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Christmas is easily the holiday that has the best festive movie selection, sorry Michael Myers’ “Halloween” is still good though. Sifting through the endless amount of stale romantic comedies to find quality entertainment can be hard, but here is a guide to Christmas cinema success. Read moreA&E Opinion: Best Christmas movies to watch during holiday season

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Award-winning poet Patrick Roche planned to be a teacher until he stumbled upon slam poetry. Now he can be found performing on college campuses to influence the impressionable minds of students in a positive way. Read more'Rip the Band-Aid off': Slam poet opens dialogue about mental health, connects with Northwest students

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Dietetic students worked on a class project for more than 40 hours for two consecutive weeks to put on the annual Friday Night Cafes at 5 p.m. Nov. 8 and Nov. 15 on the third floor of the Administration building. The first featured Nepalese food, the second featured South Korean food.  Read moreNorthwest Dietetic Students explore new cultures, food for annual Friday Night Cafes

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Theatre Northwest’s Nov. 14-17 show, “Noises Off,” began with a brightly-haired housekeeper talking in what the program called a “British...-ish” accent. Only after she was interrupted by the in-play director did it reveal she was an actress rehearsing for a play. Read moreTheatre Northwest’s play within a play provides behind-the-scenes look at production of show

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The number of sexually transmitted disease cases across the nation is at an unprecedented high. Nearly half of the 20 million new STD diagnoses made each year are among ages 15-24.  Read moreTop three STDs clapback with highest number of diagnoses in age of hookup culture, increased awareness

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During late October, children and family members celebrate Halloween up to Oct. 31 through various community events. Bustling children with buckets of candy, dressed in colorful costumes will swarm sidewalks as well as Northwest Resident Halls and even Mozingo Lake Recreation Park for the fe… Read moreMaryville community participates in Halloween festivities

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Students gathered to recognize the victory of good over evil through the Nepalese festival Dashain. The Nepalese Student Association hosted this celebration with music, food and dance Oct. 12 in the Station Center View Room. Read moreNorthwest Nepalese students find family, friends while celebrating the festival Dashain

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Digging up the past for profits. Entertainment has been doing this for ages, but today, it’s more prevalent than ever thanks to the interconnectedness of society and new technologies allowing us to relive the past more than we have ever been able to before.  Read moreNostalgia bars entertainment industry from creativity

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When students first arrive on campus, they are often in need of some direction. The 29th Annual Freshman/Transfer Showcase, “Directions,” provided that to any freshman or transfer student eager to get their foot in the door at Theatre Northwest Sept. 26-29. Read moreTheatre Northwest Freshman/Transfer Showcase points new students in right direction

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Dietetic students worked on a class project for more than 40 hours for two consecutive weeks to put on the annual Friday Night Cafes at 5 p.m. Nov. 8 and Nov. 15 on the third floor of the Administration building. The first featured Nepalese food, the second featured South Korean food. 

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When things don’t work out, it’s easy enough to point fingers and blame someone else. Maybe your boss does schedule you too much, or the weekend was just too busy. Nine times out of 10, your problem was caused by something you did or didn’t do. So just own up to it.

People were seen sleeping outside of Lamkin Activity Center, one person slept in the Walmart Inc. parking lot and another drove nearly seven hours to be at the concert. A line stretched nearly passed Colden Pond before doors were finally open.