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The Gold Web brings glam to North Coast

The Gold Web brings glam to North Coast

By Frank EnYart Arts & Culture Reporter

August 28, 2015

Fresh off of its win at the “Toast of the Coast” competition on July 27, genre-bending band The Gold Web is set to perform its blend of glam rock and psychedelic sounds at Chicago’s annual North Co...

‘Misery Loves Comedy’ in new documentary

‘Misery Loves Comedy’ in new documentary

May 4, 2015

In light of the Robin Williams tragedy, there has been a lot of discussion surrounding the nature of comedians and depression. Williams was the country’s collective class clown and possibly its most ...

Pacino sells out ‘Danny Collins’ to fans his own age

Pacino sells out ‘Danny Collins’ to fans his own age

March 30, 2015

“Danny Collins”—a movie about an aging rock star—has a running joke that the film’s lead character and target audience belong to the same age demographic.The ‘60s brought a wave of films cat...

SFS aims to educate students on finances

SFS aims to educate students on finances

March 9, 2015

With new leadership, students may see some changes to the Office of Student Financial Services in the near future.Since starting at the college on Feb. 2, Cynthia Grunden, assistant vice president of S...

Fifty Shades of Nay

Fifty Shades of Nay

February 23, 2015

Forget everything you have heard about this film—the cheers, jeers, fanfare and anticipation. If you take away the whips and chains, “Fifty Shades of Grey” is just like any other romance movie. Th...

‘Black or White’ leaves no room for gray area

‘Black or White’ leaves no room for gray area

February 16, 2015

In America, conversations about race often take place in a world of gray. The film “Black or White,” a new family drama written and directed by Mike Binder, does not take place in this world, thou...

Combat Society steps up to battle

Combat Society steps up to battle

February 9, 2015

Columbia’s Galahad Medieval Combat Society is bringing a new sport to the college that many students may be unfamiliar with—the medieval game known as Belegarth. Caleigh Fleming, president of Galahad and c...

‘Cake’ baked with fake sugar

‘Cake’ baked with fake sugar

January 30, 2015

When Claire Bennett, played by Jennifer Aniston, says “I don’t believe in ghosts,” it is clear she is talking about the own ghosts of her past. Though Bennett knows her ghosts are real— her own ...

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