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Innovative at-home workout guide

Innovative at-home workout guide

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor May 1, 2020

Gyms have closed across the country and left people concerned on how to stay active during a self-quarantine. Yes, we can walk or run outside, but with fitness classes and typical weight rooms unavailable,...

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Book recommendations to get you through quarantine

Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor April 24, 2020

“I would read, if only I had more time.” We have all been guilty of saying this, and most of us know it's just a lie we tell others. More importantly, it’s a lie we tell ourselves.  According...

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Shaker Heights native’s novel turned into riveting Hulu series

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor April 9, 2020

Imagine one of the massive Shaker Heights homes down the road from John Carroll engulfed in ravenous flames. That is the start of one of author Celeste Ng’s award winning novels, and now, a Hulu miniseries.   In...

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How to stay sane in self-quarantine

Rachel Scully, Arts & Life Editor April 6, 2020

Recently, it has been incredibly hard for people to stay productive at home. College students have especially been struggling. This may be because college life is so hectic and (often) fun, whether...

Through a Poet's Eyes

Through a Poet’s Eyes

Samantha Trolli, The Carroll News March 25, 2020

The Carroll News is presenting a new feature of the Arts & Life section; Through a Poet's Eyes. The section is looking forward to showcasing different student poets and creatives throughout the rest...

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Lil Nas X’s Rise to Fame

Shannon Eppich, Staff Reporter February 27, 2020

Lil Nas X, an up-and-coming musician, is now newly Grammy award-winning. Most known for his songs “Old Town Road” and “Panini,” his career has just started to take off. Being only 20 years old,...

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Trendsetter: ’90s hairstyles comeback

Nicolette Noce, Staff Reporter February 27, 2020

Who doesn’t love the ‘90s? From grunge music by Nirvana to cinema classics like “Clueless,” it’s a pretty great time period. The good news is, it’s back! Well, the hairstyles are, that is.  The...

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Sustainability Saves: How to Make Your Life More Eco-Friendly

Ella Schuellerman, Arts and Life Editor February 27, 2020

Over the past decade, there has been a swarm of brands and companies vetting themselves as natural, organic, eco-friendly and sustainable. Brands making sustainability initiatives and cities, counties...

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Returning to his roots: The Weeknd’s “After Hours” album

Dana Shugrue, Online Editor February 27, 2020

After The Weeknd released his hit single “Blinding Lights” last November, people had high hopes for his upcoming EP “After Hours.” Originally created for the Netflix Original series “Stranger...

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“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You” review

Christina Terasavage, Staff Reporter February 20, 2020

It’s finally happened! The long awaited sequel of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” has arrived, ladies and gents! It has been two years since the original TATBILB premiered. Its sequel, “To...

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Dwayne Wade’s Daughter, Zaya Wade, Comes Out as Transgender

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 20, 2020

Retired NBA player Dwyane Wade and his family have been receiving more and more questions regarding his 12-year-old child, Zaya, who came out publicly as transgender on Feb. 11.  This past week, the...

Rachel's Reads: Perfectly Imperfect

Rachel’s Reads: Perfectly Imperfect

Rachel Scully, Arts & Life Editor February 20, 2020

Perfectionism feeds off the fear of failure. I learned this recently, as I have been feeling an immense amount of pressure. However, no one put that pressure on me; I put it on myself. Throughout my life,...

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