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Many times when we go through certain experiences, we feel alone. We believe no one has gone through the same thing or felt the same way. With many individuals experiencing isolation and self-quarantine because of the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s nice to know we aren’t the only ones being affecte…

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On March 20, Netflix released a limited, four episode series on Madam C.J. Walker titled “Self Made.” Walker is remembered as the famous black woman who developed hair products for women of color. Her business proved to be extremely successful and she’s noted in the Guinness Book of World Re…

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A staycation is something we have all likely dreamed about at one point or another. Now, with COVID-19 in our lives, we are being advised to stay inside and avoid the spread of germs in public places. When boredom strikes while practicing social distancing, here are five ways you can occupy …

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Warmer days are upon us as the spring season rolls in. Although you might be quarantining, this could be the perfect time for updating your room or home for the new season. In order to prepare for bright skies and the light breezes of spring, here are four simple ways you can update your spa…

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With the extension of spring break, it's understandable and expected that plans are going to shift. So, as you hang around the house watching TV this week, here’s a new show you may want to try. 

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Senior dance majors are very upset over the campus shutdown amid COVID-19. As the university moves to online courses, dance majors are left with many questions.

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On Feb. 25, the Multicultural Student Union (MSU) wrapped up its Black History Month program which took place every Tuesday afternoon in Upper Commons during February. The organization collaborated with the Commons chefs to create a lunch menu celebrating black heritage. 

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"Keep Ya Head Up" - 2Pac"C.R.E.A.M" - Wu Tang Clan"We the People" - A Tribe a called Quest "If I Ruled the World" - Nas"Formation" - Beyoncé "The Story of OJ" - Jay-Z"DNA" - Kendrick Lamar"This is America" - Childish Gambino

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Julia Baird’s book, “Victoria the Queen: An Intimate Biography of the Woman Who Ruled an Empire,” delves into the life of England’s second longest reigning monarch. 

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Valentine’s Day is coming! As the season of love rushes in, you may be in a tight spot with brainstorming ideas of what to get your significant other for V-Day. No need to worry! Here are a few inspirations for your special someone.

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If you’re looking for something to do with someone special on Valentine’s Day, or if you're spending the day loving yourself, a movie is definitely the way to go. 

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Tomorrow, Feb. 14, is a holiday known and celebrated by many: Valentine’s Day. Flowers, candy and gifts are common goods exchanged amongst loved ones, family and friends. But the real question is, where did this holiday originate?

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“Girls Just Want To Have Fun”  Cyndi Lauper“Shout Out To My Ex” Little Mix“Run the World (Girls)” Beyoncé “Wild Things” Alessia Cara“Love Myself” Hailee Steinfeld“These Days” Rudimental feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore“Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” Beyoncé 

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Charles Berthoud brought new talent to the Coffeehouse stage on Feb. 7 with an uncommon, two-handed tapping method of playing the bass guitar. Berthoud is a multi-instrumentalist who uses his contemporary bass guitar skills to wow crowds wherever he goes. 

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For thousands of years, tattoos have been an expression of artwork on bodies worldwide. The power of art, such as these tattoos, serves as a wonderful reminder of what we choose to hold close to our hearts. Today, people get tattoos for a variety of reasons: artistic freedom, rebellion, spir…

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Demi Lovato took the stage for the first time in almost two years at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on Jan 26. This was the first time the world has heard her perform live since her overdose in 2018. 

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Taylor Swift’s new Netflix documentary digs deeper than following the production of the 30-year-old musician’s songs. Between learning about self-care, speaking your mind and working as hard as you can, Swift gives her audience the motivation and courage to follow in her footsteps.

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Andrew Roberts’ book “Napoleon: A Life” is not only a comprehensive biography of Napoleon Bonaparte himself. Inside is a tour de force of the entire Napoleonic Wars, the beginning and end of the Napoleonic era and the history of Napoleon’s Grande Armee. 

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year… ish. Before truly embracing the warmth and cheer of the holiday season, there is a mountain ahead of us that has to be conquered first: finals.  

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In the Jewish religion, Hanukkah is an eight-day holiday celebrated on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev. 

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This time of the year brings joy to many people in different ways. One example of this is traditions, which are important to many families around the holiday season. Traditions are passed down through generations to help keep memories alive and keep loved ones who are no longer here close to…

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The foliage of autumn has appeared, the air finally feels crisp and pumpkin spice everything is available at your favorite coffee shops. Along with the fall season came a new album from Lana Del Rey that is best to listen to around the house, in your car or when you are simply enjoying your …

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By this time next Thursday, 88% of Americans will have eaten turkey at their holiday dinners, according to the U.S. Poultry and Egg Association. Turkeys are already stacked high at supermarkets and while all the living poultry may be wondering why their friends keep disappearing, there is on…

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How many of you remember trends from our childhood? Is there a particular one that first comes to mind? These trends are not only limited to fashion. They also encompass the games and other items that took over most of our lives growing up. 

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Each semester, RWU’s Literary Publishing class is busy reading and selecting works from all around the area to be included within “Mount Hope.” This literary magazine is a collection of various written pieces and is published once each semester.

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Looking for a fun and educational weekend trip? RWU students get free admission to the RISD Museum, which is affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design. Located at 20 N Main St. in Providence, the museum has numerous exhibits and an array of artifacts that can satisfy any visitor.

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“The Importance of Being Earnest,” performed by RWU Theatre, debuts this weekend in the Performing Arts Center.

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After 14 months and 236 shows, Bruce Springsteen ended his run on Broadway on Dec. 15, 2018. Six months later, he released his 19th studio album “Western Stars,” which is considered to be Southern California pop and country inspired.

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Suffrard is a second-year slammer whose poems involve situations from her past. She spoke about being bad at confrontation and said that instead of saying anything, she suppresses it and writes about it in a notebook. Over time, those experiences eventually form into poems. She said particip…

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Rhode Island is a lively place for entertainment and excitement. One enjoyable activity to try out is open mic nights! Whether you want to be in the spotlight or choose to sing in the audience, these events are perfect for fun with friends in the ocean state. 

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Poetry slam judges were told last night to only give a score of 10 to poems that changed their life. Junior Judith Suffrard, who took home first place for her poem "Happy Anniversary," was the only slammer in the competition to receive this score. Not only that, but the crowd gave her a stan…