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The Hundred-Foot Journey: A Story About Never Giving Up

Written by Olivia Dedham Production and BackgroundTucked away in a picturesque French village comes the 2014 American comedy, directed by Steven Knight. The film shows the story of two battling restaurants one run by an Indian family and the other by an affluent Michelin star holder. Starring Helen Mirren (a personal favorite of mine), Manish Dayal, and Charlotte Le Bon. Produced By Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey this film, in my opinion, is one of the most underrated cinematography of the decade. If you're not much of a movie goer...
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Motivation is a Struggle, and That is Okay

Written by Billie Fechter Motivation is something that has been on my mind repetitively this week. In the ASUPD student blog meetings, we discussed a topic to pick for our weekly topic meetings, and the motivation was the choice. This blog has been the most challenging blog for me to...
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Capturing the Catalyst

Written by Brooke Anderson Motivation is the ever-elusive catalyst to all that moves us forward It inspires and uplifts, but its mercurial nature ensures that it stays out of one’s grasp only at the most inconvenient of times (naturally) As it ebbs and flows, it can often reach its peak...
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1917: Time is the Enemy

Olivia Dedham A Passionate Film George McKay charged across the battlefield fueled purely by adrenaline, desperation, and hope for a better tomorrow. Five hundred extras ran with him, and I was on the edge of my seat. The movie,1917, is nearing its one-year anniversary (January), and with 10 Oscar nominations...
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A Chance to Dream, A Chance for Creativity

Written by Gideon Batai Have you ever stopped to ask yourself, “What’s the point of school?” It’s an oxymoron. We spend the first 18 years of life in school, yet it’s difficult to pinpoint any specific reasons.  The Origin of Schooling in America To answer that question, (in the United...
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Nine Realistic New Year’s Resolutions For You This Winter

Written by Gideon Batai New Year’s resolutions are an excellent way to improve yourself. However, many people pick vague or unrealistic resolutions. For example, some of the most common New Year’s resolutions are to lose weight, exercise more, and spend less. Those are vague goals. Plus, weight isn’t necessarily a...
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Escribiendo en Español y en Inglés – Writing in Spanish and English

Written by Natalie Mendoza Amo escribir en español y en inglés - I love to write in Spanish and in English,En inglés y español, escribo mejor que hablo - In English and Spanish, I write better than I speak,Escribiendo es un extensión de mis pensamientos - Writing is an extension...
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