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From comics to the TV screen: 'Gotham' and 'The Flash'

BINGE WATCHER: Shows provide room for creativity in comics Two new DC-based television shows, “The Flash” and “Gotham,” have come onto the scene with an already-established fan base, myself included. Both shows have vastly different objectives to accomplish and while there have been some issues, they’ve started to hit their strides midway through the first seasons. “The Flash” is trying to modernize and give more legitimacy to rarely-used characters and events into a newer setting.


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KILLER CROSSOVER: Hypocrisy of the NFL

The NFL doesn’t care what you think of Adrian Peterson or Ray Rice. It blocks out the outrage, the domestic violence defense groups and the fact that you want it to have a higher moral compass.But it doesn’t have one.



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	The Ball State soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the MAC Tournament Sunday afternoon.

	The Ball State soccer team celebrates after scoring a goal against Toledo at the Briner Sports Complex. The Cardinals tied with the Rockets 2-2. DN PHOTO MATT MCKINNEY
SPORTS

Soccer moves to semifinals

The Ball State soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the MAC Tournament Sunday afternoon. The Ball State soccer team celebrates after scoring a goal against Toledo at the Briner Sports Complex. The Cardinals tied with the Rockets 2-2. DN PHOTO MATT MCKINNEY


Junior forward Nicole Pembleton attempts to move the ball down past a Toledo defender in the match on Oct. 18 at the Briner Sports Complex. The team advanced to the Mid-American Conference semifinal match after winning against Central Michigan. DN FILE PHOTO MATT MCKINNEY
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Junior forward Nicole Pembleton attempts to move the ball down past a Toledo defender in the match on Oct. 18 at the Briner Sports Complex. The team advanced to the Mid-American Conference semifinal match after winning against Central Michigan. DN FILE PHOTO MATT MCKINNEY


Sophomore defensive specialist Kati Vasalakis moves to celebrate with her team against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Vasalakis had nine digs in the 3-1 loss. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY
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Sophomore defensive specialist Kati Vasalakis moves to celebrate with her team against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Vasalakis had nine digs in the 3-1 loss. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY


Sophomore middle hitter Hayley Benson goes up for a spike against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Benson finished with nine kills during the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY
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Sophomore middle hitter Hayley Benson goes up for a spike against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Benson finished with nine kills during the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY


Sophomore middle hitter Kelly Hopkins prepares to set the ball against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Hopkins had two digs in the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY
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Sophomore middle hitter Kelly Hopkins prepares to set the ball against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Hopkins had two digs in the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY


Senior opposite hitter Lauren Grant and sophomore middle hitter Hayley Benson jump up to block a hit against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Ball State lost the match 3-1. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY
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Senior opposite hitter Lauren Grant and sophomore middle hitter Hayley Benson jump up to block a hit against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Ball State lost the match 3-1. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY


Senior middle hitter Mindy Marx prepares to hit the ball against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Marx had six kills in the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY
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Senior middle hitter Mindy Marx prepares to hit the ball against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 25 at Worthen Arena. Marx had six kills in the match. DN PHOTO MATT McKINNEY

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