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May, 2018

  • 24 May

    Movie Review: Hereditary

    Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion It Runs In The Family I wanted to give Hereditary a few days to sink in so that I could gather my thoughts on it properly, because its unique and twisted blend of gallows humor, horrifyingly upsetting images and pitch-black tone is unlike almost any …

  • 4 May

    Movie Review: Infinity War

    Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion Some Assembly Required Saying that a film doesn’t fall apart under its own weight is rarely considered a big deal. For Infinity War, it’s about the pinnacle of high praise. The Russo Brothers (who directed this installment, as well as The Winter Soldier and Infinity …

  • 3 May

    Know Before You Go-Lost Films: The Last Jedi

    Robert Bouffard Student Writer Opinion “This is not going to go the way you think,” Luke Skywalker says this to Rey about two thirds of the way through Star Wars: The Last Jedi. He probably should have said this closer to the beginning because it would have let its viewers …

  • 1 May

    Daily De-Stressors: Finals Week Preparation

    Charmaine Lim Student Writer Read Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. Celaena Sardothien is the most feared assassin in the land, but no one knows that the person they fear so much is an 18-year old girl. Thrown in jail after a betrayal, Celaena finds herself recruited by Prince …

April, 2018

  • 26 April

    Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Phantom Thread

    Robert Bouffard Student Writer Opinion Sometimes when you watch a movie, you can tell that it was made with hopes of winning Oscars. Phantom Thread is one of those movies. With a plot that is often onerous, it’s difficult to really get invested in what’s going on. But at the …

  • 25 April

    Daily De-Stressors: Spring Fling and More

    Charmaine Lim Student Writer   Read 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad. NASA has decided to send three teenagers to the moon as part of their latest expedition. A girl from Japan, a boy from France and a girl from Norway are chosen to accompany a small team …

  • 24 April

    Splice Film Festival Showcases Diverse Student Work

    Robert Bouffard Student Writer Sixteen original films were screened in Parmer Cinema that was packed with excited friends, family and faculty on Sunday. Students from Department of Communication displayed their creativity and originality during the Splice Student Film Festival. The full house could be pretty intimidating for some of the …

  • 19 April

    Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Lady Bird

    Robert Bouffard Student Writer Opinion As college students, most, if not all, of us have been in a place where we don’t know what we should do with our lives. At the end of high school, we didn’t know what college to go to or what we should study. Well, …

  • 14 April

    Daily De-Stressors: For the Spring Weather

    Charmaine Lim Student Writer Read Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Maddy Whittier is allergic to the world, which means that she can’t ever go outside. Her days are spent in her white, sterilized room, doing homework for her tutor and talking to her housekeeper, Carla. Until a boy, Oliver Bright …

  • 9 April

    Movie Review: A Quiet Place

    Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion Silence is Golden The post-apocalyptic world of A Quiet Place presents its characters with a simple yet seemingly impossible challenge: never make a sound. Even the most minor of noises can attract the massive alien creatures, which attack their prey and destroy them in seconds. …

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