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The Seven Storey Mountain – A Book Review

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Where my spiritual life would be today without him and his name on that small piece of paper is a matter of speculation, but I don’t believe it would be nearly as strong as it is today. He has opened the mind of the modern Catholic.

Drown

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In “Drown,” by Junot Diaz the story begins by telling of Yunior’s childhood, ending it with a description of Yunior’s father’s confusing life, a life that brought seemingly little success to the immigrant. He was caught between the dream and reality.

2013-14 NBA Western ConferencePreview

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After months of waiting patiently, the NBA season is finally upon us. This season will feature highly anticipated returns of stars that were injured late...

Sony Pictures Executive Steps down after Leaked Emails

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Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairperson, Amy Pascal, has decided to step down and move forward with her career. Pascal has been a part of Sony since...

Avengers Endgame: Spoiler-Free Review and Discussion

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The Utterly Nonsense Podcast is a weekly entertainment news show. We discuss everything in the realm of nerd news and pop culture. After seeing Avengers:...

TGIF or LBS.

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It's mid-term week, and you're looking forward to rum and cokes at Harry’s and raspberry blow pops at Russell’s this Friday. But a night on the town can do serious damage to your diet.

Finally Finals

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Almost four months ago, students were returning to school to put in another semester of hard work, or something like it. Does it really feel like that long ago?

In Homecoming Fallout, Both Sides Wrong

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Apparently, no one ever taught us how to remove a band-aid. Instead of quickly acting to find a solution, we are instead embroiled in a never-ending discussion that is slowly causing more pain than good. I don’t have all the answers. All I can offer is an outsider’s perspective.

Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Or Should We Say John?

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Since 3-years-old, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s now 8-year-old daughter, Shiloh, claims she wants to go by the name John. In an interview with...

Just Stay Home This November

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Today, I am here to encourage all Bloomsburg students NOT to vote this Fall. Now before the firing squad lines up in our “comments” section, let me explain. I do in fact believe that it is important for the Bloomsburg community to vote. In fact, I urge all of you to do your research and decide which homecoming candidates are best suited to be our king and queen (Cheap plug for my friend Sheila Martin). Also, no student should neglect to fill out their Bloom Idol ballot each Thursday night.

More human than humane: The human species has always, and will always be animals

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By Mike Graziano   Watching humans, and the way we act towards one another has instilled in me a great sort of fear that we have...

Peterson, Charles, Forte, Beanie: Fantasy Running Backs with Knee Concerns

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As I have stated before, the running back position this year for fantasy is a total mess after the top four or five running...

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Fair Or Unfair? You Decide

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Twenty year old Steven Sverchek changed out of his dress pants and shirt and slipped into something a little more comfortable after a long day of driving and court. Yes court: the kind you attend if you’ve done something wrong, or have been accused of something wrong.

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