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Fashion is the new passion for men

  Many men are swapping their basketball shorts and t-shirts for khakis and bow ties in an attempt become more fashionable.   Over the years, gay men have always been fashion conscious. However, in the past the average man hasn’t been as concerned with what he wears.   That’s all […]

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Women’s breasts: “Our cups runneth over”

  Since the 19th century, women have been wearing bras as undergarments to support their breasts. But is the average woman wearing the right size bra?    According to TIME Magazine, 70 to 85 percent of women are wearing the wrong size bras. Is it because they can’t afford to […]

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The Price Is Right is coming on down to Tallahassee

  The Price is Right, Live! will be coming on down to the Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center live this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The Price Is Right, which features entertaining games for the crowd, is a game show hosted by Drew Carey. Guests are picked straight from the audience […]

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Twitter Etiquette

  We live in a technologically advanced society where social media plays a vital role in the delivering of messages. Twitter became popular in July 2006 and has taken social media by storm. With 500 million active users, over 340 million tweets per day are sent. But similar to making […]

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Living the green life on a student budget

  Students on college campuses nationwide are taking the initiative of being eco-friendly. Many students who want to go green are having a difficult time because they feel it’s expensive. Anthony Ward, the president of Florida A&M’s Green Coalition, believes students don’t have to spend a lot of money to […]

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Social media for the college professional

  In an age where social media reigns supreme, students have fallen prey to giving access to their entire lives with the click of a button.  Providing the best professional image for a future employer is one of the most important, yet overlooked, tasks when it comes to students and […]

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Suicide vigil highlights days of remembrance

  The people in the crowd bowed their heads in prayer, before the You Are Not Alone Suicide Awareness Walk began on Saturday morning at the Florida A&M University track.    Erica Starling, the principle of Gadsden Elementary Magnet School, organized the event for her son Torrie William’s second-year memorial. […]

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Websites to help students succeed

  With the fall semester under way, students should know some go-to websites for anything from cheap textbooks to helpful educational tools. Making college life easier is essential for students on The Hill and campuses everywhere.   Chegg.com – Chegg is a textbook rental site where students can sell, rent and […]

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Students love coupons

  Couponing is more popular now than ever. With TLC’s reality television show “Extreme Couponing,” the world is now familiar with the growing interest in coupons. The classic medium for coupons still is newspapers. Just as the world of technology has evolved, so have coupon clippings. Today, coupons can be […]

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Can a bad internship be a good thing?

  Most college students dream of getting an internship that will help launch their future career paths, but many suffer at the hands of bad experiences that ultimately change their futures entirely.   The purpose of internships is to give individuals the opportunity to grow professionally via hands-on experience.   […]