BYOD or Bust

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In the fast paced world of the 21st century in which we live, technology is constantly evolving. Nearly the entirety of the world’s information can be accessed  from the palm of your hands,… Continue reading

Local Business Bounces Back

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Last week, locally owned pastry business, Cupcake Creations, was ransacked by a homeless man, presumably in a drug induced rampage. According to shop manager, Erica Hartman, the perpetrator destroyed nearly all of their… Continue reading

Shoestring Players Perform in International Youth Arts Festival

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Katie Casteel Staff Writer The USC Upstate Shoestring Players took the world stage this summer by performing in the International Youth Arts Festival in London. 25 total theater students traveled over seas during… Continue reading

What to Make of Al Jazeera

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Evan Plumley Staff Writer On August 20, 2013 a satellite news channel was launched in the United States by the name of, Al Jazeera. With a vision of becoming the most trusted news… Continue reading

Miley Cyrus v. Syria

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Ira Pace Editor in Chief What happened when Miley Cyrus twerked on national television? What happened when Syria released a chemical weapon on its own people? The trend shows Miley’s actions are more… Continue reading

Why you SHOULDN’T Hate Johnny Football

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Aaron Pellot Sports Writer Jonathan Paul Manziel, commonly referred to as simply Johnny Manziel, and these days, more commonly referred to as “Johnny Football,” sure is one interesting character. For those not familiar… Continue reading