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Never refuse to say you’re sorry

Ariana Santiago knows what it’s like to date someone with too much pride. “[My ex-boyfriend] was so conceited and egotistical to the point where there was no room left for me,” said the sophomore public relations and theater major.…

Fall TV preview, what not to watch

A fade to black. The shimmering stars come out. It appears they’re moving – dancing, if you will. And then, you realize they’re not really stars. This can only mean one thing: it’s premiere week.…

Similiar movie releases with no creativity

The creative geniuses in Hollywood have a little secret that may just shake you to the very fabric of your being and perhaps blow your mind. When this knowledge is thrust upon your undoubtedly unprepared consciousness, you might be thrown into an existential whirlwind of questions about your worth as an organic cluster of cells.…

Kayne vs. 50 Cent: a worthless contest

Musical scholars will study and remember this day until the end of time. On Sept. 11, 2007, God himself reached down from the heavens and, with his outstretched palm, gave us two gifts that will live forever in the annals of aural greatness.…

Fashion faves on Liacouras Walk

Jennifer Supplee: Law student Jennifer Supplee, a woman who never wears less than two-inch heels, easily tops my list of Temple’s best dressed. Her personal style mantra – to never sacrifice classiness for sexiness – makes her even more fabulous in my book.…

Summer pop music favorites fail to compete with past or impress

Every summer has an anthem. The typically overplayed, yet undoubtedly-catchy song can usually sum up those summertime memories. For example, Gwen Stefani had everyone shouting “Hollaback Girl” in 2005. Natasha Bedingfield told us to release our inhibitions in last year’s “Unwritten.” And then there was the summer of 2007.…