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6 Movies to Watch When You’re Heartbroken

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by Sam Benson

We’ve all had a broken heart at one time or another. Sometimes it’s because you got out of a long-term relationship while other times it might be because you have a bad case of unrequited love. Whatever the scenario, it’s always handy to have things on hand to cheer you up. I’ve made a list […]

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How to Make Difficult Decisions

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by Casey Nugent

For most of my life, I’ve been terrible at decision making. As a child, I was perfectly content to lay back and let other people make my choices for me. I never participated in the “what should we have for dinner” arguments with my family, I let my friends choose our after school hang out destinations, […]

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Heartbreak, Healing, and (some) Hysteria: Entertainment to Help You Through Your Break-up

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by Diego Molano Rodriguez

Summer has always been associated exciting flings, figuring yourself out, and new experiences. Sometimes these moments of self realization/discovery can also bring a heaping  dose of heartbreak. As much as we may want to tell ourselves and our loved ones that we’re completely fine, sometimes we need a little help to get through these things. […]

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10 Dashingly Good Books Set in England!

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by Sam Benson

Three years ago, I got the chance of a lifetime: to spend ten months living in England. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been obsessed with all things English. It started when I first read Harry Potter and only grew as I got older. As a teenager, I watched as much Doctor Who and […]

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Like Looking for Alaska? Try This!

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by Casey Nugent

Why? Boy follows Gavin Meeks, one of the cool kids at his high school. His life is an easy cycle of parties, snowboarding, girls, and easy-riding. But then Antoinette crash-lands at his high school. She’s different than most of the easy-going Evergreen High kids — she’s experienced tragedy first-hand, and she has a dark, dramatic […]

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The Many Faces of Sherlock Holmes: The Best Sherlock Holmes Adaptations

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by Jess Harold

In modern-day London, two brilliant high school students—one Sherlock Holmes and a Miss James “Mori” Moriarty—meet. A murder will bring them together. The truth very well might drive them apart. Before they were mortal enemies, they were much more… While Lock & Mori certainly isn’t conventional, author Heather W. Petty follows the longstanding tradition of […]

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7 Tales of Missing Sisters

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by Casey Nugent

I just finished Rachele Alpine’s novel A Void the Size of the World, and I am still in awe. The book follows Rhylee, who’s forced to grapple with her sister Abby’s disappearance. The thing is that Abby’s disappearance is indirectly Rhylee’s fault. Abby caught Rhylee kissing Abby’s boyfriend Tommy and fled into the woods heartbroken…and […]

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Answering What Ifs: 7 Cool Gender Swaps

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by Diego Molano Rodriguez

What if the Harry Potter series had featured a Harriet instead? Or what if Bobby Jones and not Bridget had released their diary for the world to gawk at? These are only some of the questions I agonize over on a daily basis. Gender flipping is at times controversial, but at the very least, is […]

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7 Secret Societies

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by Julie Jarema

The Order of IV, a secret society devoted to mischief that rights wrongs and pays back debts, sounds pretty awesome. What could be better than gathering together with your closest friends and getting up to trouble under the cover of anonymity? Well, things take a turn for the worst for this group of four friends […]

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