Archive | December, 2015

Mockingjay Part Two review CONTAINS SPOILERS

By Tori Helman May the odds be ever in your favor. In case you didn’t see it in the title this article will contain spoilers, so read at your own risk.  I recently went and watched the last Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay Part 2. I love it. It followed the book for the most part. […]

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An Artist for the Ages

By Mariah Killian       Like every well known artist Chuck Close has made his mark upon the world for his originality. Close specializes in photo realism portraits, in a blow up size. Instead of working smaller he would large scale do his art, using a grid system. However, every artist has a story, and […]

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Wicca: Breaking down Paganism

By Mavis Brown Contrary to what those who choose to persecute or lie about Wiccans wish to believe, Wicca is a very peaceful, harmonious and balanced way of life which promotes oneness with nature and all which exists. Wicca is a deep appreciation and awe in watching the sunrise or sunset, the forest in the […]

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The Harry Potter Universe is still alive and thriving

By Tori Helman All was not well in Harry’s world even though He says it is in the last book. J.K. Rowling has been co-writing a play with Jack Thorne and Jack Tiffany called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. You can tell by the title of this play that all was not well after […]

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Aging

By Mariah Killian   Today we live in a society where long life and young looks are a top priority. However, there are things people should know about aging. Something most people tend to worry about as they get older is when they will start to look old. There are many things that can affect […]

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Christmas celebrations in history

By Mavis Brown Mid-winter has long been a time of celebration around the world. Centuries before the coming of the man called Jesus, the initial Europeans celebrated light and birth in the gloomiest days of winter. Many people expressed joy during the winter solstice, when the worst of the winter was past them and they […]

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Embracing or denying beauty around the world

By Mavis Brown When it comes to beauty standards, the United States is close for number one in the running for most unrealistic. The “ideal” woman in the U.S. is tall, thin, leggy, with big breasts, flowing hair and has a toned body all while remaining healthy. Photo-shopping and airbrushing models for television and magazines, […]

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