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Single Voice Reading revives meaning of poetry

Tyler Stigall, Opinion Editor

December 3, 2015

A couple of weeks ago I attended the Single Voice Reading event which, contrary to the title, featured two discrete voices at the podium: Brian Barker and Nicki Beer. The readings were engaging; the poets, articulate and well-...

New drama uses intricate characters to intrigue viewers

Alex Hasapis, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015

Could you imagine waking up in the middle of Times Square, in a bag, with tattoos all over your body, having no recollection of how you got there in the first place? That is exactly how viewers are introduced to Jamie Alexand...

‘No exaggeration,’ Missy ‘Misdemeanor’ Elliott is back

Andrew Hopf, Contributing Writer

November 12, 2015

After a decade-long hiatus, The Queen is returning to the throne. Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott, whose unforgettable hit songs served as the unofficial soundtrack of our middle school days, has released her first new single f...

Broadway dazzles in NYC

Chloe Kedziora, Junior Features Editor

November 5, 2015

I had the opportunity to see a Broadway show this past parent’s weekend in New York City. My family and I saw “Finding Neverland” and we were impressed by the energetic production. Personally, “Finding Neverland” gave me feeli...

Hello from the other side

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor

October 29, 2015

Hello, and welcome back Adele. After a three-year hiatus from the industry the U.K. singing sensation came back stronger than ever with her new single “Hello” and an album titled “25” set to come out on Nov. 20. In 201...

Speilberg’s latest film ‘Bridge of Spies’ gives history a dramatic twist

James Sirio, Contributing Writer

October 22, 2015

From “Jaws” to “Jurassic Park”  followed by the Indiana Jones franchise and “Lincoln,” director Steven Speilberg has captured the attention of millions and created films that have stood the test of time. His lat...

‘The Gift’ pleasantly surprises and scares

Emily Greene, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2015

We unfortunately live in the age of cheap horror movies. These days, the genre relies solely on jump scares, repetitive plots and special effects. The art of making a slasher sometimes seems to be lost to the ages. Horror mov...

Horror film sells out for superficial suspense

Brett Zicari, Contributing Writer

September 17, 2015

Who is M. Night Shyamalan? To most, he is the talented director of “The Sixth Sense”, “Unbreakable” and “Signs”, who has since imploded into one of the most laughable directors of the 21st century, with an ever expan...

Reviewer: ‘The Theory of Everything’ tells a real story

Aurley Morris, Contributing writer

January 29, 2015

Film offers unique look at Hawking’s personal life 4 out of 5 stars I went into the theatre knowing very little about ‘The Theory of Everything’ when I saw it this weekend. I was under the impression that the movie was p...

CAITIE McMEKIN/THE CAMPUS Maya Jones, ‘14, and Autumn Parker, ‘15, rehearse for Playshop’s Wedding Band, a performance contributing to Allegheny’s Year of Civil Rights.

Wedding Band review

March 7, 2014

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