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Movie Review: About a (Robot) Boy – “Chappie”

The science–fiction genre is filled with several examples of creatures that are more human than human beings. Most of them come across as heavy–handed morality tales that leave audiences wondering why they spent time and money being lectured on why humans and corporations are terrible, yet the things humans and corporations create are not. Movies […]

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Finding Meaning in Feeling Lost

As a new year rolls in, it is pretty common that an individual will engage in self-reflection. Sometimes we take those reflections and turn them into the resolutions that we try and maintain throughout the following year. But with that self-realization may come days where you experience self-doubt. Doubt about your present, your past or your future. […]

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So you think you know the future: FUTURESTATES

We live in a very “future” world. Many of the concepts and ideas that were once the domain of science fiction are part of our realities. Cars that drive themselves? Google’s got it. Handheld computers with the capability of accessing massive amounts of human information in our hands nearly all the time? Our Apple iPhones […]

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Letter from the Editor: Read, Write and the Pursuit of Happiness

“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.” John Wayne

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