people have been creating, buying, and playing applications. Other than iPhones, these applications are also available on Androids. But the popularity of these games does not l...

Music Review: deaf rapper debuts groundbreaking EP

March 11, 2013


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Skyler Thompson      A deaf guy who makes music? Why would someone ever do such a thing? Sean Forbes, who is legally deaf, has been making and listening to music since he was a child. . Forbes is 90% deaf, due to spinal meningitis when he was an infant. Deaf people cannot hear music, but they can fee...

MTV’s Catfish showcases online relationships; students relate

March 11, 2013


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Selvi Sekar      What do you think of when you hear the word "catfish"? I’m sure a fish with whiskers comes to mind, though it’s no longer just a river dweller, but rather defined as someone who fabricates online identities to trick people into romantic relationships. You might have even seen t...

Christian Parsons zips in kiwi green Honda Element

Christian Parsons zips in kiwi green Honda Element

February 11, 2013


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Haley Gilmore      Have you seen a little green car zipping through the parking lot? That’s Christian Parson’s (12) 2007 Honda Element.      Christian bought his car for $13,000 with only 20,000 miles on it in 2009. It gets 24 mpg highway and 22 mpg city. According to Christian, its top spe...

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