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RA Sushi: one of a kind

By Amel Tobaa SCENE EDITOR There is a restaurant in Lombard that sushi-lovers everywhere are raving about: RA Sushi. RA has been a success ever since it first opened in 1997. The restaurant has a very casual vibe that is enhanced by its contemporary decorations, as its ceiling is lined with floating red, Asian lanterns … Continue reading

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Summer Lovin’

By Andreana Holowatyj STAFF WRITER   Many students are spending their April staring at the calendar with a marker in hand crossing out and counting down the days until May 12th: the triumphant and exciting start of the epic summer of 2012. Why call it epic? Well, that’s simple. With all the options of what … Continue reading

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To-do list before death

By Kiran Munir STAFF WRITER Death and taxes are the two inevitable things in the world.  Although avoiding either one is impossible, the first one serves as a ticker on the length of one’s life. So why not maximize enjoyment before it is snatched away? The moment a baby is born, death inevitably starts to … Continue reading

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Spring Style: loafer shoes

By Rohaina Hassan STAFF WRITER Most people tend to overlook the most important aspect of an outfit: the shoes. Since it is not cold outside anymore, we can’t run to our favorite pair of boots. There are plenty of styles out there that are comfortable for everyday wear, and one of them happens to be … Continue reading

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Book review: night by Elie Wiesel

by Ana Koulouris WEB EDITOR Elie Wiesel’s Night is a book everyone should read at least once in their lives.  Translated by his wife Marion Wiesel, this novel gives the first-hand account of Mr. Wiesel’s life and experiences as a Holocaust survivor, up to and during his internment at Auschwitz and then Buchenwald. With striking … Continue reading