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Trendy workout crosses into college lifestyle

Michelle Evans said she was hooked the first time she entered the CrossFit gym, or “box,” as they are commonly referred to. The walls and equipment were painted black, and she said she was overwhelmed with the competing sounds of aggressive...

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MGMT rocks downtown LA

MGMT was one of the many bands that came to Los Angeles between Coachella weekends. They played Wednesday night at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. When the men of MGMT walked on stage, the people in the audience went wild, immediately...

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Depp can’t transcend bad plot

If there was an award for the most confusing movie of the year, it would have to go to the futuristic, Johnny Depp-starring “Transcendence,” re- leased April 18. The premise is perplexing, the casting is strange, the cinematography is tacky and...

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Students create apps for autism

In a digital world with an app for everything, ten Chapman students are working to create one that can cater to the needs of those with autism. They will join students from University of California, Irvine (UCI) to compete in the Autism AppJam this...

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Student projects: from dance to biology

College of Performing Arts: As a dance performance major, senior Amanda Reichert is required to write a fifty page, single-spaced paper about a topic of choice related to dance for her thesis. She said her thesis details how to make a love for dance...

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The senior thesis: What will yours be?

Dodge College of Film and Media Arts: People flee from chaos, a star ship appears from the sky and the dictator’s troops line up the traitors for execution. It’s just another night in editing room 253 at Dodge College, where senior film...

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Female artists heat up Coachella music festival

Coachella is never what you think it’ll be. The headliners weren’t the strongest, but this year’s festival circuit is all about the smaller, lesser-known bands making an impact on festivalgoers and music lovers. And despite the minor dust...

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Jobs: How will you find one?

Within the first hour of her morning, Megan Cummings said the thought of finding a job crosses her mind at least five times. Cummings, a senior communication studies major, said she is burdened by the reality that it is time to secure employment for...

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AMC’s “TURN” not worth turning on

AMC’s mission to take over prime time television may have to be put on pause. After reeling off “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead,” the former movie channel has cornered the market on drama. However, its most recent...

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Paul’s Place: cozy feel, mediocre food

Paul’s Place, a small Orange County “gourmet fast food” restaurant chain with locations in Anaheim, Los Alamitos, Buena Park and Cypress, opened its first Orange location a couple weeks ago. Located on the corner of Taft Avenue and Glassell...

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