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Modesty: Forced or voluntary? 

Modesty: Forced or voluntary? 

By Aaron Elliott, Staff Reporter November 20, 2022

In the little hours of freedom from the obstacles of the world, I like to doom scroll on TikTok for hours, rotting my brain into mushy mashed potatoes. I truly hate the app, but for some reason I cannot...

“TÁR” is one of the most powerful films of the last decade

“TÁR” is one of the most powerful films of the last decade

By Zaden Dennis, Staff Reporter November 19, 2022

Usually a few times a year, a film will come out that takes everyone by surprise, launching to the tops of various year-end lists, with little marketing hype or fanfare to predispose an audience.  “TÁR”...

Maximalism vs. minimalism

Maximalism vs. minimalism

By Aaron Elliott, Staff Reporter November 14, 2022

Lately, while sitting and admiring my own rather over-decorated living room, I can't help but take my eye away from the wall. There is this empty wall that haunts me at night, as I am rather stumped on...

What to look forward to in film for the 2022 holiday season

What to look forward to in film for the 2022 holiday season

By Zaden Dennis November 13, 2022

The November/December season is always an exciting time to be a filmgoer. While some of the biggest blockbusters are often scheduled during these months, it’s also the prime season for films going for...

Letter to the Editor: Campus and Conservatives

Letter to the Editor: Campus and Conservatives

November 12, 2022

To begin, I would like to thank the DE and their reporter, Daniel Bethers, for taking the time to focus on campus political involvement in the lead up to the midterms in last week’s front-page article,...

“Black Adam” is a regressive superhero misfire 

“Black Adam” is a regressive superhero misfire 

By Zaden Dennis, Staff Reporter November 5, 2022

In the last decade, Dwayne Johnson has quickly become one of the most bankable actors in Hollywood. Whether it be in the “Fast & Furious” franchise, the “Jumanji” films or star vehicles such...

IT came to the museum rocks Faner

IT came to the museum rocks Faner

By Breanna Gallagher, Staff Reporter November 3, 2022

Bands, costumes, fortune tellers and great energy filled the Faner rooftop on Oct. 21 at the “IT came to the museum” concert. It was a few hours of music, meeting people, getting tarot readings and...

Are you not cold? 

Are you not cold? 

By Aaron Elliott, Staff Reporter November 3, 2022

“I think that I'll just be a witch… again,” I rattled off for the millionth time this year, while having a conversation with a friend. Being asked what I am going to be for Halloween is a question...

Entertainment Column: “Halloween Ends” slashes all preconceptions and becomes one of the series’ best

Entertainment Column: “Halloween Ends” slashes all preconceptions and becomes one of the series’ best

By Zaden Dennis, Staff Reporter October 31, 2022

There are very few franchises that have maintained their grip on pop culture like “Halloween” has. Since the original film terrified audiences in 1978, the series has seen 12 sequels, been passed through...

Entertainment Column: “Hocus Pocus 2” is a fun, yet generic trip down memory lane

Entertainment Column: “Hocus Pocus 2” is a fun, yet generic trip down memory lane

By Zaden Dennis, Staff Reporter October 30, 2022

In 1993, the film “Hocus Pocus” was released in theaters to little fanfare. The film received mixed reviews and underperformed at the box office, being largely considered a flop. It wasn’t until...

Culture Column: Ugg boots are not ugly anymore

Culture Column: Ugg boots are not ugly anymore

By Aaron Elliott, Staff Reporter October 29, 2022

Do you ever see something that ignites a snapshot memory in you, and suddenly, for days, all you can think about is that specific picture that only exists in your head? The way my brain works is that I...

Culture Column: Bobbing my hair; The ultimate dont mess with me move

Culture Column: Bobbing my hair; The ultimate don’t mess with me move

By Aaron Elliott , Staff Reporter October 24, 2022

Three years ago, after growing my hair out for what felt like ages, taking care and maintaining it as if it were my child, I decided to lop off my midlength hair. It was my junior year of highschool, and...

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