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Advice for Your First Tattoo

Getting your first tattoo is a big deal so you need to know what you're doing to avoid regrets. Professional tattoo artist Joey Trent offers a list of considerations that will help you get inked up with confidence.
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Q&A with Jordan Devenney, on Fitness in College

After entering college, it can become complicated trying to stay fit.  Endless studying, nights out with friends and poor diet are just a few examples of things that can keep students away from staying in shape.  This week The Scoop met with Jordan Devenney, an athletic trainer for...
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Seven things to expect at a Greek life philanthropy event

By: Jerrica Shine Embed from Getty Images Every chapter of Greek life on any college campus has a different philanthropy: an organization or cause that they affiliate themselves with and support through fundraising. Although there are many obvious differences between philanthropies and the events that support them, there...
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Six ways to lessen your chances of being a victim

By Connor Stahl Embed from Getty Images Chances are, if you have been a victim of a crime, you could have done something to prevent it. The majority of crimes committed are crimes of opportunity. Either a culprit sees an opportunity and attacks, or he goes looking for...
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Q&A with Jeff Riggins: Is graduate school right for you?

Whether you’re trekking into your last semester of college, dipping your toes into the world of graduate school, or frantically scrolling through LinkedIn, Jeff Riggins has a piece of advice for you. Riggins, a self-made man from Georgia and father of two, is currently an adjunct professor in the...
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Taking steps to end childhood cancer during St. Jude fundraiser

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Springfield residents can lace up their walking shoes and take steps to end childhood cancer during the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital annual Springfield St. Jude Walk/Run fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. The event will be held at Rutledge-Wilson Farm Community Park. Registration opens at 7 a.m., the...
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