Zombie Contingency Plan: Use a Brain Before You Lose a Brain

By Myles Goldman Zombies are becoming more and more relevant to the point where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has put together a contingency plan in case there were to be an outbreak in the future. However, what if […]

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Six easy last minute DIY HALLOWEEN costumes

By Deanna Demarco 1. Robber Grab your best striped shirt and team it with a pair of jeans and black beanie. Draw a money sign on a pillow case and boom! You’ll “steal” the show with this last minute look. 2. TOGA!! […]

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Perfectly Pumpkin Muffins

By Alecia Sexton There’s nothing more satisfying than a warm, fluffy pumpkin muffin on a cold fall day, and this healthy recipe allows you to indulge guilt-free! Enjoy! Ingredients: Mix: ¾ cup pumpkin puree ¾ cup milk (use dairy free soy, coconut […]

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Monsters In Your Pants: Herpes

By Paola Guzman Did you know that by the age of 50, 90 percent of the population will have been exposed to Herpes? Herpes is a common sexually transmitted infection that lasts forever. Here is what you need to know about it, […]

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“Embrace”

By Sadiyah Tariq Every awakening is a rebirth, every occurance holds a special meaning — because if it didn’t, the lost lives and things would cease to have made an impact to the world. Every object that held a nostalgic memory behind […]

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Why Frankenstein’s Creature is a Monster

By Josie Rerecich Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is perhaps one of the most famous monster stories ever written. In the various film adaptations, Frankenstein’s creature is hideous, has a limited vocabulary, and is irrationally afraid of fire. All of these traits go along […]

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Monsters in the Fashion Industry: Suicide of Alexander McQueen & Kate Spade

By Julia Porter The fashion industry looks all glitzy and glamorous from the outside, but once the lights dim on the runway and the makeup comes off, the monsters still lurk deep inside. Fashion has had to suffer the losses of many […]

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By Daniel Fouzailoff Perhaps you may call it insane but I have no shame In saying that like a masochist I enjoy the pain The pain, of looking into your eyes Your eyes, which serves as your best snare For it stops […]

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Student Loan Horror Story: What is really haunting students this Halloween?

By Catalina Benavides Student loans are the real monsters terrorizing present students and graduated students. According to Forbes magazine, student loan debt has amounted to $1.52 trillion. And how many students are terrorized by this monster? 44.2 million Americans. Student loans are […]

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“The Horrors of Camp Underthebed”

By Josie Rerecich I knew something was up when my parents served human blood for dinner. Human blood is a special-occasion food. If my mother and father decided to serve this delicacy for no good reason, then imposters had replaced them. “You weren’t […]

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