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Like many, I eagerly set out to binge-watch “Thirteen Reasons Why” on Netflix. I found myself just as frustrated with Clay for dodging watching the tapes for thirteen episodes, but ultimately found myself frusturated for other reasons. This is a short show and I really struggled to finish it and only recently came to understand why that is. *Warning there are some spoilers in this review.
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On March 3, 2017, Nintendo released the Switch, its first home console since the Wii U in 2012. Like the Wii and 3DS, the Nintendo Switch is yet another attempt at pushing the limits of what a console can be. In this case, the Switch can operate as a console, tablet and portable handheld, depending on the orientation of the JoyCon controllers and accompanying screen. The console is somewhat similar to a PSP, with buttons on either side and a large screen in the center. This setup can be customized and changed as well.
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Bees have recently made their first appearance on the endangered species list. According to Time, 80 percent of our food relies on pollination at some point in its life cycle. This decline in the presence of bees is related to several factors: loss of habitat, the spread of parasites and small population. How quickly the bee colonies are decreasing concerns scientists, and according to the latest results of a nationwide survey, beekeepers lost 44 percent of their honey bee colonies between 2015 and 2016. Fortunately, Honey Nut Cheerios may have come up with a solution to try and preserve the life of the bees.
Continue reading Cheerios’ Bring Back the Bees Campaign Helping or Harming Endangered Bees?
Lifestyle Staff Writer| Katie Oinonen| firstname.lastname@example.org
Does slavery still exist? The recent film “Get Out” seems to answer this question for us.
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Filmmakers from 41 countries are coming together next week to convene, share and explore their artworks at the 44th annual Athens International Film Festival.
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Lifestyle Staff Writer| Ashley Edgell| firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohio University students kicked off fest season this past weekend with Milliron Fest, followed by Mill Fest. Judging by the crowded street and the stories shared, Mill Fest was far from disappointing for Bobcats this year. The large crowd, the loud music, and the alcohol consumption are just a few reasons as to why the students of Ohio University love fest season. Some look forward to Mill Fest, while others can’t wait for Palmer Fest. Which fest do the students of Athens, Ohio like the best?
Continue reading Which Fest is the Best? A Look At Ohio University’s Fest Season
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With midterms approaching, we’re all looking for ways to alleviate our stress. Finding time for self-care is difficult when you also have to balance work, studying and a social life. However, simple and natural help is available. Aromatherapy, an alternative medicinal practice that uses essential oils to promote wellbeing, could be the easy cure to stress that you’re looking for.
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Protests have been dominating college campuses all over the world, as students feel increasingly scared and anger. People are looking to change and stop President Donald Trump’s policies.
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Issues with productivity, memory, or money? Most college students face at least one of these at some point in the semester, if not all at the same time. More often than not, Google Chrome extensions can solve the problem – or at least alleviate the pain. Here are the 10 best Chrome extensions that won’t make life completely stress-free, but might make it just a little bit easier.
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Society Staff Writer | Ben Vizy | firstname.lastname@example.org
Every year since 1967, Las Vegas has hosted the Consumer Electronics Show, a gigantic convention that gives tech and design companies the opportunity to show off new products and prototypes. Today the event is so large, it would be nearly impossible to see everything, with booth after booth demonstrating new ideas for mass consumers. Continue reading 4 Devices of the Future told by the Consumer Electronics Show 2017