HEIDI SWANSON | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST In 2010, Disney released its first live action remake, “Alice in Wonderland,” starting a trend of remaking the classic movies. Live action films like “Cinderella,” “Maleficent,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Jungle Book” have already been released, with movies like “The Lion King,” “Mulan,” “Aladdin,” “Dumbo” and “Lilo and… Read More Disney Remakes: For Money or Magic?
ADDY BINK | SPORTS EDITOR This weekend was a full weekend of sports. It all kicked off Friday with men’s and women’s hockey. Men’s Hockey The Green Knights topped Trine Univ. 4-0 Friday night. The game was scoreless going into the second period until Peter Bates ’21 scored after about a minute. Riley Chistensen ’19… Read More Weekend Sports Wrap-Up
Catherine Gundrum: “A Star is Born” A masterpiece is born as Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga combine their talents to tell the raw, passionate tale of Jack and Ally, two artistic souls coming together in love and in song. Bradley Cooper plays Jackson Maine, a successful songwriter and singer who discovers Ally, portrayed by Lady… Read More SNC Times Presents: Review Corner
ADDY BINK | SPORTS EDITOR In case you live under a rock, football season has started up again. We are now in week 10 of the 2018-2019 season and the Packers have been disappointing to say the least. So, instead of discussing the Pack, I think it is important to address another pack in the… Read More Women in the NFL
ALDO GONZALEZ | OPINION COLUMNIST Since October is Respect Life Month, here is a short essay I wrote on abortion. When the topic of abortion comes up, tension often rises as hefty disagreements are about to be unleashed. It is essential to strive for civil dialogue in such scenarios, and it is equally fundamental to… Read More Abortion: The Central Issue
JARED GARTZKE | OPINION COLUMNIST For the last few years, I have dedicated my Monday nights to playing a card game called “Magic the Gathering.” I will concede on the spot that it is definitely not the coolest or most glamorous way to spend an evening. I do think, however, that my Monday nights are… Read More The Importance of Hobbies
ERIKA DITZMAN | OPINION COLUMNIST As one of the many symbols of Halloween, evil spellcasting women with long black garb, pointed hats and ugly green noses can be pictured, cackling wildly as they ride through the dark night sky atop their brooms. This sheer nonsense about “double, double toil and trouble” portrays a very real… Read More Wicca