Hijacking the private sector: the GOP’s final frontier

With the election a day away and the next commander in chief in the hands of the elusive undecided voter, the left and right are in an all-out fist-fight for the White House. And clearly the old saying stays true: all is fair in love and war. Fresh off ... Continue Reading →

Fourth-quarter music preview

Compton, Calif. native Kendrick Lamar has been releasing music since his debut mixtape, 2003’s “Youngest Head Nigga in Charge.” Since then, he’s dropped four other mixtapes and built some buzz from 2010’s “Overly Dedicated.” But it was ... Continue Reading →

‘Resident Evil’ film can’t pump life into dead series

  It’s been a decade since the release of the original film adaptation of the zombie post-apocalyptic videogame Residential Evil. Since then, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson (not to be confused with Paul Thomas Anderson of “Boogie Nights” ... Continue Reading →

Western civilization – is this progress?

Guest Column The fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders will come out in 2013. It is the go-to manual for those working with individuals who have mental disorders. The committee in charge of the manual has eliminated ... Continue Reading →

‘The Apparition’ lacks scares, story

  Horror movies have a unique advantage over its peers in the cinematic market. To be successful, the films don’t need big stars, million-dollar budgets, a legendary director or an award-winning script; they simply need to be genuinely scary. While ... Continue Reading →
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