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Colourpop: The Best Inexpensive Lippies

Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor Colourpop: The Best Inexpensive Lippies As any other makeup lover, I find myself in Ulta and Sephora constantly. My eyes are always drawn to the most expensive and high quality products, even though my bank account does not always agree. In times when I am running a little low on […]

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My Poshmark Experience

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor An ad for Poshmark popped up on an app I was using not too long ago, and my initial thoughts were how it looked like one of those shopping apps where you order something and your item looks nothing like it did in the pictures. I looked up reviews, and […]

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Review: Golden Wonder Bath Bomb by Lush

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor Golden Wonder is a Christmas themed bath bomb that Lush releases annually. The bomb is vegan and cruelty-free. Due to its popularity, it is a miracle that I was able to get my hands on one. I was so excited to try it out that I used it a […]

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Makeup Review: Bobbi Brown Eye-Opening Mascara

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor My eyelashes have always been my favorite part of my face. This is where I usually take the most time when I am doing my makeup; they have to be perfect before I leave my house. I could skip the lipstick, blush, eyeliner but never mascara. I literally feel […]

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Review of Lush’s Five Most Popular Bath Bombs

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor I am absolutely a Lush fanatic, so trying out these bath bombs was a ton of fun; but be warned, they’re not always what they’re cracked up to be. If you’re interested in what all the hype is about, or just wondering what I think about these insanely popular bath products, […]

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Death Grips-Jenny Death Track Ranking

Andrew Nogay Web Content Contributor   A few days ago, the newest album from Death Grips, one of the most praised and mysterious musical acts in recent memory, was leaked before its planned March 31 release. So Death Grips did what Death Grips does: it put all of the songs from the album, Jenny Death, on their […]

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Top 5 Local Breakfast Tacos in SM

By Gabriela Moore Web Content Contributor Breakfast. If you go anywhere outside of south Texas they may give you a plate full of eggs, a couple strips of bacon, and toast. What do you do with that? Wrap it in a homemade tortilla, throw in some salsa and now we’re really talking. Heck, I’ll take […]

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Contact Telescope in the Making

By Katelyn Hawkes Blog Content Contributor I have recently come across a new development in contact lenses for the visually impaired. The new prototype has surfaced in California at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual conference. Researchers were able to create a lens that zooms in and out with a ‘wink’ of […]

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Inherent Vice [Movie Review]

Bridgette East, Web Content Contributor Paul Thomas Anderson has done it again. That is, he made another movie that will show you the true capacity of film. Inherent Vice, directed by Anderson and based on a novel by notoriously reclusive author Thomas Pynchon, is a psychedelic twist on the classic film Noir, Set in California […]

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Controller Classics: ‘Mega Man X’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor Game: Mega Man X Release Date: Dec. 17, 1993 Developers: Capcom Publishers: Capcom Platform(s): Super Nintendo (SNES) It is up to a robot with human emotions, the multi-functional cannon built into his arm and his determination to save the future of the human race from an organization of deadly, demolishing droids. The futuristic, side-scroller classic “Mega Man X” is […]

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Controller Classics: ‘Mario Kart 64’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor/Game Reviewer Game: Mario Kart 64 Release Date: Feb. 10, 1997 Developers: Nintendo EAD Publishers: Nintendo Platform(s): Nintendo 64 “LET’S-eh GO!” Now HOW could I write video game reviews without writing about one of the most popular and fun games ever created? For those of you who have not had […]

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Controller Classics: ‘Street Fighter II’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor Game: Street Fighter II Release Date: Feb. 6, 1991 Developers: Capcom Publishers: Capcom Platform(s): Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) “ROUND ONE! FIGHT!” These words were music to my ears. I could not be a martial arts master at the age of five (weird, right?), so I figured that playing the […]

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Controller Classics: ‘Assassin’s Creed II’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor Game: Assassin’s Creed II Release Date: Nov. 17, 2009 Developers: Ubisoft Montreal Publishers: Ubisoft Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X Review Scores: Game Spot…………….9/10 IGN………………………9.2/10 Edge…………………….8 We have all wondered what it would be like to travel through time, but what about time traveling through the memory of one […]

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Controller Classics: ‘GoldenEye 007’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor Release Date (US): Aug. 25, 1997 Developers: Rare Publishers: Nintendo Platform(s): Nintendo 64 Review scores: GameSpot…. 9.8/10 IGN…………… 9.7/10 Edge…………. 9/10 (1997) He is the only person that can walk away from an explosion straightening his tie. He is the definition of the word “swagger.” The “Most Interesting Man […]

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Controller Classics: ‘Batman: Arkham City’

By Adam M. Cook Web Editor Game: Batman: Arkham City Release Date: Oct. 18, 2011 Developers: Rocksteady Studios Publishers: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Platform(s): Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Microsoft Windows, Wii U, Cloud(OnLive), OS X Game trailer: (**spoiler alert at 2:05**) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-V1ZF5cNYCs Imagine stepping into the boots of the bone-crushing detective who uses sharp intellect, brute […]

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