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Chat Roulette: an Online trip through Beards, R2d2 and Genitals

Imagine you’re a child playing with a ball in your driveway. A van drives up, and the driver asks you to walk around back and see what is in the trunk. You know your parents don’t want you to talk to strangers, but you approach…

Leather Boots and Blazers Round out Fresh Spring Fashion

Spring officially begins March 20, which means there is still time to collect some green and make your way to the fashion scene. Here are a few hot trends to add to your collection for the spring 2010 fashion craze.  For starters, search your closet…

Wilson’s “Fences” Paints a powerful Picture

In August Wilson’s Tony and Pulitzer award winning play, “Fences,” running at The Hartman Center this weekend, an African-American family deals with the effects racism can have on the relationships between one another.  The story unfolds with Troy and Bono, played by sophomores Kofi Jones…

My Mediocre life

Every day as I walk to class, I immediately turn my iPod on and start shuffling through my songs. Depending on my mood, I might skip over one or two, other times one hundred, until I can find the right beat for the walk.  I…

From the Couch: “The Marriage ReF”

The last few weeks of television have been relatively void of new programming, but with the Olympics ending, networks have to come back from their games-induced coma in hopes of revitalizing hypnotized viewers from the Olympic-funk. NBC gave its coveted post-closing ceremony spot to a…

Buzzkill: Alice In Wonderland edition

The newest iteration of “Alice In Wonderland” was made by a focus group that had to decide how to make a film that would perfectly not appeal to me. It’s based on a book I love. Wait, no it’s not. This version of “Alice in…

Scorcese stumbles with “Shutter Island”

Martin Scorsese’s “Shutter Island” plays like a lesser episode of “The Twilight Zone,” prolonged to a bloated running time that tests audience endurance for dusty cliches and obvious red herrings. The script follows U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) as he wades endlessly through alternate…

A Look Back at the Career of Martin Scorcese

While recent high-class directors such as M. Night Shyamalan and Micheal Bay have made a name for themselves by crafting masterpieces such as “The Sixth Sense” and “The Island,” they have also been behind some of the more recent critical flops such as “The Happening”…

Tyra Banks: From Model to Mental

Tyra Banks has won the world over with her limitless ambition and her inability to do anything constructive with it. This is the woman who once recorded a single with Kobe Bryant. This is the woman who appeared in “Halloween Resurrection.” This is the woman…

From the Couch: “The Sarah Silverman Program”

Quick, how do you feel about comedian Sarah Silverman? There are three responses to that question.  They are “Who?,” “I hate her” and “She’s awesome.”  These are the only acceptable answers and I can guarantee no one possibly feels differently. Sarah Silverman was previously the…

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