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Women’s History Month lecture held

Lauren Hamilton, Campus Life Editor

April 10, 2015

Filed under Culture

Throughout history, women have played an integral part in shaping the events of the world, even if they didn’t always end up in history books. Since 1995, America has celebrated Women’s History Month in March to honor th...

Selected pieces from arts now on display

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2015

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A juried art exhibition will be on display until April 15 in the Campanella Gallery after juror Larry Thomas, professor and chair of fine arts at Johnson County Community College, selected the artwork of 15 students. Out of the 15 ...

‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ resembles original

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2015

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“Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number” attempts to improve on the foundation that was created with the original. The three most important facets of the “Hotline Miami” franchise are very clear: a stellar soundtrack, fast paced...

Palahniuk compilation book interesting read

Jason Holland, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2015

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Chuck Palahniuk, the mind behind novels like “Fight Club”, “Choke”, and “Survivor”, has been a leading figure in pop fiction for over a decade now. It’s odd, since most of his work aims to tear down the very cult...

‘71’ worthwhile flick, actors give noteworthy performances

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2015

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In a world where most action movies are big-budget blockbusters full of explosions, gunfights and scenes of mass destruction, it is refreshing to see something on a smaller scale. More personal and thought-provoking, “71”...

Graphic design on display at Campanella

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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A new exhibit titled “New Directions in Graphic Design” has opened in the Campanella Gallery in the McAfee Memorial Library. The exhibit, which will run until March 15, features work by several faculty members from different...

You can visit Paris in new ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity’ game

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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“Assassin’s Creed” is a well-established franchise originated on the PlayStation 3. Each game showcases a different time and place in the history of the world. Until recently, being able to traverse these beautifully created...

Drake mixtape shows new, boring side of artist

Jason Holland, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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Drake’s new mixtape shows a new side of the artist, which sadly is a pretty boring one. When Drake released his surprise mix tape, “If Youre Reading This Its Too Late”, – with grammar errors and all – I was excited....

Rogue Legacy is a good game to experience randomization

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

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“Rogue Legacy” is not for the faint of heart. Its16-bit looks, quirks and controls of the game are a welcome change of pace. The 16-bit look is a term used to describe an old style of game making that gives the game in...

Animation films are not limited to children

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

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I’m not really a big anime fan but as a film buff, I have come across a few which have really captured my attention with great works of animation. Most of those include Studio Ghibli films, however, others good ones are included....

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