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'1989' brings new light to Swift's following

Shauni Figueroa, a sophomore listens to music that is considered anything but mainstream. Driving in the car with Figueroa you would most likely be listening to Led Zeppelin. She said she would not be caught dead listening to country or pop.


Blowing up box offices in 2015

The blockbuster movies coming out this year are full of action and adventure. Also, some of these movies happen to be sequels or the continuation of a well-known series that’s been hyped for the past couple of years.


Favorite winter TV is back

It seems like the weather may be getting a lot colder this winter than any of us would like. Despite the cold, at least we have one thing to look forward to: staying in with friends on a freezing cold night to enjoy your favorite winter premieres.


Best Holiday Music

‘Tis the season to be jolly! With the holiday season among us comes the great music that follows. There are many different holiday songs out there, whether you celebrate Christmas or not.


Changing the world one note at a time

Malcolm Luther is a stage name for Jakeem Easter, a 19-year-old from Maryland trying to change the world through his music. He coined the name to honor two of his role models: Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.


Everlasting 'Love'

Jason Mraz recently released his newest album entitled "Love is a Four Letter Word," which follows a series of singles and live albums all with a similar theme. This musical venture stays true to its title in that it celebrates all kinds of love.


Another slice of 'Pie'

The year 1999 marked a new beginning for the film community with the release of "American Pie." After its initial run in theaters, two things were changed forever: the "teen sex-comedy" solidified its place as a genre and none of us would ever look at warm apple pie the same way again. Since then this film became the first in a series encompassing four direct-to-DVD movies and soon to be four feature-length films with the release of "American Reunion" on Friday.

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Cinco de Mayo meets the Hall

As the last full month of school concludes, end-of-the-year celebrations draw near. But before seniors congregate to celebrate graduation, this year there is the conveniently-placed-on-a-Thursday holiday for all of campus to enjoy, Cinco de Mayo.


The Dish: Fighting the Flu

It is that time of year again. No, not time to play Christmas songs nonstop in the library. It is that time where you go to sleep at 3 a.m. because you were finishing a project and wake up at 5 a.m. just to study for exam.

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Deathly Hallows Delivers

July 21, 2007 marked the end of an era in our generation with the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter series. In the ten years between when these books were published, readers everywhere have been captivated by the fantasy universe of British author J.K. Rowling. Following the craze of the Harry Potter series, it was without surprise that the film industry caught on and has so far produced six movies based on each of Rowling's books. On Nov. 19, the first part of the 7thand final installment was released in movie theaters all over the world.


A lot of love goes the distance

Bringing a real-life romance to the big screen is not an easy feat (see "Gigli.") However, Drew Barrymore and Justin Long achieve this effortlessly in their new film "Going the Distance."


New and old styles combine in Stallone film

It is a simple fact that as the times change so must the styles and trends. The American film industry is no exception, more specifically the action/adventure genre. In recent years we have seen countless displays of martial arts, new weapons, and ever more complex and thought-provoking heroes.


Intriguing new album from Crowded House

In the modern music industry, longevity is a very rare feat. With constantly shifting opinions of what is classified as worthwhile music, new genres taking the popular spotlight, and individual band members often looking to take their music into new and different directions, it isn't uncommon for a band to release an album or two and then break up, leaving their fans yearning for more.


Inception' Creates Intrigue through Mysterious Plot

In 1999, Laurence Fishburne indelibly changed the movie industry with just 3 simple words: "Free your mind." Fishburne's advice in "The Matrix" seemingly inspired directors, as cinema's special effects became more advanced and the makeup of films changed: stories became grounded in physical landscapes as well as the inner workings of the human mind. The latest edition to this trend in filmmaking is Christopher Nolan's sci-fi thriller, "Inception."


Dreams of "Inception"

In 1999, Laurence Fishburne indelibly changed the movie industry with just three simple words: "Free your mind."

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