Levitt directs arousing film debut
Nov06

Levitt directs arousing film debut

Many have expressed concern with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut of Don Jon. Many of my suburban citizens express their distaste. “It’s too raunchy, a mini porno, lack of taste.” However, if you are a Joseph Gordon-Levitt fan and have a filter in your brain, you will be offered a refreshing new flavor of romance to wow you, the faithful Joseph Gordon-Levitt fan.   Joseph Gordon-Levitt (JGL) is a well-adored actor...

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ASG conducts student survey
Nov05

ASG conducts student survey

Associated Student Government (ASG) members started taking polls to get students’ overall opinions on ASG matters. Polls and surveys will be offered as the ASG furthers their efforts to reach out to students. They plan on using these methods of polling for future decision making. One new poll asked students if they smoke electronic cigarettes or not, and then asked their opinion on having these smoking alternatives on campus....

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Coffee Confidential: A ‘Pressing’ Matter
Oct30

Coffee Confidential: A ‘Pressing’ Matter

Preferred by coffee experts all over the world this brewing method is a fast and inexpensive way to enjoy a great cup of coffee. A French press is hands down the best way to appreciate all the flavors and aromas coffee has to offer. This method had been used for more than 50 years and undergone several design changes. It all started in 1929 with Attilio Calimani, an Italian living in France with a passion for coffee. Calimani designed...

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Coffee Confidential: Spilling the Beans
Oct22

Coffee Confidential: Spilling the Beans

Over 54 percent of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, but most people don’t know the origins and varieties available to them. There are over 40 different strands of coffee plants that span all over the globe. Each strand has its own unique flavor that can be roasted over 10 ways, changing its taste entirely. It all started in the 13th Century when Ethiopian shepherds noticed their sheep had become extremely energetic after...

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Video games not to blame for recent violent behavior
Oct17

Video games not to blame for recent violent behavior

Video game violence relates to violent public rampage, some say. Video game violence gives me a non-violent source of aggression release against my anger toward the public, I say.   With the recent release of “Grand Theft Auto V,” the subject of the psychological distorting abilities of video games comes to relevance once again. Many argue that video games have a huge place in turning people into violent maniacs. With...

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