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The real battle Saturday will be on State Street

Cats and Badgers fans will sit anxiously on Saturday waiting for the outcome of the Final Four. It could all come down to the final moments of game and only one school will rise victorious.

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‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ lacks storytelling, director continues his predictable style

When Wes Anderson released his eighth feature film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” his legion of fans crawled from the woodwork to anoint his unmatched whimsical talent.

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A trip to Paris yields a broader sense of style

This Spring Break I took the rare opportunity of bypassing parties on Panama City beaches and clubbing in Miami, Fla. for an unforgettable tour of the most inspiring and romantic city in existence — Paris, France.

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Women don’t have to feel like damsels in distress

The damsel in distress, one of my least favorite tropes, is present in every form of popular media and needs to disappear as soon as possible.

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Palli: Apply for SG Executive Team

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Palli: Apply for SG Executive Team

Although elections are over, there are still serious ways to be involved in Student Government next year.

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UK basketball is better than Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight celebrations

This is UK. UK has won the most games and the second-most championships in the history of college basketball. Aren’t we above going all out for Sweet 16 and Elite Eight victories?

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GOP, not Obama, to blame for crisis in Crimea

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GOP, not Obama, to blame for crisis in Crimea

When Russia invaded the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine, Republicans, still bitter over the election loss of Mitt Romney, had a party with “I told you so” moments.

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Rand Paul appeals to young voters

Although the 2016 presidential election is more than two years away, candidates are already gearing up to show their potential as our nation’s 45th leader.

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No life can be compressed into a few hundred words, and certainly not one as unique as Korey’s. But as I reflect on my time with Korey and discuss memories with others, I find that two traits stand out: his exceptional kindness and his impressive intelligence.

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Looking back at a night of chaos, 2 years later

Tattered couches, broken chairs and ripped recliners were dragged out of houses. They were pushed down driveways and thrown into the middle of streets, becoming bonfires for fans to chant and circle around.

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