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New Dining Furniture Shines Too Bright of a Light on What’s to Come

Any returning SNHUdents who have been in the dining hall may have noticed a few changes to the decor. The once red and black wooden chairs and wooden tables have been replaced with more modern looking blue and white chairs and plastic, stark white tables. These new pieces were installed around graduation time in May 2018, and one would have thought that perhaps the
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Primary Elections on Tuesday: A Stepping Stone to Trump’s Impeachment

As we watch Congress bicker over the legitimacy of President Donald Trump’s election into office, we should really be focusing on voting in the September primaries. Granted, U.S. citizens should be voting in every election; however, with allegations of corruption mounting, voting will determine President Trump’s future. The latest accusation against President Trump, more specifically the president’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, is campaign finance violations.
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Is Tinder Really Worth It?

Is swiping right really worth it on tinder? There is no guarantee you’ll get a match, and it’s hard to be sure if the person will even message you back. Tinder is reaching its sixth year in September. In those six years it has barely changed its formula of simply swiping left or right to find a match. If you haven’t heard of Tinder,
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The Perfect Peanut Butter and Jelly

When it comes to sandwiches, I’ll admit I am not the biggest fan (with the exception of breakfast sandwiches, those will always be good). I haven’t enjoyed eating lunch meat since bologna and cheese sandwiches in elementary school, and I am extremely picky when it comes to types of cheese and other condiments. Despite all of this, there is one sandwich I have always
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The Romance of Terror

Horror in films can be traced back to the mid 1890s by George Mellies who made the first horror film in 1898. This film consisted of cauldrons, animated skeletons, ghosts, transforming bats and even an incarnation of the Devil. The genre of Horror as we know it today had its start in the 1930s in such monster films such as Frankenstein, The Mummy and