Monthly Archives: November 2015

DraftKings and FanDuel: Internet Betting on Sports

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Logo of internet gambling site DraftKing.

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        It is impossible to watch a sports event these days without being inundated with advertisements for the cousin fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel. As many would agree on Sunday Night Football during commercial airings you were probably flooded with

Out of the Darkness Community Walk

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The registration area where The Out of the Darkness Walk begins

According to the Mental Health America Organization, depression affects over 19 million Americans every year. Such statistics prove that depression is an unfortunate condition that requires immense support and compassion from our community.

On October 25, 2015, the American Foundation …

New and Improved Eos at your fingertips?

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Fall is here, and winter is slowly approaching. This means that the days are getting chillier and chillier which can slowly cause mayhem to our daily beauty routines. Lips usually turn dry and chapped during the Winter but that doesn’t

Is too Much Really a Bad Thing?

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When it comes to choosing what to eat, many misguided individuals have gotten into the habit of eating an excessive amount of healthy food. These people believe that by eating all this healthy food, they will, in some way, improve …

Preventative Measures for Knee Injury

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Ayman Azad's little sister checking to see if her big brother's knee is alright after he suffered from an ACL knee injury.

Photo Credit: Ayman Azad

As most of you might have heard, Lionel Messi, one of the world’s greatest soccer players, has sustained a left knee injury.  In Barcelona’s La Liga seasons match, Messi had suffered from a MCL knee injury and doctors said he …

Football going to London?

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Starting from the 2007 season, the NFL has began playing football games at Wembley stadium in London. The series; which consists of three games per season, has become known as the international series. The series intends to expand  the popularity …

When in doubt, skate it out!

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Skateistan is a non-profit organization using skateboarding as a tool for empowerment to help young girls overcome the ban on young girls riding bicycles. Their main focus is to provide girls in Afghanistan with skateboards for they cannot ride bicycles.

Top 5 NBA games of the 2015-2016 season

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“I love this game” is displayed at American Airlines Arena. Photo Credit: Daniel U

The NBA is quite a popular sport in the United states, so it isn’t quite surprising when the NBA finals averaged 20 million viewers last season. The NBA season consists of 82 games, so chances are you wont be able …

Brioche 101

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Originating in France, the brioche (pronounced bree-ohsh) dates back to as early as the middle ages. The word brioche comes from the verb “brier,” diverted from the northern Old French word “broyer,” meaning to knead. Etymologists (one who studies the

Gobble Gobble ‘til you Wobble

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A Pokemon float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

What comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Do you picture a time of thankfulness toward God—or is it merely one of eating, partying or watching football?
Sadly, the latter is what Thanksgiving has become to most. They have …