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Valentine’s Day, a day entirely devoted t0 love is celebrated each year in many countries around the world. People show their love by showering their significant others, family members and friends with cards, flowers, candy, stuffed animals, jewelry and sometimes other expensive and outrageous items.Read More →

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  A galaxy far, far away began nearly 39 years ago, when creator George Lucas gave the world Star Wars. Spawned by watching old serials such as “Flash Gordon,” Lucas’s invention was released to the public in May of 1977. In the years since, the property has expanded into seven movies, three cartoons, and an innumerable amount of books, video games, and merchandise. Even without these, Star Wars has taken on a life of its own.Read More →

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Spectre is the 24th film in the James Bond franchise, the longest running series of film, spanning the past 53 years. Bond has shifted from the iconic likes of Sean Connery, to the not-so-glorious days of Pierce Brosnan. Daniel Craig’s turn as James Bond is just as spectacular as his three previous entries. If Craig is to be believed that this will be his last time portraying the timeless spy, then Spectre is a solid sendoff.Read More →

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Good Grief! Charles M. Schulz brought Peanuts to life through comic strips beginning in 1950. The strips featured the characters Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock, Linus, Peppermint Patty, Pig Pen, and many others, all of which are still beloved today.Read More →

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The opening shot of “It Follows” creates a palpable sense of horror, even before the first line of dialogue is spoken. An unnamed girl scurries across her street. Silence ensues except for the girl’s own heavy breathing. The camera then follows the girl in a tracking shot that lasts until she escapes in her father’s car. It’s a cinematic shot, done masterfully by director David Robert Mitchell and cinematographer Mike Gioulakis, who together set the stage for a movie that uses many camera tricks to further the film’s suspense.Read More →

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“Things Observed” is the theme of this years’ art department faculty exhibit now in the Whipple Fine Art Gallery. Faculty members Renee Couture, Ted Isto, Greg Rice and Susan Rochester are displaying their respective talents in a presentation of photography, pottery, clay works and modern art. “The faculty in our department all have active art professions. This exhibit helps students get a feel of where the faculty is coming from before and while they take art classes from us,” said Rochester, associate professor of art and department chair.Read More →

Several staff who work in Snyder Hall have recently  experienced adverse health effects with at least two incident reports recently  filed related to severe respiratory distress attributed to the office building. In the last couple months, concerns of air pollution in  Snyder Hall led Jess Miller, director of Maintenance and Grounds, to hire a  certified industrial hygienist to inspect the Snyder office building. Brad Johnson from PCA Health; Safety Consultants of Lake  Oswego evaluated the building on Oct. 23. Results showed poor indoor air  quality, as well as microbial and ventilation issues, among other problems. This is not the first year that Snyder staff haveRead More →

The documentary, The People’s Crisis, will be shown Thursday, Nov. 29 at 5pm in the cafeteria, funded by student government, to help students understand  the crisis in North Korea. The film tells of North Koreans in bondage and their journey  to freedom in hopes of inspiring people. The documentary will be shown in the  cafeteria.Read More →

This thriller of an independent film has a little bit of everything. But before I go any further with this review I want to express something of a disclaimer. The term “independent film” is very ambiguous. If any term within film production vocabulary is broad, “independent film” is the broadest. The term is defined as any film produced independently of a major studio such as MGM, 20th Century Fox or Paramount. But when films like “Clerks,” “The Blair Witch Project,” “Memento,” “Donnie Darko” and the Oscar-winning “Slumdog Millionaire” are all lumped within this group, the term can be misleading. I’m trying to explain that mostRead More →