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Whatever Happened to Old Fashioned Dating?

Hooking Up.  That seems like all people have time for. What ever happened to dating? To someone asking you out. Picking you up and handing you flowers.  Everything in today’s society is too fast paced. We need to slow it down. We need to know that we can still date…

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5 Things to Know Before Joining a Quidditch Team

Schyler Cunningham is a graduating senior at Loyola University Chicago and when she realized that graduating meant no more playing Quidditch for LUC she decided to take matters into her own hands. Schyler is starting the first ever Chicago City Quidditch team! However, there are some things you should know…

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The Vampire Diaries: TV Show Review

Few creatures of the night have captured our imagination like vampires. What explains our enduring fascination with Vampires? What is it about the vampire myth that explains our interest? Is it a fascination with the immortality of the undead? The mystery of the undead will continue to fascinate the living.

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Blasting the beats in public more harmful to yourself than it is annoying to others

Headphones and iPods are everywhere on college campuses, but many students may be unaware of the threat of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL), the damage to a person’s hearing from repeated exposure to loud sounds over time.

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The Advice of a Lifetime

Brown eyes peer out from behind wire-rim glasses, a smile appears from beneath a salt and pepper mustache, and a brown leather watch peeks out from the sleeve of a sky-blue, button-down as Howard Reich prepares to speak to a classroom of journalism students. Reich, a jazz critic for 29…

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