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Nostalgia and media

LASHAWNDA WHITE Staff Writer Animated memories from the past are being reborn into movies Do you get that feeling of euphoria in the pit of your stomach when you hear…

Instant movies

EMILY GIBSON Arts & Entertainment Imagine a movie theater without the itchy seats or screaming children; instead, just you, a couple of friends, some snacks and the comfort of your…

Artist Spotlight: Paul Kaufmann

EMILY GIBSON Staff Writer In the dimly lit studio theater in the fine arts building, junior Paul Kaufmann is stretched out on an old red sofa. Each time the camera…

Can’t beat no meat

Glenn Rose Staff Writer Yorgo’s Bageldashery serves vegan-friendly options You wouldn’t expect a bagel restaurant to be a good place to find vegan-friendly sandwiches, yet Yorgo’s Bageldashery (which seems to…

Netflix is throttling school Internet

TIM PEPPER Arts & Entertainment Editor In the past few weeks, many students have reported slower than usual Internet speeds and believe it or not, Netflix may be killing your…

Love is just a click away

TROY AUBUT Staff Writer With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks in the past, some of you are still single, whether by choice or by bad luck. It’s not easy…

Doing it for the Vine

‘One sick love story’

LASHAWNDA WHITE Staff Writer The wildly popular coming-of-age novel, The Fault in Our Stars is getting the silver-screen treatment. This best-selling novel by John Green is about cancer stricken teenagers…

Netflix is the new black

TIM PEPPER Arts & Entertainment Editor Being a college student can be hard, especially when it comes to studying for exams and doing homework and struggling through whatever else these…

Sickly sweet Valentine’s Day movies

EMILY GIBSON Staff Writer Valentine’s Day movies show that the medium may be falling short at each and every attempt to capitalize on the holiday of love More than the…