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Invisible Message on Child Abuse Poster

Invisible Message on Child Abuse Poster

Tiara Chakkaw, Associate Editor, Features and Extras, 2012-2013; Columnist, 2011-2012

June 4, 2013

As part of an anti-child abuse campaign, children are able to seek help through a “secret” message on posters. Anar Foundation, a Spanish organization, has developed new advertisements with lenticular printing, a technique that provides a hologram effect.  This allows only children 4’5 and be...

Jodi Arias Trial

Jodi Arias Trial

Kai Farley, Columnist

May 20, 2013

The Jodi Arias murder case began in the summer of 2008 with the breakup between Arias and former boyfriend, Travis Alexander, which resulted in his death. After a long and highly publicized trial, Arias was found guilty of first degree murder.  Alexander was found stabbed, shot, and stuffed in his own b...

Old Wives’ Tales

Adaptation of photograph taken by Christopher Hsia, available under a Creative Commons Attribution and Attribution-ShareAlike license.Copyright © 2011 Christopher Hsia.

Ethan Price, Columnist

November 1, 2012

Old wives' tales have been around for decades, and they were originally intended to scare children into doing what they were told. Today, people still believe these tales have value, and some may actually have unexpected benefits. A common tale suggests that eating ice cream before you go to bed wi...

Study Tips to Better Grades

Study Tips to Better Grades

Tiara Chakkaw, Associate Editor, Features and Extras, 2012-2013; Columnist, 2011-2012

November 1, 2012

Do you constantly find yourself unsatisfied with your test scores? Students often cram for tests the night before due to their endless list of homework and activities, or their internal battle with procrastination. Whether students want to bump their B grades on tests to A's, or failing test scores ...

This is Slightly Upsetting

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Alex Dockery, Columnist, 2012-2013

October 30, 2012

After a long day of work or school, most of us would like nothing more than to simply go home and rest. Home is a place filled with relaxation and comfort where we can go to relax and recuperate. Since we hold our homes in such high esteem, a lot of us might be surprised to learn that there are a lot of ...

Looper Review

Aaron Ruacho, Columnist, 2010-2013

October 28, 2012

Looper, a science fiction action movie that was released this past September, is packed with paradoxes, action, and a major identity crisis. The film is set  in the year 2074, when time travel is invented;  it is immediately outlawed, because of the dangers that come with the ability to change the past...

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