Timothy Ayodele

Stories from Timothy Ayodele

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Sunday, February 21st, 2016

With the Grammy’s having just happened last week, it’s easy to get caught in a lot of the celebrity drama that happens before and after the fact. It’s usually all just good fun for people watching these media titans battling it out on Twitter and other social media sites, but there is a morbid truth to what seems like harmless celebrity fame grabs. The truth is that it’s all an act. Surprise, right? But before you roll your eyes, think about the last couple celebrity outbursts you’ve seen lately.

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Friday, April 24th, 2015
Here at TechNews, we respect those who, over the summer, utilize their resources in order to get internships, advance their education, or get a good job and make that green. We also understand when that need to just be a lazy slob kicks in, and all you want to do is eat ramen noodles and watch Netflix, so I put together a list of the top 16 movies to watch to burn the day away.
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Sunday, April 12th, 2015

A couple of weeks ago, I got the opportunity to go to a concert at the Concord Theatre to see Earl Sweatshirt perform. It was exciting, sweaty, dope, lame, and exhilarating all at the same time. Yet, out of all the things I loved about the concert, the fact that it was free made it all the better.

 

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Sunday, March 29th, 2015
Racism is still a problem. Yeah, I hate saying it too. Just hearing the word racism is like a fire alarm for every Social Justice warrior in the vicinity to start loading their opinion AK’s. But it’s not their opinion that’s the problem with racism; it’s our attitude that is.
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Sunday, March 29th, 2015
Here at IIT, we pride ourselves on campus safety. With a first class public safety team, and citizens of Bronzeville devoted to not mugging you and stealing your bike, IIT has benefited from years of peace and safety. Recently however, campus has suffered from a severe spike in the number of city bears (yes, bears) that have been terrorizing students. So here at TechNews, we made it our personal responsibility to make a guide to help you if you ever come into contact with a city bear

1. Don’t be a jerk

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Sunday, March 8th, 2015

Sometimes after a hard day of classes and studying, it’s nice to just relax a bit. So grab some nachos and enjoy the movie being reviewed this week, “The Brothers Grimm.”

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Saturday, February 28th, 2015

Now, usually this would be an article that recommends a movie for you to watch on Netflix, but if you’re not watching House of Cards on Netflix, then you might want to ask yourself, what are your true priorities? Rather than continue to give an obvious House of Cards recommendation, this week Netflix and Nachos is doing a special article on a topic that has been hotly debated among cinema freaks for decades: remakes.

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Saturday, February 28th, 2015

In a world of elephants, donkeys, and all the animals in between, things are bound to go tooth and nail. Another day, another dollar at the Grand Old Party (GOP) (conservative party). It seems that the already loosely-led GOP is struggling as its leaders find rising difficulty in corralling enough votes to get back in the ring. Last week Friday, The GOP called in the goon squad to straight mob their fumbling leader/Speaker of the House, John Boehner. Here’s how it went down.

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Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

Sometimes, after a hard day of classes and studying, it’s nice to just relax a bit. So grab some nachos and enjoy the movie being reviewed this week, “Hitch.” “Hitch” is directed by Andy Tennant and stars hit actor Will Smith. The movie’s premise is set like this; it’s New York City and love is hard. In a world were no average Joe stands a chance with a decent girl, what’s a guy to do? In steps the date doctor, a secret consultant who helps guys get the girl of their dreams in just 3 dates.

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Sunday, February 15th, 2015
Sometimes after a hard day of classes and studying, it’s nice to just relax a bit. So grab some nachos and enjoy the movie being reviewed this week, “Dog Pound.” “Dog Pound” is a movie directed by Kim Chapiron about the life and times of three kids in a juvenile prison. This gritty drama tracks these kids’ experiences as they go from mutts on the street to dogs in the dog pound. Now, as a trend of this series, there won’t be any spoilers of any of the movies getting reviewed, so don’t worry, this won’t ruin this gritty emotion-packed film for you even a bit.