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Neil deGrasse Tyson, esteemed astrophysicist and educator, takes the reigns and seeks to teach a new generation in “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.”Read More
This film is a great attribute to the dedication to art and preservation of the world’s culture.Read More
Dead, but not forgotten, the “Flappy Bird” legacy is almost as strange as its short life.Read More
Though Valentine’s Day has come and gone, we see them on television shows, in books and even on our own campus — young lovers and hopeless romantics going through their college years striving to balance their time for education with their significant other.Read More
Thanks to Alabama Amendment 774, otherwise known as the “Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment,” which passed at an 81 percent approval rating in 2006, same-sex marriages cannot be performed by a state official and recognized out-of-state by the government.Read More
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