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Spring Sing Apps Due Friday

IMG_5065Do you know Spring Sing applications are due this Friday, Jan. 17? Chances are you didn’t. I’m preparing an act and it only just hit me. For all of you who missed the info sessions last quarter and can’t make it to the ones this week on Wednesday and Thursday at 6 p.m., here is what you need to know.

As for the actual application, you can find it here.


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14 things to buy instead of a Coachella 2014 ticket

3 days + 165 bands + 200,000 people + endless indie vibes = priceless?

Not exactly. This year, general admission tickets to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival cost $375 per weekend and sold out just three hours after tickets went on sale Jan. 10. Sorry (not sorry) to all of you who waited too long to buy tickets, missed the coach and now have $375 extra to spend. As a consolation, here are some things you can buy for roughly the same price. (more…)

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Science & Health

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Work Out

We all have those days when working out seems like an impossible feat. Netflix beckons you to sit back and relax on the couch, schoolwork seems to pile up to the ceiling on your desk, and the last thing you feel like doing is lacing up your shoes and heading to the gym. Instead of giving into the usual excuses for not working out, try one of these suggestions to motivate yourself to get out the door. (more…)

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Food and Dining

Seed Bread: Health-Eating Resolution Step #1

Amy Giroux / Daily Bruin

The love affair began in Germany. When I first arrived in Düsseldorf, Germany this past July, I did not look for nor expect that the key to my heart would be nestled among other delicious loaves of fresh bread at Hinkel bakery. It was here that I experienced my first authentic saatenbrot (seed bread), and I have been dreaming about ways to recreate it ever since. (more…)

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Arts & Entertainment

Television Shows Returning January 2014


Let’s be honest, we all know what we’re really looking forward to in the new year: all of our favorite TV shows coming back. January ends the hiatus for some of our best distractions, so we can finally slip back into our normal routines of pretending to do work while we’re really watching the latest episode of “Parks and Recreation.”

Here’s a list of some of the shows coming off of hiatus and saving us from boredom. (more…)

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