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Ebola: A crisis without borders

As the Ebola crisis in West Africa continues to spread, it is rapidly becoming apparent that this is a world health issue, reaching far beyond the borders of the three countries primarily afflicted. Saio Conteh, a 22-year-old Old Dominion University senior, is one of a handful of international students who originally hails from one of [...]

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Featured fitness class: super abs

Everyone wants a flat stomach. There is nothing more coveted than a nice six pack of abs. If you are looking for a fun way to tone up your stomach and have fun while doing it, Super Abs is the class for you. Super Abs is located in the group exercise room of the Student [...]

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Burleigh wants Florida soccer team to remember who they are

Becky Burleigh’s message to her team this week was simple: remember who you are.

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Eating Berkeley’s guide to pumpkin-flavored everything in Berkeley

Though the weather isn’t exactly indicative of it yet, the fall season has begun. Evidence for this fact has been provided by stores all over the country that have begun temporarily increasing the amount of pumpkin-flavored food items. From the OG Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte to the progressive Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Salted [...]

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What in the WWW? New domain hispanic or vegan?

Google just created a new domain .SOY! When you see this, what comes to mind?  Many people think of the sacred food of vegans.  Google came out with it as a way for Latinos to have their own unique way to express themselves on the web.  Turns out, it really only works in Spanish (where [...]

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15 movies you probably didn’t know were filmed in Oregon

There is a special kind of excitement you feel when you see a familiar place on the big screen. A little slice of reality in the cinematic world we sometimes go to escape. Whether it’s the mystical qualities of nature, the eerie fog that rolls in, or the never-ending trees that line the windy coastal [...]

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FSU volleyball nears history

The Seminoles came into last week ranked fourth in the AVCA Coaches poll, undefeated with a record of 17 wins and no losses and off of two wins against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents Louisville and North Carolina State, and the team followed their AC

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The Bendgate Scandal: Why Does The iPhone 6 Plus Bend?

The Internet’s most recent technology craze involves Apple’s newest product, the iPhone 6 Plus. For those who haven’t heard, a series of YouTube videos have displayed iPhone 6 Plus owners experiencing a bent iPhone after normal usage. Although the company has successfully sold over 10 million phones after the first weekend on the market, the [...]

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C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Biodiversity tries to work with space

The C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Biodiversity has housed one of the most extensive arthropod collections in the region in one of the smallest spaces on campus for the past 12 years. The museum, which is located in the basement of Laurel Hall, contains more than three million specimens and is considered one of the [...]

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CMPD investigating after university student found dead in parking garage

Photo by Sara Carson A dead body was found in a car on level two of the South Village Parking Deck at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21. According to housing and residence life, the student was a resident of Hunt Hall. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) has taken over the investigation and will [...]

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