Musical Notes | Student Recital: Broderick Lemke ’18 and Megan Schirger ’18

INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY SAMANTHA KOLB | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST On Fri. Mar. 24 at 6:00 p.m. in Dudley Birder Hall, Broderick Lemke and Megan Schirger will be putting on their Junior Recital. Lemke is a Music Education (Instrumental and General Certification K-12) Major and will play the Alto Saxophone for the recital. Schirger is a Choral… Read More Musical Notes | Student Recital: Broderick Lemke ’18 and Megan Schirger ’18

Throwback Film Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable”

AUSTIN VAN PAY | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST M. Night Shyamalan recently released “Split”, a great return to form for someone who has been around for many years, but has had his fair share of missteps concerning films. One of his lesser known films, “Unbreakable,” was released in 2000 and has flown under the radar for many… Read More Throwback Film Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable”

Junk Drawer: Best Movie Universe to Live In

ANASTASIA MONTAVON, AUSTIN VAN PAY, BENJAMIN K. PAPLHAM, SAMANTHA KOLB | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNISTS Anastasia: The Lego Universe Why live in one fictional universe when you can live in several of them simultaneously? Lego owns the rights to pretty much every major franchise—Harry Potter, Star Wars, Batman, and so much more! The Lego Universe offers as… Read More Junk Drawer: Best Movie Universe to Live In

Love Yourself

LAUREN GANTENBEIN| FEATURES EDITOR For both men and women, looking at any advertisement or looking at celebrity Instagram accounts, it can be easy to compare yourself to those people with often impractical, unrealistic body types. Everyone has a different body type because that is simply how we were made. It is important to love ourselves,… Read More Love Yourself