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  • The Art of Relationships

    By adaptmag on February 14, 2015
    Ryan Davis, Staff Writer Let me first begin by saying, I am in no way some relationship virtuoso. In fact, I’m quite the opposite. But I guess I could say I’m sort of a virtuoso in trying and learning from my relationship endeavors. Some attempts failed and most have not turned out exactly as intended, but I guess you got […]
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  • No Text is Worth the Risk

    By adaptmag on November 3, 2014
    Tom Harkness, Special to Adapt Magazine The realities of the dangers of texting and driving are imminent. Anyone who has driven a car knows full well that doing so while being distracted by your smartphone puts everyone on the road—yourself included—at risk. According to Verizon Wireless, who has been campaigning against texting while driving since 2000, you are 23 times more likely […]
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  • Embracing Different

    By adaptmag on May 26, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial Intern Being connected to the Internet has been such a blessing and a curse. Images of women so beautifully manicured, pruned, and delicately cared for have tormented my uneven eyebrows for as long as I can remember so much so that my hand trembles each time I pick up an eyeliner. This feeling makes me want to […]
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  • Finding Faith in Violent Storms

    By adaptmag on February 11, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern A certain man had so much wealth that he was regarded as the greatest of all the people in the East. One day, a series of calamities befell him and he lost everything he had: his property, children, even his health. His wife deserted him and his friends taunted him, telling him his […]
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  • Home for the Holidays

    By adaptmag on November 25, 2013
    Making the Most of Your Time off During College Holiday Break Paula Kerr, Contributing Editor  In a few short weeks the semester will be ending and (perhaps) you plan to head home to spend the holidays with family, and no doubt catch up with some old friends and acquaintances. We realize that Christmas break leading into the New Year holiday […]
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