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The Cult of “Pretty Little Liars”

By Frances Kane

When I watched the series premiere of the television show “Pretty Little Liars”, I was seventeen and a junior in high school. 629 more words

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Why I Hate the 2010’s: Reality Television

By Travis Vermulm

In the early 90’s a television show release on MTV; this show was called “The Real World”. “The Real World” put a group of real people into a house to live together in various different cities. 690 more words

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Birdman: A perfectly executed commentary on fame

By Travis Vermulm

Every year when the Oscars roll around I try to watch every film nominated for best picture before the awards ceremony. After the best picture award is handed out, and I see the results the next morning; I normally decide if the Academy made the right choice or not. 471 more words

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Insurgent Review

Recently released into theaters is second in line of the Divergent series: Insurgent.  It was all over the place. I feel like they were trying so hard to make it follow the book in such little time that they left out things and made it feel like it was just a sloppily made movie. 205 more words

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4 Classic April Fool's Day Pranks

Story by Andrew Malloy

April Fool’s day is less than a week away, and the jokesters on campus are plotting their annual pranks. In the spirit of this momentous holiday here are some of the best pranks to pull on your roommate or a victim of your choice. 269 more words

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Dating in a Technology Age

In the United States and other countries, single people are dealing with very hectic and busy schedules. With such busy lives many people feel that they just do not have the time to find a date the traditional way such as meeting someone in a bar, a club, a grocery store, church, social events, etc. 675 more words

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Bistro at CAI Gives Students Real Restaurant Experience

by Abby Slutsky

The Montgazette Staff Writer

The new Retail Operations II class, taught by Chef Stephen Latona, offers students the opportunity to experience all phases of preparing, presenting and serving food in a restaurant setting. 456 more words

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