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Quick Overview: Halo Reach brought back life to the Halo series, giving new and  interesting game modes, coupled with new maps, customization options, and new weapons. However, if you weren’t a fan of Halo before, these improvements  will not change your mind at all. Overall: I give this game a score of 9/10. Now, to be honest, this review is going...
Ah, it’s that bi-annual time of the year again, when our airwaves are bombarded with dark, prophetic messages played over ominous music, when the dog walkers and friendly neighbors on our daily routes are replaced with yard signs and bumper stickers. The time when the political ax-men and cavalry come out of the woodwork to inform ignorant voters of “the...
Ah, homecoming. That time of the fall when we all break out those flashy mums and slick suits for a weekend of fun and excitement starting the Friday of Ranger Day. The pep rally festivities were kicked off by the first-ever Slam Dunk Competition in which the junior class was proudly represented by Michael Holder and Chris Steiner. The stakes...
I am a Texan. I hunt. I fish. I am a member of Ducks Unlimited and the Coastal Conservation Association. My room is adorned with my trophies taken from places ranging from the Piney Woods to the Great Plains. I eat what I harvest from the land. I own weapons: shotguns, rifles, and bows, all the tools of my...
Almost two decades ago, Delaware Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell said that she “dabbled in witchcraft,” on the HBO show Politically Incorrect, having no idea that she would be running for Senate now, creating a national media sensation. She stated that it was a mistake and that the only reason behind her actions was because she was in love with her...
When asked by reporters during the Clinton elections what was the biggest issue in every election he answered, “It’s the economy stupid.” This was the new campaign strategy of the Democratic Party and Clinton during the 1992 elections. 18 years later the Republican Party has taken on this slogan and is now asking, “What has Obama done to improve...
Sweat runs down my sand-crusted forehead, across my cheek, and finally lands in the Concrete mixture. With each shovel-full, my back winces as some Honduran boys and I move the pile of concrete to the left. I understand enough Spanish to know when the Hondurans want to move the piles and where to put things, but usually I am at...
Toy Story 3 Toy Story 3 was probably the most anticipated animated feature of the summer, and even with Pixar’s stunning reputation and track record, it stands out as Pixar’s crowning achievement. Sequels of successful franchises have often failed to live up to the standard set by the original; with a very weak plot line and a lengthy run time, the...

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