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Ten artworks to look at when life is just too much

Whether it is due to college essays or tests, life at Northwood can be overwhelming. Here are 10 artworks for you to enjoy when life is too much. Justin Bai, Contributing Writer When picking my artworks, I have chosen works that speak to me—figuratively, of

New Semester, New Routines

If you were to go through my phone, you would find that the majority of my texts are “WAKE UP NOW!” messages from my mother, timestamped 7:40 a.m. Here are some tips for those of us who need all the help we can get in

What if our lives were all just one big fat television show?

Brace yourselves: it’s possible that our lives are only fictional imaginings, made to entertain the masses. Talk about predestination. But seriously, what if our lives are nothing more than a high school sitcom or slice-of-life anime? Whether your TV show of choice is this week’s

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Finals: You know you love ’em

Heck yeah! It’s that time of January again. Barnes & Noble stocks up on review books, the line to Starbucks is around the building, and Kleenex stock goes through the roof. Bird’s nest hair and wrinkled pajamas become all the rage. And nobody needs to

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Northwood Students’ Top 10 New Year Resolutions

1. Stop procrastinating …Starting tomorrow. 2. Pass the CAHSEE Sophomores and freshmen—start studying now. 3. Get fit Obligatory joke about the gym being empty after January. 4. Get a better grade on next semester’s anchor Pro tip: The secret to getting an A is making