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Kris Wu branches out with new album, “Antares”

Kris Wu branches out with new album, “Antares”

Austin Stadie

November 15, 2018

Kris Wu's "Antares" marks his first musical venture since leaving K-pop boy band "EXO" in 2014. Wu made an interesting transition, going from a K-pop band to a solo hip-hop artist. During his time in "EXO," he garnered plenty notoriety in China, which allowed him to secure a number of big features from p...

“Starry Eyes”

“Starry Eyes”

daniellerhody

April 24, 2018

“Starry Eyes” by Jenn Bennett is about Zorie, a girl who needs to have everything planned. She has blueprints for her day, her summer, and her life, and she hates when someone or something causes her to change her plans. Zorie’s plan for the summer before her senior year of high school has three pa...

“Love, Simon” shows a new coming-of-age

“Love, Simon” shows a new coming-of-age

Jenna Link

March 17, 2018

As the chords to “Love Me” by The 1975 blasted through the theater, I knew this was going to be a movie to remember. “Love, Simon” is a coming-of-age story, based on the book “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli, focusing on Simon Spier in his last year of high school. H...

The 15:17 to Paris was not made for the big screen

The 15:17 to Paris was not made for the big screen

Jen Gordus

February 21, 2018

On Aug. 21, 2015, more than 500 passengers were aboard a train bound for Paris. Among these passengers were three friends who are now recognized as heroes. Thalys Train 9364 is better known as the location of an attempted terrorist attack. It would have been a successful one if Anthony Sadler, Spencer ...

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

Sarah Biernat

February 15, 2018

Hi, my name is Sarah Biernat, and parties cause me great anxiety. A group any bigger than half a dozen people makes me want to crawl in a hole, so the possibilities of seeing me out at a rave are very slim. I have worked around human interaction by jamming out to trap EDM when I’m locked in my r...

“Jerry Before Seinfeld” gives Netflix audience a glimpse into the famous comedian’s career

“Jerry Before Seinfeld” gives Netflix audience a glimpse into the famous comedian’s career

Sophie Gire

December 1, 2017

n Sept. 19, Netflix added to its ever growing list of original comedy specials with “Jerry Before Seinfeld,” an hour-long description of one of the most successful comedians in history, Jerry Seinfeld. The iconic stand up returned to the comedy club where he discovered the world of live comedy ...

A League for the Weekend

A League for the Weekend

Jenna Link

November 24, 2017

A world without hope. Violence on the streets. A lost role model. In a world without Superman, there is no set leader or example of good in the DC Universe. The human race has no universal protector. But, with a new villain aiming to lay claim on the earth, the superheroes in the shadows are required...

“La La Land” sparkles

“La La Land” sparkles

Madeline Moffett

January 30, 2017

I usually hate Oscar nominated movies. I'm more of a romantic comedy, chick flick, or cheesy '80s movie kind of girl. But when I saw Ryan Gosling was in the critically acclaimed musical, "La La Land," I decided to give one of those films a shot. And I'm glad I did. The film follows the heartbreaks...

Spiderman trades tights for Army greens

Spiderman trades tights for Army greens

Madeline Moffett

November 7, 2016

have a certain way that I judge the quality of movies. And it never fails me. My mom always falls asleep 15 minutes into a movie or TV show; it's like clockwork. She sits down in her sweats, curls up with a blanket, and is snoring by the first commercial break. So when I brought her with me to...

#TeamIronMan down but not out

#TeamIronMan down but not out

Courtney Thomas

May 6, 2016

et me tell you, Marvel's thirteenth installment of the Avenger's series, "Captain America: Civil War," was a roller coaster. Not only were there quite a few cameos, there a was a very blatant dynamic change within the Avengers. Captain America, or Steve Rogers, (Evans) and Iron Man, or Tony Stark  ...

‘Views’ connects listeners to isolation

‘Views’ connects listeners to isolation

Lucas Modzelewski

May 2, 2016

ast Friday, Canadian-born rapper Drake released his highly-anticipated new album and the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2013 album, “Nothing Was the Same.” “Views,” formerly known as “Views from the 6,” features Drake addressing his critics, and rapping about his many relationship is...

‘Mother’s Day’ provides predictable plot

‘Mother’s Day’ provides predictable plot

Danielle King

May 2, 2016

he family friendly movie, “Mother’s Day” is the perfect movie to treat your Mother to, and what a coincidence, Mother’s Day is just around the corner! This chick flick includes lots of humor but also adds heartfelt moments that might just put you to tears. Although the film had many parts th...

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