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Chase and the Barons bring the fire (and the funny) on debut LP

Joshua Lloyd, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

There are more than enough pop punk anthems about booze and pills, lonely nights and class-war politics. But how many rock songs out there can make you laugh? If you listen exclusively to Chase and the Barons, your answer should...


Mitchell Baltosser, A&E Writer

May 2, 2019

Have you ever felt alone in a crowed place surrounded by people? Felt like you were the only person left out of a secret that everyone else knew? Your brain is telling you to do one thing: “Get Out.” This happens to be the...

‘The Odyssey’ goes feminist

Anna Jaskiewicz, Op/Ed Editor

April 11, 2019

Margaret Atwood’s 2005 novella, “The Penelopiad,” deserves as much, if not more, positive feedback and attention than any of her other works have received. The novella is one of the first three works published by Canongate’s...

The best of Batman

Joshua Lloyd, Editor-in-Chief

March 21, 2019

Bruce Wayne is notorious for his parties that bring the highest of society to Wayne Manor, but 2019 marks his biggest birthday bash yet. Gotham’s most eligible bachelor and his crime-smashing alter ego turn 80 this spring. In celebration of Batman’s eight decades of dominance, let’s take ...

Cine-Men: ‘Her’ and the crazy things we do for love

Mitchell Baltosser, A&E Writer

March 21, 2019

What would you do for love? What if the people around you told you that it wasn’t real? Would you still hold on to it? What if it was for a machine?“Her” tells the story of Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) a professional ghost-writer of emotional letters and his soon-to-be-complicated l...

Films that will make you say ‘alright, alright, alright’

Ed Murphy, Photo Editor

March 1, 2019

Every summer begins with the same routine as last. It’s not a beer blast down at the lake. It’s not a midnight drive to the shore or a bonfire in the yard. It starts off with a night viewing of  one my favorite films: “Dazed and Confused.”It’s a story about a small-town g...

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