Beginning of end starts for iconic show

By Michael Foster-Sanders Winter is coming. More like, winter is here. “Game of Thrones” made its triumphant return April 14 after a two-year hiatus. This eighth and...

New show to reinvent traditional theatre

By Victor Allison/reporter Four nights of unorthodox theater will be hosted at SE Campus with “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.” SE drama associate...

Classic horror film reboot fails to live up to the task

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor “Sometimes dead is better” is a quote from Stephen King’s novel turned movie twice over, “Pet Sematary” and the studio behind...
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Civil War history to be retold in new tale

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor A NW professor hopes to give a new voice to a familiar subject, the Civil War. “Terrible Swift Sword” is a new...
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Addams Family show to bring music, laughs

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky. They’re all together ooky, the Addams family. The NE Playhouse will be performing...
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DC scores with funnest hero yet

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor What do you think about when you think of a superhero movie? Loud, action-packed and bombastic? Maybe a cool, hot guy...

Let’s Discuss “Us”

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Human complexity, emotions fuel play

By Jade Myers/campus editor Death, dating and everyday life are explored in the South Campus play Roads, which premieres April 4. The one-hour play consists of...
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Arbor Day Competition

Exhibit showcases, highlights student art, talent as part of annual holiday contest
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Film explores tough lives, inspiring tale

By JW McNay/editor-in-chief “Based on a true story” movies with an inspirational message can often be heavy-handed and predictable. However, the The Boy Who Harnessed the...