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Adapted classic finds NW stage

Adapted classic finds NW stage

By Tabitha Redder/managing editor A classic novel and high school literature staple is brought to life again in Theatre Northwest’s first show of the fall semester with Laura Eason’s adaptation of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, a novel by Mark Twain.

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Now-Oct. 2 South Campus’ fine arts department ends its exhibit of Randy Guthmiller’s art in the Carillon Gallery in the Joe B. Rushing Center for…

Movie Review – Neeson delivers gripping thriller

By Jamil Oakford/se news editor A Walk Among the Tombstones chronicles the drama of an ex-cop-turned-private-detective as he tries to piece together a rape-murder.…

NE ensemble features pieces from classical music legends

Two NE Campus faculty members Hsinyi Wang and Gerald Ringe will perform music by Mozart and Weber at a live concert at 7 p.m. Oct.…

Film students’ infectious film gains awards

Film students’ infectious film gains awards

By Dylan Bradley/editor-in-chief Current and former TCC students won first place, audience favorite and best zombie FX awards in the Spread the Dead 48-hour zombie…

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movie review-The Railway Man reveals redeeming power of love

movie review-The Railway Man reveals redeeming power of love

By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor After his success in The King’s Speech and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Colin…