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Digitally Dependent Relationships – Gen Y Online

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SPECIAL FEATURE Things have changed. No longer are our personal lives limited by distance, time, or space. This is the world of Generation Y. Society is so greatly affected by

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White Smoke Indicates a Pope has been Chosen

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BY MICHAEL OWUSU White smoke rose from the Sistine Chapel indicating that Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio was chosen as Pope of the  Roman Catholic Church. Thousands of faithful Catholics waited

The Modern World’s Love Affair with Technology

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By Emily Johnson Modern societies reliance and addiction to technology is an ever growing phenenomon. With the explosion of social media, texting, and constant sharing of our every move, it’s

Meals For Less

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BY CHANELLE OUELLET AND LILY MARTIN How you can shop and cook a $3.00 Meal. Watch the video to see if they succeed or fail.    

Royal Winter Fair Turns Ninety

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BY: KATIE BREEN Keeping a large-scale agricultural event alive for almost a century is  no easy task. Just think about how much the agriculture industry itself has changed since 1922.

New Residence for Trafalgar Campus

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By: Lily Martin Sheridan students may have noticed an influx of bulldozers and trucks around the Trafalgar campus. They also may have noticed that one of the front parking lots,

Not your average, brain eating zombie

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By Vanessa Minniti. Sets and clay characters bring Chris Butler’s years of writing to life in the stop-motion film ParaNorman. “About 15 or 16 years ago I thought ‘wouldn’t it

Odd Future Premiere New TV Show And Album: A Review

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  Review by Patrick Briggs A year after its triumphant mainstream debut, hip-hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (Odd Future) is finally back. They’re coming on hard

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