Move Review: "Saw 5"

November 5, 2008 0

If it is the season of scares, and I am not talking about the presidential election, then you can assume there is another Saw film. This year, Lionsgate Films gives gore enthusiasts their fifth installment in the series and as an annual tradition, I was in the audience opening weekend.

The Vault: Review of "All the President's Men"

November 5, 2008 0

The year, 1972: A simple report on a burglary at the Watergate Office complex unfolds into a two-year enterprise, undertaken by intrepid reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of The Washington Post.

Worlds end and begin

October 22, 2008 0

Worlds End. And Worlds Begin. Beautiful music, sensuous dancing, and a repertoire of voice talent in an entirely new work.

Night of dancing and fun

October 22, 2008 0

Though short and sweet, the MU Dance-Off was fun, fast-paced, and entertaining to watch and participate in, according to many of the dance. Each dance group had to use their time wisely to show off

Love, Little Italy style

October 22, 2008 0

We have all fallen in love, gotten our heart broken or questioned ourselves at some point in our lives. Well, this is what Italian American Reconciliation is all about.

Be afraid: be very afraid

October 22, 2008 0

Horrifying ghouls are popping out of dark cornfields, people are crawling and stumbling through the darkness, gruesome creatures are lurking in the shadows.

McEwan = Genius

October 22, 2008 0

Ian McEwan is a genius. He is a bestselling author, he has won awards, and no one can deny that his prose is fantastic. His 2001 novel Atonement has recently been turned into an award-winning film. And he’s done it again. In 2007 his novel On Chesil Beach was published and it is just as memorable as his other novels.

Movie Review: "W."

October 22, 2008 0

Some presidents led their country to victory during war. Some presidents inspire reforms to better the lives of millions. Some presidents even take a stand against big business to prevent economic corruption. But, only one president has famously choked on a pretzel while watching a football game.

A fishy situation

October 22, 2008 1

Senior art major Jesse Krimes has always had in interest in using art to show the restrictions placed on humans by the power structures within our society and within institutions. In his latest project, he uses fish.

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