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    Game Pass Weekly Roundup: ‘Crackdown 3’ is an addicting, neon-soaked experience

Game Pass Weekly Roundup: ‘Crackdown 3’ is an addicting, neon-soaked experience

Game Pass is a monthly/yearly subscription service on the Xbox One. Every month they release titles new and old onto the roster, sometimes adding games from this generation as well as the 360 and the original Xbox library. If you’re a college student/gamer on a budget, there are plenty of

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    Race car documentary ‘Qualified’ goes down the right track

Race car documentary ‘Qualified’ goes down the right track

Janet Guthrie — a name only some have heard of but holds a significant title in the world of race car driving. Director and producer Jenna Ricker’s documentary debut, “Qualified” recounts the events in the historical race car driver’s life that led her to become the influential figure she is today.

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    “My Roommate is a Cat” is the “purr-fect” anime to watch with your pet

“My Roommate is a Cat” is the “purr-fect” anime to watch with your pet

Have you ever wondered what your pet was thinking? Why did your pet knock over a bowl, or why did your pet suddenly run away? If you spend as much time as I do thinking about what your pet might be thinking, then “My Roommate is a Cat” is an

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    Ayurvedic skincare for the acne-prone college student

Ayurvedic skincare for the acne-prone college student

Makeup is cool, but have you ever had clear skin without going broke? Within the last few years, the trend of protecting one’s skin has seen a resurgence in the U.S. with the introduction of Korean skincare brands into our domestic market. While the results can be undeniable, the products

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    ‘Snotgirl’ captivates with its girly aesthetic and mysterious undertones

‘Snotgirl’ captivates with its girly aesthetic and mysterious undertones

Perched perfectly among the cluttered comic book shelves of rebooted, revived and extended adaptions sits “Snotgirl,” a comic with a surprising amount of twists and blood for its cutesy aesthetic. What draws some readers and polarizes others is the comic’s pastel and unapologetically feminine palette contrasts among more muted covers

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    Underrated dishes to try in Denton restaurants

Underrated dishes to try in Denton restaurants

It’s time for lunch. You’re alone and empty. Your stomach growls for attention, begging you for more sustenance than iced coffee. What do you feed her? I’m not here to shame anyone for eating Chipotle multiple times a week. But for those looking for an out, I hear your call

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    Bold fashion looks to test out this spring

Bold fashion looks to test out this spring

Though it’s probably hard to believe, I didn’t pop out of the womb mixing and matching patterns. When fashion first piqued my interest, runways terrified me. I was (still am) convinced that designers close their eyes, play a few rounds of “eeny, meeny, miny, moe” and voila – couture. Through experimenting

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    ‘Mob Psycho 100 II’ is 100 percent the show to watch this season

‘Mob Psycho 100 II’ is 100 percent the show to watch this season

It is no secret to those who have watched the first season of “Mob Psycho 100” that it has stunning visuals and an admittedly slow, but rewarding plot. It preaches learning how to forgive and the importance of finding family in a light-hearted yet impactful manner. For those who do

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    Oscars 2019: What will win and what should win

Oscars 2019: What will win and what should win

The Oscars are upon us once more so now is the time for all levels of wild speculation to arise as to what films and what actors will win the esteemed golden trophy come Feb. 24. As much as it hurts to say it, the Oscars are usually a predictable

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    A look into the wonderful world of black cinema

A look into the wonderful world of black cinema

We create art to express ourselves and the stories that live inside of us, but most importantly we create art to speak to others and tell the narratives of people and events that came before us and will come after us. Black cinema has done this from its very beginning.

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