“Bright Young Things” fails to meet expectation

Elisa Perez, Social Media Editor

October 2, 2013

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Due to my immense fascination with the 1920s era, I was immediately drawn to the world of bootleggers that seems very similar to the glamorous depiction of this era by F. Scott Fitzgerald in “The Great Gatsby.” The author...

Final improv show triggers tears and giggles

Sammy Gibbons, news anchor

April 29, 2013

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On Friday night, a long line of impatient people began at the Little Theater and snaked far down the hall, past Door Four and the women’s bathroom. These people were anticipating the start of yet another amazing Memorial improv...

“Hikikomori and the Rental Sister” lends Eastern thought, contemplation

Marni Kaldjian, Editor

April 25, 2013

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“Hikikomori and the Rental Sister,” written by author Jeff Bahaus, is a story that explores what it means to be a participator versus observer in the world. In response to a family tragedy, New Yorker Thomas Tessler withdraws...

Lil Wayne’s album “I am Not a Human Being II”

Cassy Riley, Reporter

April 25, 2013

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After listening to Lil Wayne’s newest album “I Am Not a Human Being II” I am pleasantly surprised. This album is different from his others because his music genre is usually hip hop/rap but this album has a lot of rock influences...

Walking Dead review

Walking Dead review

April 15, 2013

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