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Has anyone ever thought about seeing the world? Going to different countries, seeing new things, learning more about the big, blue marble we all live on, it all sounds grand. At Longwood University, we have been connected with great study abroad programs that can help us make this a reality.…

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Stephen King has written and published 63 novels and is renowned for his work in horror. Some of his most famous works are The Shining, The Stand, Misery and Pet Sematary. However, there is one piece that has stood out among many others and has even become the second best-selling novel writt…

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We have been under quarantine for roughly one month now and the thought is almost chilling that there is no clear end in sight. People are learning new ways to cope with this new lifestyle, to earn money, to connect with people and to enjoy their hobbies. Now, with hobbies, everyone is explo…

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If no other animated film is released this year, that means that the best animated film of 2020 will likely be “The Willoughbys”, a quirky, stylized animated adventure with as hard of an edge as a family animated adventure can have. That isn’t a slight though, as it is a worthy recipient of …

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It’s hard to be excited for a sequel film, let alone one from Dreamworks. Sure, they’ve turned out hits like “Shrek 2”, “How To Train Your Dragon 2”, and “Kung Fu Panda 2”. But it’s difficult to justify a sequel to a film as hyperactive and peppy to a fault as 2016’s “Trolls” beyond just mak…

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This is a genuine example of a once in a generation event. This is a live birth of a future midnight movie phenomenon, that will pack drive-ins for decades as audiences cackle at the screen, tossing cat toys and popcorn with wild abandon. Its rare to see something like this before the zeitge…

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In the world post Tom Cruise’s “Mummy” reboot, anything even remotely connected to the Universal classic monster movies is likely going to be scoffed at. However, this low-budget and modernized take on H.G. Wells’ tale “The Invisible Man” has both the acting and creative potential to pull of…

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Comic: More healthy foods

Comic: More healthy foods

Comic Corner, Aug. 29

Comic Corner, Aug. 29