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The View: 26 signs you watch too much HGTV
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The View: 26 signs you watch too much HGTV

You start to identify shows by the couples that star in it. Chip and Joanna are like your TV mom and dad… …and are also every couples goal imaginable. You’ve developed your own opinions on mid-century vs. modern homes, laminate vs. wood flooring, and marble vs. granite countertops. “Bathroom” is a word of the past….

The View: Celebrity Halloween costume superlatives
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The View: Celebrity Halloween costume superlatives

In my opinion, Instagram was created for the sole purpose of October 31. Halloween is the perfect excuse to get creative and prove to your friends via social media that no one does the holiday better than you. Celebrities make the very “effortful” look relatively effortless, so the following is the definitive list of the…

WCGSports: Miami Hurricanes need to refocus offense
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WCGSports: Miami Hurricanes need to refocus offense

The Miami Hurricanes football team started the season strong but lost its last two games by close margins at home, eliminating most hope of making it to the college football playoffs. The Canes lost to rival Florida State 20-19, due to a heartbreaking blocked extra point, and were defeated by North Carolina 20-13, dropping the team’s…

The View: Give Netflix a break with these hilarious books
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The View: Give Netflix a break with these hilarious books

I get it – you’re a college student. The thought of reading makes you cringe because you immediately think about the dusty textbook you haven’t opened all semester. Instead of binge-watching your favorite sitcom on Netflix, pick up one of these hilarious books to pass the time. “Bossypants” by Tina Fey There is no one better…

WCGSports: Time to praise Kaepernick and move on
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WCGSports: Time to praise Kaepernick and move on

I’ve seen the news on the continuation of police brutality primarily toward African American males throughout 2016. I truly want to commend San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for the stance that he has taken during the national anthem before each football game. At first, I did not quite get the significance of it, but…


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