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Gemini Wired – What Now (Official Anti bullying Video)

With spring break coming up for many students across the nation, it may be a good time to talk about something important. Whether your a teacher,  parent, or student this message is for you and should have some sort of impact. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in youth ages 10-24 and the […]

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Facebooks 50 New Gender Options

Despite everything Facebook has to offer its users it seemed to be lacking one thing. The popular social media site only acknowledged the male and female gender. As of yesterday Feb. 13th, Facebook has added 50 more options for you to classify yourself as. To edit your gender, click on “Update Info,” then go to […]

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First NFL Prospect To Be Openly Gay

Yesterday marked a historic day in sports and football alike. 2013 SEC Defensive Player of the Year and a potential NFL draft pick, Michael Sam, came out as openly gay. Sam told the New York Times, “I am Michael Sam and I’m a football player and I’m gay.” Over the past few years as the […]

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“Copied” memories transferred

Hello all, Recently a very reliable source (Dr. Michio Kaku) explained briefly a breakthrough in memory “copying” and the ability to replant the memory of a mouse back into the mouse with success. This sounds like a familiar process to those of us who’ve spent much time playing the Assassins Creed series. It looks like […]

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White House Is To Address The Bieber Petition

If you haven’t heard pop star Justin Bieber’s recent antics have gotten him in some significant problems to the point it has become (to some) a national issue. There has even been a petition that has gained over 230,000 signatures that is asking the White House to deport Bieber back to Canada and take away his […]

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Anti-Apartheid Leader Nelson Mandela Dead At 95

Nelson Mandela died today at the age of 95. The Nobel Peace Prize winning and anti-apatheid leader ended his battle today with a respiratory infection he had been struggling with. The first black president of South Africa, Mandela’s desire was to repair South Africa’s conflicts between ethnicities, created a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate crimes […]

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Journey Donates $350,000 To Relief Efforts

Journey has donated a significant amount of money towards the typhoon relief effort for the Philippines. The band has announced they are donating $350,000 according to the Associated Press. Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on November 8th, destroying cities and killing more than 3,600 people. Nearly 2 million people have been displaced by the storm, with […]

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John Haesemeyer ‘Love, Why So Far Away’ Review

Straight out of San Francisco, Haesemeyer, recently released a music video on his latest single with a collaboration with the San Francisco hip hop community.  “I didn’t set out to write a rap song,” Haesemeyer explains, “but as my producer and I were shaping the song in pre-production, there was a moment where we both turned to […]

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New York Times Explains Connection Between Music and Success

New York Times Explains Connection Between Music and Success   A very well written article by Joanne Lipman on how music can lead to success. By examining different politicians, businessmen and other noteworthy people Lipman provides a sort of story or an examination of how music has affected these individuals lives to make them become a […]

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Dylan’s 1965 Guitar Going To Auction

Bob Dylan’s Fender Stratocaster that he played during his set at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival is on its way to auction. This guitar has been in the possession of Dawn Peterson’s family in New Jersey for nearly 50 years, when she went public with it on an episode of the PBS show History Detectives, […]

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