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More than just a shoe

When buying a pair of shoes, the first thing a majority of people look for is style. This is an important part of the shoe buying process but it is not the only part. If the only thing you're searching for is a pair of sneakers to serve as a pair of regular walking around, all-encompassing pair of shoes then the importance of style is at the top of the list. But when searching for shoes that are going to be ...

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Life after college: steps for a killer interview

We’ve heard the horror stories of interviews gone wrong. It’s not easy getting through interviews if you are underprepared. The interview process can vary from job to job but the most important thing to an interview is to be prepared. Before you apply for a job look over your resume. Is your resume up to date? Are there any errors? Does your resume flow? A resume determines whether or not you’ll be consider ...

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Zinc: cure for the common cold?

When feeling sick most people run to the store to buy vitamin c. What about taking a zinc supplement instead? Most people taking vitamin c supplement when they feel sick can see a shortness of the duration of their cold. Vitamin c is an age old trick but after an article published in 1984, the question of taking zinc when sick has had interesting results. Zinc, which can be found in the biosphere, air, wate ...

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Store Review: Abundant Blessings

Back when I lived in McPherson, Kansas -about 30 minutes from Salina- I wasn’t really that strong in my faith, which really sucked because there was a Christian store on almost every corner downtown. When I did move to Salina, my faith began to grow and my curiosity expanded. I began looking for little Christian Stores around Salina in order to get gifts, decorations, and books to further my faith. It did n ...

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Dorm Room Recipes: Pizza Salad

Okay, let’s be completely honest, most of us do NOT have time to cook. Maybe one Sunday a month, we might head to the kitchen to make mac and cheese, but anything over 30 minutes just seems like a nightmare. That is why over the course of my college career, I have found a love for the 30-minute meals recipes provided by the famous Chef Rachael Ray. So for my recipe this week, I looked back at her 2006 cookb ...

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Dorm Room Recipes: King Cake

Hey Coyotes, I am doing two recipes this week because next Tuesday is Mardi Gras. At least that is the French translation for "Fat Tuesday." As everyone knows, Mardi Gras is a huge celebration that takes place in Louisiana every year, and to celebrate I am giving you a recipe for a Mardi Gras must have: King Cake. King Cake is not something that is often made at my house. Which means, sadly, there is no fam ...

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Movie Review: A Dog’s Purpose

Dog lovers unite for this sweet tale which follows the spirit of a dog as he attempts to find his purpose in life. This film is an adaptation of the novel written by W. Bruce Cameron, which was published in 2010. The film has a simple storyline which is easy to follow. The first substantial dog life that is explained in depth is with Bailey, whose owner is a young Ethan. In this life, Bailey starts to form ...

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Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The Prequel to the Harry Potter series, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,  was not as good as expected. The movie by itself is good at best, but in the context of the Harry Potter series it falls short. The wizarding world that was created in the Harry Potter series is not reached in the newest movie and the plot is weak. One of the positives from the movie came from the character, Gellert Grindelwal ...

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Pumpkin Pie Cup Cakes

It’s fall, so you know it’s time for all of the fun desserts to come out and play. In this addition I am sharing one of my favorite fall recipes, pumpkin pie cupcakes. I have helped my mom make these for my family’s thanksgiving for as long as I can remember, and they are delicious. First off you will need: • ⅔ cup all purpose flour • 15 oz pumpkin puree • ¾ cup sugar • 2 large eggs • 1 teaspoon vanilla • ¾ ...

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Movie Review: Doctor Strange

[media-credit id=10 align="alignleft" width="237"][/media-credit] After a tragic accident, Doctor Stephen Strange suffered an irreversible injury to his hands. A man who made his living by being a surgeon, is now faced with the harsh reality that he will never be able to return to the work that he loves. This tragedy inspires him to search out all means of surgery, and to test the ability of modern medicine ...

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