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Cow Farts and Global Warming

James Eckstein | Contributor With the abundance of inclement weather at the end of this summer, global warming has become a more relevant discussion topic. People are beginning to question their own appetite for cows. […]

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TEDxUNBC 2017: Dispelling Misconceptions

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Tierney Watkinson | News Director TED Talks, “Ideas worth spreading,” have long had a reputation for engaging audiences with thought provoking, grounded presentations of ideas that are novel, intelligent, and inspiring. TED Talks began as [...]

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NUGSS Board Reform

Sam Wall | Editor in Chief In the last couple of weeks, members of the NUGSS Board of Directors have been tabling in the Wintergarden, and held an Open House on October 12, in anticipation […]

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Dungeons & Dragons

Tierney Watkinson | Team Member Wounded and weary, the adventurers watched as the dragon Venomfang coiled and bared his fangs in a menacing grin, preparing to attack. His scales, glistening poison green, were stained with […]

Arts

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Backyard BBQ

Corey Bonnar | Contributor Oh September is here with a joyous return to our grounds, Like spawning salmon in the fall back for another year round, The BBQ has fired up, time to welcome back […]

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Trick or Treat?

Alexandra Tuttosi | Team Member Halloween is the best time of year because you can scare the stress right out of your mind. Movies are a great way to do that. Though there are many […]

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Sleepwalking to Brain Death

Emmanuel Drame | Team Member A night time satellite image of planet Earth shows nothing but lights, That’s the new image of our brains today, lights everywhere from sensory Overload of information. Too much to […]

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