Rhye’s debut “Woman” blurs gender lines

Justin M. McGee, Assistant editor

March 13, 2013

Released on March 4, "Woman," Rhye's debut album, is sexy, smart pop-rock. Together, Mike Milosh and Robin Hannibal are the band Rhye, and with "Woman," the duo deliver 10 tracks that absolutely ooze sexuality. Every track...

You are your parents

Dr. Karen Thompson, APRN, WHNP Assit. Professor Dept. of Nursing

March 2, 2013

The title of this article probably sends shivers down the spine of the average college student.  Attending college is a time when young adults get to separate themselves from the people that controlled their existence for the...

Leave “The Raven” on the Plutonian Shore

Justin M. McGee, Assistant editor

March 2, 2013

A seemingly incredible concept for a feature film falls flat with the “V for Vendetta” director James McTeigue’s 2012 thriller “The Raven.” The film brings alive some of the fantastical short stories of Edgar Allan...

Fun with a different type of family

Katelyn Lamb

March 1, 2013

“And Baby Makes Seven” by Paula Vogel opened at the Performing Arts Center on February 20. It is a psychotically funny comedy that kept me entertained throughout its entirety. There was not a moment when I was not laughing...

Netflix delivers with House of Cards

Justin M. McGee, Assistant editor

February 13, 2013

Sex, drugs and politics. By making the entire first season of its new political drama “House of Cards” available for streaming immediately on Friday, Feb. 1, Netflix has broken decades of tradition established by the big networks. Banking...

George Takei: “Star Trek” to social media

Susan Altman, Staff Writer

January 19, 2013

While primarily known as Sulu in the groundbreaking science-fiction series “Star Trek,” actor George Takei has achieved quite a lot in his seventy-five years.  In addition to his acting roles, Takei has also served as an...

Story of a rancid romance

Susan Altman, Staff Writer

October 3, 2012

In his first published work, “Warm Bodies,” up-and-coming novelist Isaac Marion expands upon the world of literary romance in a rather shocking fashion: by throwing zombies into the mix. However, the zombies of this work...

The cutthroat banana business

Jonathan Rainey, Staff Writer

August 21, 2012

“The Fish That Ate the Whale:  The Life and Times of America’s Banana King” by Rich Cohen, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux tells the tale of Samuel Zemurray, master of the banana.  The book is historical nonfiction,...

The Dark Knight Rises

Pratik Patel, Staff Writer

August 21, 2012

Christopher Nolan concludes the Batman series, which commenced with “Batman Begins” (2005), followed by “The Dark Knight” (2008), with “The Dark Knight Rises” (2012). Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale), the eccentric...