Kellogg library remembers World War One

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By Beulah Supriya Staff Writer This fall semester, the Library has on display “Enlisting a Nation: American Visual Propaganda of World War I ” to commemorate the centenary of World War I. The posters are on display on the third floor of the Kellogg library gallery and are open to the public. “During World War I, the government started its …

Musician Spotlight: New Years Day


By Kat Diltz Staff Writer New Years Day is not your average rock band. Mixing dark imagery, alternative punk beats and emotional, relatable lyrics, the self-proclaimed “haunted-mansion-core” group is tough on the outside, but soft on the inside. Hailing from Anaheim, California, the band consists of Ashley Costello on lead vocals, Nikki Misery on lead guitar, Anthony Barro on bass …

Movie Review: The Maze Runner

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By Sonni Simmons Staff Writer The movie theater experience isn’t cheap. You pay for the movie, the popcorn and the Swedish Fish with money and the experience with your time. It seems as though most movies nowadays are pumped down an assembly line and adorned with big name actors to get some attention. “The Maze Runner” is a breath of …

Netflix Review: Odd Thomas is an odd failure


By Sydney Schabacker Staff Writer It’s almost Halloween, when many of us may have a chance to see ghosts and goblins and spirits of old walking amongst us. But for short-order cook Odd Thomas, he sees the dead every day of the year. Blessed or cursed with clairvoyance, Odd lives a fraught life.  When he’s not helping Police Chief Wyatt …


Movie Review: “Neighbors” means adulthood no more


By Lexy Perez Arts and Entertainment Assistant If “Project X,” “The Hangover” and “Spring Breakers” had a crossover movie, it is guaranteed that “Neighbors” would be their comprised product. Seth Rogan and Zac Efron star in this generation’s “Animal House,” embodying the young, wild and free movement. With its excessive partying, profanity and sarcastic wit, the film delivers what seems …


Netflix Review: BoJack Cancelled-Man


By Will McCurdy Staff Writer Long before this new Netflix series called “BoJack Horseman,” there was a show called Mister Ed that debuted in the 1960’s about the hijinks of a talking horse and his owner. The program ran five years garnering a massive television following until its ending in 1966, paving the way for human and animal duos that …

CD and DVD Dropping: Alt-J and Age of Extinction


By Ariel Robbins Radio Assistant “Sleeplessly Embracing” Alt-J’s new album At long last, English band Alt-J dropped their second album “This Is All Yours” on Sept. 22. Barely into its highly anticipated availability, “This Is All Yours” reached number one on charts in the UK, and topped globally in five other countries. The band’s previous album, “An Awesome Wave,” was …


Students react to false emergency on campus

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Hey Cougars! Were you on campus during the false emergency alarm yesterday afternoon? Our Senior Staff Writer, Sarah Hughes, captured photos of her class stacking chairs in front of the doors, and captured Chief Webbie, James Massengale, helping out!  

Bullying Prevention Day!

Bullying Prevention Day

Please join us for an interactive and educational event about anti-bullying. Participants will increase their knowledge of bullying, learn effective bystander intervention strategies, and garner anti-bullying resources. Presented by ASI and co-sponsored by Civility Campaign and Student Health and Counseling Services.   Go Civility! Civility Committee