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A simple fix for a Halloween candy overload

As a child, not only did Halloween present the chance for me to dress up as someone else, it also brought out my inner brat. I would literally throw back any treats that were “the bad stuff,” for example: candy corn, fruit of any kind and a toothbrush. As a full time college student I […]

Caffeine consumption becoming a problem after five deaths

Energy drinks, double shots of espresso and caffeine pills are a lifesaver to sleep deprived college students pulling all-nighters in order to finish research papers that were pushed back until the last minute. However, five deaths and one heart attack that have been allegedly attributed to the energy drink Monster, has spurred the Food and […]

This year's Renaissance Fest sparks medieval fantasies

  Camels. They are not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of medieval Ireland, but the ninth annual Sarasota Medieval Faire had three of these desert dwelling dromedaries along with an eclectic mix of medieval Irish culture in a 21st Century setting. Though the more one becomes immersed in the faux medieval […]

Gators demolish Seminoles top rated defensive line

  Doak S. Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee is not one of my favorite places to be by far. Alone in my orange and blue in a sea of garnet and gold I felt like a target, but when I saw how great my seat was, I honestly did not care. The stadium was almost full, the […]