Movie Review: Lady Bird

Movie Review: Lady Bird

The 2017 film titled Lady Bird was met with universal praise for its depiction of what it means to be an emerging adult in the modern world. Although set in 2003, the film comments accurately on the everyday struggles that teens go through in their late high school...
Movie Review: Jaws

Movie Review: Jaws

This weekend SAB is showcasing another classic film, Jaws. Released in 1975, Jaws took the world by storm and is often considered the first blockbuster horror film. I vividly remember both of my parents telling me about seeing Jaws in the theatre and how much it...
Halloween Origins

Halloween Origins

Have you ever thought about how Halloween came to be the Holiday that is now celebrated every year? It is interesting to see the different stories on the creation of Halloween from the students on campus. Depending on where you might have heard different tales from...

The Birds Review

Oct. 29 marks opening night of Messiah University’s Theatre production of “The Birds.” “The Birds” is a Greek comedy written by Aristophanes in 414 BC. Messiah’s rendition is directed by Professor Ed Cohn and will be available for viewing via livestream. A major...
Odd October Holidays: National Chocolate Day

Odd October Holidays: National Chocolate Day

Writers: Alexis Sheely and Kaitlin Merlino October comes to a close in just a few days with many people preparing to celebrate this month’s crowning holiday, Halloween. While potential trick-or-treaters settle in for a spooky night at home because of concerns with...
Movie Review: 1917

Movie Review: 1917

The Great War Story 1917 is similar to other war movies in that it has a narrow plot, which is a good thing. If war movies try and tackle too many things at once, they often feel unorganized. However, 1917 may be the most focused war movie I have ever seen. By this I...
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