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2017

17

Feb

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Sending My Stories in For Publication

Constructive Criticism – who doesn’t love it? Or, in my case, hate it. Recently, someone very close to me (*cough cough* my best friend) told me I should start publishing my short stories. Hearing her say this, I immediately tuned out and went about my day (watching Netflix and eating Oreos). After she realized I […]

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15

Feb

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Ranking the Food Bars of Knight’s Cove

We all love Knight’s Cove. It’s convenient, the line is short(ish), and its food bar is ever-changing. Today, I am going to rank these specific food bars, which was harder than I thought because I love all food. So here are the five food bars, ranked greatest to least greatest along with a small blurb […]

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14

Feb

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Valentine’s Day: A Few Things You May Have Missed

With Valentine’s Day here, I thought I would discuss some cliche details that most people never bring up. The most important detail to mention is that chocolate is half-off the day after Valentine’s Day. I repeat: ┬áCHOCOLATE IS HALF-OFF. Why more people do not advertise this or talk about it is astounding. Forget getting me […]

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12

Feb

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An Open Letter to My Heroes at Gannon

First, I have to mention that even though I do not say it often, I love you guys! You make my day so much brighter and weirder. And most importantly, you make Gannon home. From making tea to screeching velociraptor noises at each other from across the room, I would never change us for the […]

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06

Feb

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New Year, Same Me

How many of you took the time to think of a New Year’s resolution? How many of you abandoned that resolution a month after making it? A week? A day? The point is that society empathizes “New Year, New Me,” but how long does that really last? A more accurate term society should coin is […]

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08

Jan

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Brace Yourselves – Sabrina’s First Football Game

Football was never my strong suit. I could never quite follow what was happening on the field or what the referee meant when he threw up his hands. That being said, why I decided to go to a game when I was invited, I don’t really know. Football has always been an illusive sport for […]

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03

Jan

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The Value of Positivity

The era of negativity is innately over, and now we welcome positivity. It felt like this past year dragged on forever; at times it felt as though there was no light at the end of the tunnel. So, I’m going to share some simple tricks to help you be a little more positive! We all […]

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2016

28

Dec

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The Importance of “Dating” Yourself

I am not crazy; I promise. Self dates are a real thing that more people should be aware of. The idea of dating yourself is not as uncommon as you would think. Many people have reaped the benefits of taking themselves out on dates. It is important to treat yourself every once in a while. […]

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24

Dec

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Brace Yourselves: Christmas Spirit

Tis’ the season to be jolly. I have been hearing this for the past two weeks. The lurking phrase that constantly reminds me that the season to be overly merry is upon us. As someone who loves Christmas and winter in general very much, I find the phrase utterly appalling. Do not get me wrong, […]

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22

Dec

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Technology: Life Enhancing or Inhibiting? Probably Both.

Evolution is a funny thing. It can change things rapidly – or so slowly – that you don’t even realize it. Technology is a lot like evolution. It can swing one of two ways, either it can rapidly progress or it can move at turtle speeds. Cellphones fall under the category of rapid. Over the […]

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