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Screen On Sound: The Water Diviner, The Forger and more

In this week’s installment of Screen on Sound, Lifestyle Editor Daniel Grzywacz and columnist Landon McDonald talk about recent and upcoming movie releases, as well as what’s hot on TV. Podcast produced by Melody Jiang.   The post Screen On Sound: The Water Diviner, The Forger and more appeared first on Daily Trojan.

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Ducks sweep the Ragin’ Cajuns in doubleheader

The Oregon softball team split Saturday’s doubleheader against Louisiana-Lafayette at Howe Field, improving to 41-5 on the season. Oregon won the first game in a rule-ruled fashion, 10-2 before winning the second, 2-1 in eight innings. Game 1: No. 2 Oregon 10, No. 9 ULL 2 In the bottom of the first, Nikki Udria drew a leadoff [...]

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Let Them Eat Fish: Why Food Stamp Restrictions Are a Bad Idea

What should poor people be allowed to eat? That is apparently one of the most burning questions on the minds of some lawmakers. Republican Missouri State Representative Rick Brattin recently sponsored a bill proposing that recipients of food stamps under SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, not be allowed to use their benefits to buy [...]

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Kentucky takes series as Florida baseball’s rally falls short

Richie Martin stood at the plate with the game on the line.

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Cal Poly softball loses late at Cal State Fullerton

Keenan Donath Follow @CPMustangSports !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=”//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”;fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,”script”,”twitter-wjs”); Coming into Saturday afternoon’s matchup against Cal State Fullerton, two games stood between the Cal Poly softball team and second place in the Big West Conference standings. The Mustangs were close to securing a win in a rainy first game against Cal State Fullerton, but allowed a late run to give the [...]

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Street Style: High fashion

Hundreds showed up at Memorial Glade on Monday afternoon to spark up conversations with friends and to share good vibes. Students were wearing everything under the sun, from tie-dye and crazy costumes to cool, unique articles of clothing like kimonos, cacti socks and jellyfish-patterned button-downs. Gloria Sukamto Gloria is elegantly composed in her vibrant scarf, kimono, [...]

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BYU softball celebrates seniors with sweep of USD

BYU softball’s sweep of the University of San Diego Toreros culminated Saturday with a 6-2 win on senior day. “We played very well this weekend,” BYU head coach Gordon Eakin said. “It was a difficult weekend with … the breaks in the weather and with us having to try to pull the tarp on and [...]

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Events in Baltimore: 4/24-4/26

FRIDAY The Gathering Food Truck Event Power Plant Live!, 12 p.m. Every food truck that is not sequestered on Hopkins campus for Spring Fair will likely make its way downtown to Power Plant. This particular gathering boasts live music in addition to all the delicacies usually offered. ____ Nelly Hopkins, 8 p.m. Drag your friends [...]

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Record Store Day has evolved, despite growing pains

Record Store Day was last Saturday — but some stores still have stacks of unsold records. A group of store owners first launched Record Store Day in 2007 to promote local record stores. Record stores buy copies of artists’ exclusive releases, which come in formats ranging from colorful vinyl albums to CD singles that will only [...]

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Florida baseball blanked by Kentucky

Florida’s hitters looked lost against Kentucky’s Zack Brown.

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