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Making money through streaming live video games

Players throughout the world are utilizing programs that enable them to stream live feeds of their video games. Through the access of websites such as Twitch.tv, players are able to make thousands of dollars by their streams. A lot of people don’t understand how or why people would want to sit there and watch another person […]

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Mozambique bound

I was halfway around the world before it really set in. The decision I had made was completely out of character, yet here I was. For months I sat at the edge of my seat, butterflies in my stomach and excitement rattling my bones. We were at the Mozambican border control before it felt like […]

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‘The Fault in Our Stars’: Book vs. movie

When reading a novel, we envision characters and settings a particular way, and when that novel is produced into a movie, sometimes it’s a perfect depiction of our vision, and others times, well, it’s just not. After getting the basic movie necessities (popcorn, candy and a drink), I realized this movie required one more thing: […]

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There’s a certain eeriness that pervades the last weeks of an experience. I believe that life is divided up into chapters, some more noticeable in their boundaries than others. The chapters that are marked, like college, pace on with rhythm that is as hypnotizing as it is consistent. Reading a great book is a bittersweet […]

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Wasatch Savage: Kalu Yala is calling

For me, this adventure started in a cubicle. It started when I landed a job in the mortgage industry as a 19-year-old and the promise of a comfortable commission tempted me away from my pursuit of education. I was a 9-to-5, business-casual teenager who soon met the beast of daily boredom. After nearly a year of […]

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Sci-Fi Heroine: Top 5 nerdy ways to beat the heat this summer

The final push of spring semester has begun. Graduates are posing for awkward pictures and feeling like dorks in their caps and gowns that they don mostly for family and friends. As graduates and those of us who will still follow the grind of school come wind down the semester, the promise of warmth and […]

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