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    Top 3 Go-To Valentine’s Day Movies

    By: Kimberly Kelly Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and it’s time for plans to be in order. Going out to dinner is great, but sometimes staying in and watching a […]

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    Ralph Breaks The Box Office

    By: Alberto Gilman Six years in the making, the fans finally got the sequel they were hoping for: “Wreck it Ralph 2- Ralph Breaks the Internet”. Back in 2012, a […]

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    DIY Your Holiday

    By: Tori Kuhr With Christmas around the corner, college students want to enjoy the holiday with friends and family while off from school. Even while living on a limited college […]

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    5 Places to Relieve Finals Stress Off-Campus

    By: Sam Young As the semester comes to a close, most students find themselves bogged down by the anxiety of impending due dates for projects, papers, presentations and tests. It […]

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    Binge-Worthy Shows to Occupy Your Break

    By: Claudia Larsen Don’t know how to spend your break? Fearful for the impending boredom? Look no further, I have a solution for you: binge the heck out of Netflix. […]

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    TOP 10 Most Wanted: A Gift Giving Guide

    By: James McVey Is it better to give or to receive? Well, what about both? Despite there being different strokes for different folks, most of us can reach a consensus […]

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    Dear Addy: Finals Dilemma

    Dear Addy, This semester is in full throttle; I am falling behind in every aspect of my life. I just don’t think I’m going to pass my finals, and on […]

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    Christmas Events in the Hudson Valley

    By: Kimberly Kelly With Christmas right around the corner, the Hudson Valley is packed with festive activities to partake in. From meetings with Santa to rides on the Polar Express […]

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    Bigfoot Discovers People: “Smallfoot” Review

    By Tori Kuhr “Smallfoot,” directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, follows the journey of a friendly Yeti named Migo who discovers something he never thought existed, a “smallfoot,” aka a human. He […]

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    A New Dawn: “Halloween” 40 Years Later

    By Claudia Larsen John Carpenter’s “Halloween” is one of the most famous slasher films in history. The name Michael Myers lives in infamy. When it debuted in 1978 it grossed […]

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    Hiking Along the Hudson

    By Kim Kelly Spanning over 7,228 square miles and 11 counties, the Hudson Valley has over 70 hiking trails to offer. With fall in full swing it’s the perfect time […]

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    Easy as Pie: A Thanksgiving Survival Guide

    By Fiona Jamieson The semester has been flying by, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While it’s exciting to take a breather from the incessant demands of college, Thanksgiving […]

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    5 Frightening Features

    By Kimberly Kelly Halloween is right around the corner, which means everyone’s picking costumes and planning wild nights. If partaking in the activities isn’t your cup of tea, another way […]

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    Dear Addy: Long Distance Dilemma

    Dear Addy, I’ve been dating my boyfriend, John Doe, for a year now. Going away to college is the first time that we’ve had to have a long distance relationship. […]

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    Liz’s Top 3: Horror Movies

    By Elizabeth David October means the start of the Fall season, but it also means that it’s the time of year to enjoy all the exciting, scary and spooky things […]