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The pitcher, already exhausted from pitching a full game that morning, wiped the sweat off her brow. Though the road to the championship game had been rocky, starting off with a first-game loss in the double-elimination playoffs, we had managed to play our way to the championship game of a national softball tournament. Full story

How to Add Fun to Your Workout Schedule

While some people are able to maintain a steady exercise routine, I personally find it difficult to keep myself interested in any form of physical activity for extended periods of time. After 15 minutes of running on the treadmill, going on the elliptical, or even riding on the stationary bike, I find myself bored, tired and out of breath. Full story

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Going to the Movies

Remember VHS tapes and hand-drawn animated movies? How we perceive movies has drastically changed in the two decades most of us students have been alive.

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Genotoxic Hazards of Makeup

Makeup often includes ingredients that pose various dangers to humans, which casts doubts on the benefit of makeup as compared to its potential hazard.

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Why “Ghost-Hunters” Belongs on the SyFy Channel

While shows like "Ghost Hunters" do much to promulgate the idea that ghosts and other paranormal phenomenon are real, skeptics abound, countering what they call as-of-yet unsubstantiated claims.

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Be the Next Queen Esther

Cookies and candy and are ushered through the door In cellophane, on platters, or in bags galore Children and adults from young to old Seem to forget the message shalach manot really hold For each ring of the door bell, less space is seen on the tabl Full story

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When Contemporary Art Talks

New Museum 2012 Triennial

The New Museum 2012 Triennial, "The Ungovernables," is the only recurring exhibition in the United States devoted to presenting young artists from around the globe.

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Five Minutes with Julia Siegel

Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, Julia Siegel, SCW '13, is becoming the go-to girl on campus for poignant photography. Siegel's photos have been used by the Alumni Affairs and Admissions Offices, as well as in the pages of The Observer.

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Tzniut With Style: Six Fashion Blogs To Follow

In the spirit of Fall Fashion Week spanning all over the globe from New York to Paris, check out these trendy blogs to learn how you too can be fashion forward and bring out your inner fashionista.

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