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Author: Cady Crowley

Overcoming the Creative Drain

Written by on 24 May 2019

            In middle school I wrote every day. Each thought, storyline, and stupid joke that came through my head went on paper, and by eighth grade I’d started writing my own cheddar-cheesy book. By high school I’d written hundreds of pages of short stories and poetry. I was realizing, however, that with growth my work matured […]

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The Record’s Raisin Drinking Game

Written by on 17 October 2018

We’re less than a week away from Raisin, a day of wholesome family fun with games, friends, food, bonding, and the occasional beverage. To make sure those beverages are frequent enough, we would like to introduce you to a failsafe Raisin drinking game for families and friends alike, guaranteed to give you a good time […]

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Your summer reading based on your major part 2

Written by on 14 June 2018

Film: Major Must-Read: A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess) One of the most interesting adaptations from novel to film, A Clockwork Orange is written in a bizarre and linguistically unheard of style. Fantastic story that only emphasizes Kubrick’s brilliance in the transfer to film. Take A Break: Fight Club (Chuck Palahniuk) A fun read you will […]

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Your Summer Reading Based on your major (part 1)

Written by on 12 June 2018

  Your Summer Reading List Based on Your Major Cady Crowley   Whether you’re under palm fronds or high rises, on beaches or in offices, sipping cocktails or coffee, you’re out of exams and into the summer. And whatever your plans, a good book is a must-have in any work, travel, or day-to-day tote bag. […]

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