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Gaming: The Evil Within

Gaming: The Evil Within

By Cody Reinhardtsen Those who love games such as Resident Evil 4, which was directed by the same man responsible for The Evil Within, probably should not even have to read a review because they are bound to enjoy every second of the satisfyingly frustrating experience offered by this game. For those who do not know what Resident Evil 4 […]

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Misery vs. Happiness

Misery vs. Happiness

By Brittney Terry Everyone wants to happy without feeling foolish about being happy. Being happy actually takes a lot more energy to be because it’s a feeling you have to work for to get. Feeling miserable is usually unintentional. It’s easier being miserable than happy, so some people just decide to stay that way, while for others such as myself […]

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Allegiant: Now Available

Allegiant: Now Available

By Asha Layeni-Gardner The time has come! It is the last book in the Divergent trilogy, called Allegiant. (If you have no clue what I’m talking about, see my other two reviews) This book is the epic climax and resolution of the whole series. The action-packed thriller sequence is told in the duality of Tris and Tobias. Jumping between two […]

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Men Basketball Photos

Men Basketball Photos
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Silverado: The 1900s to 2014

Silverado: The 1900s to 2014

By Jacob Atkins With the first Chevrolet pickup truck hitting the market in 1924, the actual in-house designs didn’t appear until 1930. Ever since the debut of the Chevy truck brand in the early 1900s, the truck market has expanded rapidly. Before all the heavy duty behemoth trucks started coming out with enough torque to tame an elephant, they came […]

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Lady Hoopsters See Bright Season

Lady Hoopsters See Bright Season

By Jessica Neuman The future for the Blinn Buccaneers womens’ basketball teams is looking bright, and Coach Jeff Jenkins is looking forward to the first scheduled tipoff. “So far we have got quite a few new transfers and freshmen,” Jenkins said. “So far we feel really good about them. They practice really hard and are good kids. I guess will […]

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Need a Good Read? Try This One

Need a Good Read? Try This One

Trail of the Spellmans by Lisa Lutz Reviewed by Asha Layeni-Gardner Summer, unfortunately, is over. It is back to quizzes, exams and textbooks. No one likes that. Personally, I love books; they are a mini-vacation in which you never need to leave your room. But if you aren’t a bibliophile like me, here is a book that just might make […]

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Slideshow: Club Awareness Days

Slideshow: Club Awareness Days
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Aggie Football Report

Aggie Football Report

It was a year ago, and Texas A&M was about to strip off the Big XII logo from Aggie jerseys. The Longhorns were unwilling to meet A&M in a non-conference game on Thanksgiving, and thus the rivalry came to hiatus and both schools cursing the other under their breath. Most people believed that A&M would eventually get into the swing […]

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