Monday, September 25th 2017

Into the Wild: Worth the Trip by Valerie McNutt

Despite the rain and cold, a capacity crowd packed into Campbell Hall last Wednesday night for the screening of Sean Penn's Oscar-nominated film, Into...

Get ‘Outta My Head’ Already by Tracy Bueno

Well 2008 is off to a pretty good start and I decided to hunt for new songs online, whether on AOL or the radio....

Weighing In: Writer’s Strike by Nick West

Was anyone else missing Stephen Colbert as much as I was? My late nights that were formerly filled with satirical, wry humor from the...

Anderson’s ‘Bloody’ Masterpiece by James Mrohs

There Will Be Blood is, above all, a difficult film. It is a story about family and the ugliness inside of oneself much...

Why Did The Golden Compass Go South? by Lynnea Dally

A lot of talk has been thrown around that the movie The Golden Compass did poorly at the box office was because a bunch...

Hamilton’s Visions for Iraq

David Schnall Former Indiana Congressman and co-chair of the Iraq Study Group and 9/11 Commission, Lee Hamilton, spoke at Campbell Hall on Sunday. While the...

Coen Brothers Create Another Modern Masterpiece by Nick West

In No Country for Old Men, the Coen brothers return with a new crime movie that follows the tale of Llewellyn Moss' discovery of...

Loving Marquez’ Time in Cholera by Emilia Dellemonico

Love in the Time of Cholera, based on the award winning novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, is a classic love story that treks into...

GH3: Becoming A Rock Legend by Nick West

Guitar Hero 3 is truly a battle for your soul. The game's career mode centers around you being the guitarist for a band that...

The Golden Compass Not So ‘Golden’? by Emilia Dellemonico

The Golden Compass, a fantasy story written by British writer Phillip Pullman, is causing quite a stir with the debut of its film adaptation...