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It Chapter Two is a Flawed But Respectable Conclusion

Baylor Thornton, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

It Chapter Two is a disappointment compared to the first, but still has a lot to appreciate.

Avengers: Endgame Is the Epic the Fans Deserve

Baylor Thornton, Writer

April 30, 2019

Eleven years, twenty-two films, and over nineteen billion dollars later, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now the most successful film franchise in history. Time and time again, we’ve loved the heroes, laughed with the sidekicks,...

The Leftovers Is The Best Show You Haven’t Seen

Baylor Thornton

April 24, 2019

Abstract: Why HBO's The Leftovers is one of the best shows of the decade. An apocalyptic yet optimistic masterpiece. HBO can be credited for changing television forever. They took the world by storm in the 2000s with The Sopr...

A Week With The Criterion Channel

Baylor Thornton, Writer

April 24, 2019

Why you should check out the best and most informative streaming platform yet.

Arts & Entertainment: At a Glimpse April 2019 Music Department Addition

Larissa Gamble, Arts and Entertianment Editor

April 12, 2019

Abstract: An addition to the regular Arts and Entertainment At a Glimpse bulletin featuring recital and concert information from the Music Department. Hello, just an update to our regular A&E At a Glimpse bulletin. Every...

Is Josie and the Pussycats An Ironic Masterpiece?

Baylor Thornton

April 4, 2019

Now here’s an unsung but still noteworthy artifact of the 2000s. Archie Comics has rebranded itself as a hip and ironic version of its former self, with the hugely popular series Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. ...

Arts and Entertainment: At a Glimpse – April 2019

Larissa Gamble, Arts and Entertianment Editor

April 1, 2019

Hello all, here's what's going on in Arts and Entertainment this month! On April 12th and 13th, the theatre department is putting on its student-directed One-Act plays. There are 4 plays and they will take place from 4-5pm in...

K-pop and the Globalization of Korean Media

Nye Howard, Photo Editor

March 28, 2019

On Tuesday, March 19th the East Asian Studies Program welcomed guest speaker Suk-Young Kim for a talk on the growing appeal of Korean popular culture worldwide. Suk-Young Kim’s talk was held in the Hoxie-Thompson Auditorium on...

Us Review: How Jordan Peele Avoided The Sophomore Slump

Baylor Thornton, Writer

March 28, 2019

Jordan Peele has found a highly unexpected second wind in his career. After making millions laugh on Key & Peele, he has found equal success in the horror genre of all places. His psychological thriller/social satire Get Out ...

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