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SCO snoWatch: January 26, 2015

How-ev-er, before the snow day comes the call, and before the call comes predictions. SCO, of course, is the most accurate predictor of snow days; so stick around for updates on whether we'll be having a snow day this Monday.
Courtesy of Huffington Post

"Clockwork Scarab" is a waste of time

"The Clockwork Scarab," by Colleen Gleason, has an interesting concept. Evaline Stoker, the sister of "Dracula" author Bram Stoker, and Alvermina Holmes, Sherlock's niece, are sent on a mysterious mission by Irene Adler to investigate the deaths of rich white girls.
Memorials have sprung up commemorating the losses of the Charlie Hebdo staff. Courtesy of International Business Times

Am I Charlie?

In the field of political satire there is an implicit barrier between satire and browbeating, between free speech and libelous hate: a barrier that Hebdo crossed a long time ago.
"Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb" is good entertainment. Courtesy of Deadline

"Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb" shows signs of life

In the newest addition to the series, "Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb," the tablet begins to be marked by an unknown force. Searching for answers, Daley and company are forced to unravel the mystery of the tablet's beginnings.
Body positivity is a new movement that emphasizes loving your body despite external judgments. Courtesy of Her Campus

Do you love your body? (Part III)

To read Part I, click here. To read Part II, click here.
 

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What's your favorite thing to do on a snow day?
  • Watch TV
  • Eat warm, yummy things
  • Play in the snow
  • Hang with friends
  • Do homework
  • Sleep
  • Not go to school
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