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Our star-spangled blockbusters: A reflection on the modern American superhero

Our star-spangled blockbusters: A reflection on the modern American superhero

by Kelsey Gay Content Editor I think we all can agree that release of various superhero movies during the summer has nearly run us out of house and home. There was Iron Man, Spiderman, Batman, and now we have Captain [...]

September 12, 2011 Entertainment
We can and we are

We can and we are

A quick look at thought-provoking work coming up that challenges the traditional roles of women.  by Jennifer Champagne Layout Editor The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides Due Out: Oct. 11 Eugenides’ first novel since his Pulitzer Prize-winning Middlesex, The Marriage Plot follows Madeleine [...]

September 6, 2011 Entertainment
“I’m With You” scratches that RHCP Itch

“I’m With You” scratches that RHCP Itch

    by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor One of the most popular bands of this generation, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, show they still reign after nearly 30 years of funky rock with the release of their new [...]

September 6, 2011 Entertainment
A look at The Help: The movie versus the book

A look at The Help: The movie versus the book

by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor Sometimes, a story needs to be told twice. The Help, a 1960's period piece taking place in Jackson, Mississippi began as a heartfelt novel which took an intimate look into the disparate lives of black [...]

August 27, 2011 Entertainment
We don’t want your “Help”

We don’t want your “Help”

By Lydia Dickerson Content Editor By Lydia Dickerson Content Editor Tate Taylor’s new film, The Help, based on the novel by Kathryn Stockett, peers into the racially divided town of Jackson, Mississippi in the early-1960s.  This time period should evoke [...]

August 27, 2011 Entertainment