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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Charges Pursued by Pennsylvania Court System

Once America’s beloved TV dad Bill Cosby is now being charged in Pennsylvania. After being released in 2004 on a $1 million bail for 3 counts of alleged aggravated indecent assault, Cosby arrived in Pennsylvania Wednesday Feb. 3. He is facing criminal sexual assault charges for the first time. The Montgomery, PA Defense Attorney filed the past charges against Cosby within the 12-year stature of limitations, allowing this case to…

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State Champs has been “Around the World and Back”

On Fri, Oct. 16, pop-punk band State Champs released their second full-length album “Around the World and Back.”Their first full length album, “The Finer Things,” was released back in summer 2013. Prior to that, the band had a series of Extended-Plays (EPs). There were some high expectations going into this album. “The Finer Things” was literally pop-punk perfection this generation of music was longing for and finally got. It is…

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After a Rough Road, Lovato Officially “Confident”

On Fri, Oct. 16, Demi Lovato released her fifth studio album “Confident.” This is the singer’s first album in two years, her last release being her self-titled album “Demi” in 2013. Lovato’s voice has gone through a transformation. Looking at the start of her career singing on Disney Channel in 2008 to present, her voice has definitely gained range as indicated by most of her songs on “Confident.” From the…

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Gamers everywhere have been waiting over five years for “Fallout 4.” The game was rumored to come out multiple times before it was finally announced at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo on June 3. Now the long wait is finally over. In less than a week, “Fallout 4″ will be in the hands of millions of gamers. “Fallout 4″ is best described as a role-playing game with a massive open…

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Dougherty Completes Sculpture Project on Green

Photo by Taylor Sanford The Stick Works project on the campus green has come to an end. Patrick Dougherty finally finished the sculpture on Oct. 23, as promised. The sculpture is in front of the John Stewart Memorial Library. This all happened thanks to the volunteers as well as Dougherty. The sculpture itself looks like large towers and complements the library. It is also an interactive piece. Most can walk…

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College: Sleep Takes the Backseat When Work is Due

With the hustle and bustle of college happening daily in a student’s life, it can be easy to see why sleep would not be the most important thing on their mind. Between classes, homework, eating, and extracurricular activities, there is not enough time to do everything one would like to in a given day. Sleep is something many students end up sacrificing in favor of other activities. But in reality,…

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Experiences Shared Through Human Loan Project

Everyone has their own story which can be easy or difficult. When people talk about good news or happiness, they can talk to others who are not close friends without hesitation. However, it is too difficult to talk to people about the hardships that they went through or are experiencing now. So, there was an opportunity to share stories about adversity. On Saturday, Oct. 24, there was a human loan…

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