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“Eddie the Eagle:” A True Underdog Story

“Eddie the Eagle:” A True Underdog Story

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
March 17, 2016
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Dexter Fletcher’s movie "Eddie the Eagle" is an adaptation of Eddie Edwards' story that had a lot of potential but fell flat at key moments. While having to stick to the source material, Fletcher couldn’t add a lot of Hollywood flair to it which lead to some lackluster scenes. On the other hand,...

Sundance Favorite “The Witch,” a Hit in the Box Office?

Sundance Favorite “The Witch,” a Hit in the Box Office?

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

            Robert Eggers made a name for himself with the Sundance Film Festival smash "The Witch." Set in the 1600’s a devout family is banished from their plantation and are forced to test their faith by settling on new land. Things begin to go awry on the new plantation and the horror ensue...

“Secrets”

“Secrets”

EJ Olsen, Contributing Writer
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

By virtue of its stark brilliance, “SECRETS” is a daunting album to review.   In a track-by-track feature on Consequence of Sound, Benjamin Gibbard, the articulate frontman and lyricist of Death Cab for Cutie, admitted, “I seem to completely lack the ability to write eloquently about ...

Sounds By The Sound: A Comparison of Your Favorites with Local Bands

Sounds By The Sound: A Comparison of Your Favorites with Local Bands

Amelia Asprey, Staff Writer
March 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Alternative rock and grunge is no stranger to the Seattle music scene. Home to hipsters galore Seattle just screams “alternative”. Lucky for us, we are just thirty minutes north of where alternative rock bands such as Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana and more recently Modest Mouse have grown into legends. As...

More To Life Than Good Looks?

More To Life Than Good Looks?

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
March 3, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Some of you may not have asked for it, and some of you needed it. I’m talking of course about "Zoolander 2". 15 years after the first comedy classic, the dynamic modeling duo Derek Zoolander, played by Ben Stiller, and Hansel, played by Owen Wilson, take back the big screen in a surprisingly refres...

10 Years Later: The “Merc with a Mouth”

10 Years Later: The “Merc with a Mouth”

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
February 29, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Ever since a test footage leak a few years back, comic book culture has been circling around the name Deadpool. Marvel fan favorite, Wade T. Wilson aka Deadpool, takes to the big screen in his first stand alone movie, which has been smashing box office records and its hard to wonder why. In what could...

Animal Free: Veg Eats On Campus

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
February 15, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Video

All around the world people have adopted ways of living that exclude the use of animals and their byproducts. Six months before my seventeenth birthday, I decided to convert to a vegetarian lifestyle. Now, how does a vegetarian, or even vegan eat on a campus with a high population of carnivo...

“Ride Along 2”: Is More Always Better?

“Ride Along 2”: Is More Always Better?

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
February 15, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are back in the action comedy duo "Ride Along 2." After watching this film, I had to ask myself, is more always better? It seems as though movie directors took a blockbuster film and try to cash in on the hype and push out a sequel almost instantly to the point that it has...

What’s Everyone Wearing: The New Age of Runners

What’s Everyone Wearing: The New Age of Runners

Andrew Hines, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, The Scoop

  From dress shoes to Jordan’s, runners are the must have sneaker for the foreseeable future. For those of you who may not know, runners are essentially running shoes with a lifestyle twist. Since the birth of the Nike Roshe Run, the appeal of a sleeker, lighter, and more comfortable sneaker has only grown. Besides Nike developing multiple runner mode...

Valentine’s Day: Easier Than You Think

Valentine’s Day: Easier Than You Think

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Smells like chocolate. And romance. But mostly chocolate. Valentine’s Day is steadily approaching and the hopeless romantics are gearing their talents to win over their sweethearts. Candy, flowers. Fluffy teddy bears and velvet heart pillows. You’ve seen them all, maybe given them all. But...

Tight Budget Fixes: Thrifting Your Way to Fashion

Tight Budget Fixes: Thrifting Your Way to Fashion

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
January 18, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Video

Tight budgets and hard choices. Should you buy the $3 shirt or the $10 pair of pants? These are the everyday questions of the oh-so-common broke college student. Fear no more, there is a solution to your money woes, or at least, a partial solution. In the last few years thrift and consignment shop...

The Dark Side

The Dark Side

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer
January 14, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

It seemed like everyone was excited for its arrival to theaters and was going to see it as soon as they could. But if you worked at a movie theater like myself, you were dreading "Star Wars" altogether. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is the second highest grossing movie of all time in the U.S. according...

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