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MCS Film Festival showcases the best of student film

On Wednesday night, the University Village theater was rumbling, but not because of the anxiety of seeing the new “Godzilla” movie. It was because...

“Bearing Our Soles” bears one woman’s truth, life and success

As a writer, I know that every story stems from some sort of life experience. Whether it is a memoir or fiction, there is...

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” spins a web of mediocrity

I’ve always been an “Iron Man” fan at heart. The suit, the gadgets and Robert Downey Jr. always have my attention when I’m glued...

“Oculus”: Looking through the sloppy glass

How do you make a typical haunting horror movie seem original? Director Mike Flanagan believes this is done by playing with the minds of...

An orchestra of talent

In the Arts Building, sounds of different instruments can be heard daily — string, brass and many more. But not a lot of people...

They spat, they spoke

Before entering HUB 302 last Wednesday, I really didn’t know what to expect from Sister Spit. As was seen from a panel discussion the...

A virtual conversation with Edward Snowden

On a warm day in March, while indie bands were playing and films were competing for the attention of judges at the South by...

Spoken truths at the Barn

Students gathered at the Barn last Wednesday, but instead of rocking out to an indie band or rap artist, they gathered for an emotional...

“Winter’s Tale” Review

From “The Notebook” to “Sweet Home Alabama,” romance films have always been predictable. The romance is the same, the pursuit is the same and...

“Vampire Academy” Review

Just when the vampire craze was about to be put back into its grave, the film industry decided to bring it back with the...