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"Insidious" a real horror

Danielle Norris

April 18, 2011


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The new film “Insidious” is a must see for horror buffs. For the scaredy-cats, it’s a must-see-“Hop”-or-“Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2”-instead. This is by far the creepiest movie I’ve seen in some time. Read More »...

Cagle delivers lukewarm performance

Justin Law

April 13, 2011


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The Physical Activities Center floor flooded with cowboy boots on Saturday night as University of Southern Indiana’s SpringFest country performance began. Crowds gathered near the stage, waiting for the night’s entertainment and introductory band, Mike Golden and Friends, opening for their first co...

A Derulo disappointment

Jessie Hellmann

April 11, 2011


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A long line of students, parents and other community members wrapped around the Performing Arts Center awaiting the performance of Black Violin and R & B star Jason Derulo Saturday night. Read More »...

New hope for R.E.M.

Dani Palmer

April 4, 2011


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If a band records one of my favorite albums at any point in their career, I will defend them no matter how bad their new record may be. Weezer’s latest album may contain one of the worst songs ever released in the history of recorded music, but, hey, they recorded “The Blue Album” and “Pinkerton,” so...

Performances resurrect philandering English king

Danielle Norris

March 21, 2011


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Before this, I thought family reunions could get a little heated. Turns out my family’s got nothing on Henry XI, king of England, his estranged and imprisoned wife Eleanor and their three sons, John, Geoffrey and Richard, better known as Richard the Lion Heart. The whole twisted story is told in James...

'Killzone 3' vs. 'Bulletstorm'

Dani Palmer

March 1, 2011


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With the multitude of games coming out in 2011, which ones are really worth buying? With the recent release of "Killzone 3" and "Bulletstorm," are these games really worth your time and money? Read More »...

Give ‘The Last Airbender’ a chance

Justin Law

November 18, 2010


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Oh boy. I am going to get it for this one. Few movies in the past couple of years have received such universal disdain as the live-action adaptation of “The Last Airbender.” According to the website, Rotten Tomatoes, only 6 percent of film critics gave the movie a positive, or “fresh,” review. That’s...

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