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Chanda’s Secrets highlights devastating AIDS Africa’s epidemic

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October 10

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By: Hera Ashraf <[email protected]> One of the many books on the new Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award (Rosie Award) list this year is Chanda’s Secrets by Allan Stratton, a story about a 16-year-old g...

Crunch Time provides immature, unintelligent tale of SAT

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October 10

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By: Stephanie Hodgin <Stephanie [email protected]> This book is boring. There is no other way to put it. Apart from the hideously uninteresting plot and the immature characters, it can be safe to say that nothing can be...

Stiff offers twisted yet interesting take on corpses

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October 10

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By: Shireen Korkzan <[email protected]> You may not care about what happens to your body after you die, but Mary Roach does. This journalist from San Francisco went to find out, providing enough information to create...

Tailgate for Life separate from Homecoming

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September 26

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By: Renny Logan <[email protected]> Since its inception three years ago, Tailgate for Life has taken place the week of Homecoming. However, this year it took place on the day of the Aug. 31 football game instead. ...

The Fall Look for Less

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September 26

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By: Tim Chai <[email protected]> Fall fashion for 2007 is big, daring and unapologetically indulgent. And of course, the “it” looks straight from the runways do not come cheap, costing several thousands of dollars....

Michael’s Restaurant flops for breakfast, lunch

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September 26

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By: Meher Ahmad <[email protected]> In a sea of modern restaurants with an array of ethnic food and innovative ideas, it’s become increasingly hard to find old-fashioned family restaurants of times past. Michael’s Fam...

‘Champ’ proves smart, moving

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September 7

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By: Jade Luo <[email protected]> The first scenes of “Resurrecting the Champ” feature a few college students beating up a homeless man. Great, I thought, a mindless boxing movie with a few bloody and broken noses in b...

Mudbugs pales in comparison to Yats

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September 7

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By: Bennett Fuson <[email protected]> First off, a spoiler: Contrary to its rather suggestive reference, Mudbugs Cajun Café on Main Street has nothing to do with mud, bugs or any combination thereof. (Sorry, gross food...

New Pornographers’ album ‘Challengers’ change for better

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September 7

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By: Mitch Ringenberg <[email protected]> The New Pornographers’ fourth release, “Challengers,” is an enjoyable, yet inconsistent, album. The New Pornographers are an eight-piece outfit from Vancouver, Canada, that rel...

‘Death Sentence’ accurate title for awful movie

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September 7

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By: Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> Death Sentence” is a return to the genre that exploded with 1972’s “Death Wish,” which starred Charles Bronson as a man who kills literally every thug on the street t...

Mudsocks satisfies variety of tastes

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September 7

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By: Reid Conner <[email protected]> Despite the fact that it is fairly new, Mudsocks Grill is a fun, delicious experience in an appealing environment. The first thing patrons will notice when they walk in the door is ...

Yogokiss simple, refreshing

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August 13

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Yogokiss is in every way a gastronomic experience in modernism. As I walk through the door, magazines arranged in a checkered pattern (with selections from Time to Glamour) hang on the wall to the left, and tiny hourglass-shaped...

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