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White Fang

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Written by Hope Sisley

Posted on 27 April 2014

200px-JackLondonwhitefang1"White Fang" is a classic 1906 novel by American author Jack London. The eponymous character, through whose eyes most of the action is seen, is three parts wolf, one part dog, and all parts extraordinary.

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Wes Anderson Is Possibly the Best Director Alive

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Written by Hope Sisley

Posted on 27 April 2014

Director Wes Anderson's latest movie, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," is in theaters right now, but his unique filmography is well worth watching in entirety. Anderson has released eight full-length films. He tends to re-use actors: the Wilson brothers, Bill Murray, and Jason Schwartzman show up in nearly every one of his movies, his films' scores are all written by either Alexandre Desplat or Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh, and once he snags an actor, it is likely that actor will show up again in a later film, even if only in a cameo role. While the subject matter varies widely, his movies share a fascinating cinematographic style and a quirky, funny, slightly dark but heartwarming mood.

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Italian Spiderman

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Written by Ramiro Rodriguez

Posted on 27 April 2014

italianspiderposter"Italian Spiderman" is a 2007 parody of Italian action-adventure films produced in the 1960's and '70s and was produced by Alrugo Entertainment, an Australian filmmaking collective. Originally, the film began as a fake trailer on Youtube, but was later expanded into a full length film made up of ten short episodes released on Youtube along with the trailer. While the planned sequel never occurred and Alrugo was disbanded shortly after the end of the first film, a spiritual successor was made in the form of the Dinosaur production company and the spy film parody "Danger 5."

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Fantasia Chacos

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Written by Jacqueline Feuerborn

Posted on 27 April 2014

chacosWith summer sneaking up on campus, more and more people are responding to the warm weather with attire that suits it. The most important thing to consider as the weather gets nicer and nicer is what shoes to wear. People have begun wandering campus in flip flops and sandals but perhaps the most exciting, Chacos.

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Mysterious Pasta Stuff and Garlic Bread

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Written by Jacqueline Feuerborn

Posted on 27 April 2014

Cooking-corner-pastaEver been hungry and not sure what to make? Well, this is the perfect recipe for that. Most of the ingredients for this recipe are easy to come by and it is possible they might already be in the kitchen. Unfortunately, because of the fact that it was entirely made up on the spot, there are no specific measurements for the ingredients. Each ingredient's measurement should be taken with a grain of salt, but be careful to not add too much salt.

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Spicy Fried Chicken

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Written by Ramiro Rodriguez

Posted on 27 April 2014

Cooking Corner - Spicy Fried Chicken PictureAfter a long day of work, there are few things that compare to a cold stiff drink and some homemade fried chicken. The defining characteristic of chicken as a protein in a meal is how mild the taste is, which lends itself well to being breaded, as is the case in fried chicken. Because chicken is a mild taste it can also have a range of spices added to it without overwhelming it. This recipe aims to combine these two ideas in a delectable, crunchy shell. Makes four pieces.

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A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Companion Cookbook to A Game of Thrones

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Written by Ramiro Rodriguez

Posted on 27 April 2014

51io0QNtvmL"A Feast of Fire and Ice: The Official Companion Cookbook to A Game of Thrones" is a cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel and Sariann Lehrer, the owners of the website Inn at the Crossroads. The cookbook aims to expand on what the website has and currently does, in that it recreates recipes for food described in the "Song of Fire and Ice" book series, from which the "Game of Thrones" television show is adapted from, by using cookbooks from the Middle Ages and making modification to those recipes based on the various locations and cultures within the fictional Westeros and Essos as well as to better accommodate the modern kitchen.

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Chocolate Zucchini Cake

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Written by Jacqueline Feuerborn

Posted on 20 April 2014

Cooking-corner--chocolate-zucchini-cakeDelicious chocolate zucchini cake for any occasion.

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The Host

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Written by Jacquie Feuerborn

Posted on 13 April 2014

220px-The_Host_PosterThe movie "The Host" is a movie adaptation of the book with the same title by Stephanie Meyer. Some people may question how anything created by the same woman that made the Twilight Saga can be good. Those people should be prepared to be surprised. "The Host" is a surprisingly good movie.

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Papers, Please

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Written by Ramiro Rodriguez

Posted on 13 April 2014

Papers,_pleaseWhile there will always be room for fantasy in video games, as they often are an escape from the toils of reality, there is an occasional need for the harsh and soul crushing reality of being a cog in the machine and slowly being ground to a fine dust by endless levels of bureaucracy. There are simply moments where instead of fighting dragons by yelling at them in their own ancient language or dealing with an army of fascists in anachronistic ancient Roman styled armor made from sports equipment armed only with a grenade launcher and your trusted cyborg dog, someone wants to experience the degradation of being a low level employee of a second world country's border control. For gamers desiring that level of reality, "Papers Please" by Lucas Pope is the perfect game to experience that special feeling that comes along when someone is being simultaneously violated and ignored.

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Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

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Written by Jacqueline Feuerborn

Posted on 13 April 2014

Looking for something delicious to munch on while doing homework? This might be just the thing. Lemon poppy seed pound cake is a delicious treat that will be made and promptly disappear into the stomachs of hungry college students. If the cake lasts more than just a day or two, it is probably a sign that it was made incorrectly.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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Written by Hope Sisley

Posted on 13 April 2014

captain_america__the_winter_soldier_poster_fanmade_by_timetravel6000v2-d5b9but-582x800Despite the title, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is more about Black Widow, Nick Fury, and Steve Rogers' difficulty adjusting to life as a SHIELD agent than it is about his reunion with (SPOILER!) Bucky Barnes, his former best friend and a character from the first Captain America movie whom most people completely forgot about. Despite that, however, it is a worthy installment to the Marvel franchise and better than "The First Avenger".

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LHC

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Written by Jacquie Feuerborn

Posted on 06 April 2014

The game "2048" is currently sweeping across campus, but there is another game that is equally as addicting. "LHC" is the more science based cousin of "2048." "LHC" is a physics-based collision game. Instead of colliding numbers like in "2048," physics particles are smashed into each other in order to create larger, more impressive particles.

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