Super Fans in Fitchburg

Super Fans in Fitchburg

BY CHRIS GERARDI

Within Fitchburg, especially near the campus, there is one place that has been there for students when it comes to their late-night food needs. Superfans, which is located across the University, looks like just a hole in the wall, for about five years now. But looks can always be deceiving. The employees work until the early morning hours.

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How to beat the flu (when you aren’t sure what to do):

How to beat the flu (when you aren’t sure what to do):

BY HEATHER GURECKI

Over the weekend I woke up with a cough: the kind you know is going to get worse before it gets better. I knew I was about to embark on a harrowing journey. It wasn’t until the next day I had full-fledged influenza: chills, dehydration, fever, loss of appetite, body aches and sweating. I was couch-ridden, sweating through my clothes trying to sit or lay in any position to relieve discomfort, but to no avail.

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The Making of a Better World

The Making of a Better World

BY HEATHER GURECKI

It’s the middle of the night here in Fitchburg and it has just stopped raining. I crawled into bed and cracked the window next to me for some fresh air. I can still hear the last of the water falling off roofs and trees until it soaks into the ground. It acts almost like a beat, the rhythm of a song, and the drunkards wandering back home are yelling and shouting the chorus.

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Review of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Dear Ijeawele

Review of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Dear Ijeawele

BY SAMANTHA FOSTER

Raising a daughter can be a challenging task, especially when it feels like the world is somehow against her just for being female. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions is a book that can help fellow parents or guardians give their daughters the tools they need to become strong independent women who love themselves despite what society may think about them.

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