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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...

Activist? Journalist? Arrested either way

After hiding away seven years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was taken into custody April 11. During his time at...
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Sequels, reboots still bring entertainment

By Juan Ibarra/campus editor Currently you can go to the movies to see “Dumbo,” “Pet Sematary,” and “Hellboy.” Every movie in that list is a...
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Lack of creativity leads to uninspired remakes

By Michael Foster-Sanders I’m tired of Hollywood being uninspired. Recently, I have seen the pond scum remake of “Pet Sematary,” and it made me physically ill...
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Program works on plan for website

By Jade Myers/campus editor The All-Stars program on TR Campus is working on a proposal to improve the TCC website, which they will pitch at...

Appreciating the Arts

Student works highlighted during weeklong celebration of selected class projects

Summer classes pose unique challenges

By Jade Myers/campus editor Registration is now open for courses in the summer. For those thinking of taking them, here are some things to consider. “It’s real...

What Do You See?

Artistic and psychological interpretations blend together for a different kind of art exhibit on SE Campus. Rorschach inkblots created  by SE Psychology Club members are...

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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Editorial – Miseducation brings back cured diseases

Measles, polio and whooping cough. These three diseases have had vaccines for the last few decades. However, every so often, there is a case...