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What’s your New Year’s resolution, Seahawks?

Stephanie Sylvester Editor-in-Chief “New year, new me.” We hear it every year. Before the clock strikes 12 on December 31, most people are ecstatic to start creating their New Year’s resolutions. A New Year’s resolution can be a plan, a goal or a promise to make a change, improve or maintain one’s life in some way. These resolutions can be

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: A Comic-book Masterpiece

Elliot Tritto Staff Writer 2018 was a fantastic year for superheroes but specifically for Spidey-fans. We first saw Tom Holland reprise his flawless portyal of Spider-Man in Avengers: Infinity War. Next, PS4’s exclusive open world video game, Spider-Man to which every Spidey fan can agree, it’s the Spider-Man game we’ve always wanted. With perfect web slinging, engaging story and a

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Does the Punisher from comic books deserve a video game?

Elliot Tritto Staff Writer Nolan Bushnell once said, “Video games foster the mindset that allow creativity to grow.” This quote has echoed in my head for the past couple of years. Every time I play a new video game with breathtaking visuals and engaging gameplay, this quote comes to mind. Specifically, the new PS4 exclusive open world video game, “Spider-Man.”

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Is Stranger Things Season 3 stuck in the Upside Down?

Jacqueline Michaud South Bureau Chief After what has seemed like an eternity for fans of the ‘80’s-era sci-fi series, Netflix’s Vice President of Original Programming, Cindy Holland, has confirmed that season three of “Stranger Things” will be released in the Summer of 2019, saying however that the delay “will be well worth the wait.” According to Holland, “it’s a hand

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Virtual & Digital Media Club partners with game developer

Michael Gennaro North Bureau Chief Interested in game development? Or do you just like to relax and enjoy video and tabletop games with your friends? The Virtual and Digital Media (VDM) Club on North Campus offers a little bit of everything for students who are into videogames, card games, tabletop games and other similar media. Jessica Perez, a Student Life

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Florida rates new highs for STDs, BC offers educational programs

STDs are on the rise in Florida, and BC’s Student Life offices hold different educational programs about HIV/STD prevention throughout the year.   Anabel Sanchez Online Editor Despite national and local campaigns for safe sex over the last decade, gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis are on the rise as the top sexually transmitted diseases for the fourth year in a row,

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Volunteer organization cleans up pollution on beaches

Jacqueline Michaud South Bureau Chief Starting in 2007, after kayaking on his local bay, VolunteerCleanup.org founder Dave Doebler said, “I started noticing a lot of trash floating in the water- mainly plastic bottles, Styrofoam and cigarette butts. I was no longer able to just float around and enjoy my Sunday afternoon kayaks, and I had to do something about it.

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