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Horoscopes for the week of June 28

Cancer June 21-July 22 Someone from your past is thinking of you this week and they miss you as much as you miss them. I say, go for it. Leo July…
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Scholastic, Inc. | 2000

‘Stargirl’ is the original Manic Pixie Dream Girl

Fifteen years ago, Britney Spears dominated the airwaves. Justice was still called Limited Too. Y2K, it turns out, was a total bunk, and I was just starting to suspect that…
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BYOB is a perfectly acceptable hosting approach to any large-scale pool party. Courtesy of Joe Schlabotnik through Creative Commons via Flickr

How to throw a pool party that doesn’t suck

School is out, summer is upon us and the season to gather around swimming pools and water holes has begun. If you’re lucky enough to have a pool in your backyard…
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Comedian Bill Burr performed at Arlene Schnitzer Hall on June 18. Courtesty of Koury Angelo.

Bill Burr: not just a loud leprechaun

Comedian Bill Burr performed at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Hall on June 18. Burr’s comedic style offers a smattering of strongly delivered uninformed opinions and a refreshing dose of empathy and…
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Horoscopes for the week of June 21

Cancer June 21-July 22 Nothing says sunny days of summer like a Netflix marathon of Orange Is the New Black in a dark room with diet Dr. Pibb and Flamin’…
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Star Wars: Battlefront will you allow you to take control of Rebel or Imperial forces. EA/2015

E3 is the marketing bonanza you love

The biggest trade show in video games, E3, was held in Los Angeles last week, and with it came a plethora of announcements from some of the world’s biggest publishers.…
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Image Comics | 2015

Matt Fraction’s ‘ODY-C’ bends genders in ancient Greece

I haven’t come across many people who can still find themselves in ancient texts like the Iliad or the Odyssey. It has become increasingly apparent that people are more interested…
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Horoscopes week of May 31

Gemini May 21-June 20 Have you ever considered how you react when your temper flares? That little pain in your chest is your heart telling you that holding back might…
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Keahi Horowitz leads the PSU Taiko Ensemble in a performance of Daihachi Oguchi's "Isami Goma" during the 2014 Drama! Dance! Drums! event. Courtesy of Elle Tea

Drama! Dance! Drums! to highlight Japanese culture

The Center for Japanese Studies is joining forces with the School of Music and Department of World Languages and Literatures for the fourth annual Drama! Dance! Drums! performance on June…
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Jeoffry Ray/PSU Vanguard

Diabetes…That is all

Cooking Time: 45–60 minutes Servings: ∞ This recipe that I am giving unto you is not to be taken lightly. Baking this monstrous pastry is like unlocking the doors to…
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Violist Perla with Orchestra practice in the background. Jon Raby/PSU Vanguard

Progressive grade school orchestra to perform at campus cinema

I stumbled upon the Bravo youth orchestra by accident: A friend brought me to watch four members of the Oregon Symphony at a local restaurant for a fundraiser. Four young…
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