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Into the Red Zone: Who’s Making It to the Postseason

We’re into the late fall and for some teams in the NFL that means their idealized dreams of making the playoffs are falling like the leaves outside. It’s around this time of year that we start to see a huge divide between the hopeful and the dismal. In a year where offensive records have been brushed […]

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Love, Time, and Black Holes: A Review of Interstellar

Last Friday night I went to the movie theater. I grabbed some somewhat over-priced snacks, found the IMAX auditorium, located my comfy, leather recliner-style seat, and settled in to watch Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated Interstellar. Clocking in at nearly three hours long I knew that it was going to be a long movie. What I didn’t […]

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A Novel Idea: National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is upon us once again! Each year, millions of participants from around the world pledge themselves to the task of writing a 50,000 word novel from November 1st through 30th. While Nicole Drum has covered the history of the event here, I’m going to focus on the process of writing […]

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The Flashback: “The Flash” – Episode 4 “Plastique”

The Flash is DC’s television adaptation of the comic book of the same name. It airs Tuesday nights at 8/7 Central on The CW. Our writer, Nicole Drum recaps the series each week updating you on the latest episode here in The FlashBack. Man, did anyone else miss The Flash last week? I definitely did […]

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They’re Not Nuts: Tiger Nuts Review

So a couple of months back I wrote an article about gluten free travel snacks that didn’t suck. Gluten free snacks in general have been a challenge since I found out in September 2013 that I need to eliminate gluten from my life for medical reasons, but travel or portable snacks have been the biggest […]

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The Evolution of Love and the Phrase ‘I Love You’ Over Time

Butterflies encompassed my entire core the first time I uttered the phrase “I love you” to my partner. Holy smokes I thought, these are the words! I stammered and hummed and hawed my way through my speech, but ultimately looked at my dear partner and simply stated “I love you”. Boy, was that fun to […]

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Catching up with “Max and Shred’s” Jean-Michel Le Gal

Opposite personalities living under the same roof is classic comedy fodder. It is so classic that the term we often use to describe such a situation even refers back to a classic television show that capitalized on such a situation, The Odd Couple. The new show, Max and Shred, follows right in this tradition with […]

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Do You Give To Your Alma Mater?

There are days that I wake up and think, if I could do it over again, I would choose a different major or  learn a useful trade through a certified program. I absolutely love my job, but the cause of my frustration is that it has absolutely nothing to do with my degree. I’ve always […]

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Private Eyes: REPUBLIC OF DOYLE’S Mark O’Brien

Canadian television has been making bigger and bigger waves these past few years, with many shows reaching international audiences and earning praise from critics and fans alike. Debuting in 2010, CBC’s Republic of Doyle is an award winning comedy-drama series set in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The show follows private investigator and former police officer Jake […]

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Chris Cuomo: Man of Conscience and Integrity

In an exclusive with The Hudsucker, our writer Tania Hussain talks to news anchor and television journalist Chris Cuomo about journalism, social media, his CNN morning show “New Day” and much more.

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Book Review: Learning Nothing From Lena Dunham’s ‘Not That Kind of Girl’

Back in 2012 Lena Dunham received a $3.7 million dollar advance from Random House to write a book of advice for young women.  The amount was staggering for a young woman who had never written a book before and was best known for her debut film, Tiny Furniture, and her controversial HBO series, Girls. Many […]

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Guest Writer, Edward Koczan: A Mile in My Boots

Today The Hudsucker welcomes Edward Koczan—a generous man of many hats. As as a social media marketer, entrepreneur, and former law enforcement officer, the congenial and social Indiana native is also the mastermind behind the lifestyle blog, Epic Fit Life.

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