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Five Albums I'm Excited For: the Verdicts

By ContributorAugust 2, 2012
So, you guys might remember a post I wrote a few months ago about five albums I was excited for. Well, those five albums are all out now, and I suppose it's time that I told you whether they're worth picking up or not. ... More  →
Five Albums I'm Excited For: the Verdicts

The 5 Most Irritating Political Facebook Friends

By ContributorAugust 2, 2012
What with the elections coming our way and TVs and computers filling with blatant smear campaigns from both sides, your social networks are probably drowning in irritating statuses. Here are the five people you should just hide from your News Feed until the elections are ... More  →
The 5 Most Irritating Political Facebook Friends

Three Reasons Sherlock Holmes Is Probably an Alien

By ContributorAugust 2, 2012
Over the course of the summer, I’ve become a fan of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the past six weeks, I’ve already read 22 of the 56 short stories and all four novels, and I’ve deduced that Holmes must ... More  →
Three Reasons Sherlock Holmes Is Probably an Alien

A Mankler's Guide to College!

By ContributorAugust 1, 2012
Going into college a year ago, I didn’t know what to expect. Now, I’m a year older and a lot (okay, maybe just a little) wiser. Lately I’ve seen a lot of dorm and college-themed articles, so I decided to throw my two cents in; ... More  →
A Mankler's Guide to College!

What's You Hunger Games Name?

By ContributorAugust 1, 2012
We all know that the Hunger Games has sort of become the bigger and better version of Twilight. But the next film is still more than 500 sleeps away. So, to keep you from curling up in a corner with all your fan-dom gear and ... More  →
What's You Hunger Games Name?

The Pros and Cons of Ryan Lochte

By ContributorAugust 1, 2012
If you've been watching the Olympics, you've probably noticed Ryan Lochte, the the ridiculously attractive American swimmer who recently beat out Michael Phelps for the  gold in the 400-meter individual medley. Do I know what the 400-meter individual medley is? Not really. but I don't particularly ... More  →
The Pros and Cons of Ryan Lochte

What You Should Know About High School Dropouts

By ContributorJuly 31, 2012
Lately I've been thinking a lot about something. You know what that something is? Dropping out of high school. ... More  →
What You Should Know About High School Dropouts

Five Things You'll Learn at Writing Camp

By ContributorJuly 31, 2012
Yeah, writing camp sounds lame. I am aware of this, stop judging me. And technically, it was a writer’s conference, which sounds incredibly sophisticated. This was not only the first writing camp I’ve been to, but the first sleep-away summer camp I’ve been to in ... More  →
Five Things You'll Learn at Writing Camp

Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must Reads: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

By ContributorJuly 30, 2012
To catch up on all of dac213's book reviews, click here! Book: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie Synopsis: Junior, desperate to break his family’s cycle of poverty, alcoholism, and hopelessness, transfers to Reardan High, where the only other Native American is ... More  →
Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must Reads: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

Indiana Jones VS Han Solo

By ContributorJuly 30, 2012
Sparkitor Note: Copyright laws prohibit us from using pictures of Han Solo and Indiana Jones, so instead, we got you this picture of regular Harrison Ford staring at sunglasses-wearing Harrison Ford. YOU'RE WELCOME. We’re back, Sparklers and Manklers! And have we got a treat ... More  →
Indiana Jones VS Han Solo