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Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor Story by Delaney Dickey / Contributing Writer With the end of the semester right around the corner, the list of responsibilities is spiraling out of control. All at once you’re expected to write multiple essays, roundup classmates to finish group projects and constantly study for final exams, and …

Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer What “A Quiet Place” lacks in dialogue, it makes up for in just about everything else. In the film Lee Abbott, acted and directed by John Krasinski, and his family must survive against a mysterious monster who tracks prey through sound. The monsters are completely blind, but their …

Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer Simple. Fun. Destructive. These are the words I would use to describe “Pacific Rim: Uprising.” What the movie lacks in a cognitive story or compelling characters, it makes up for in the Jaeger robots beating up on the Kaiju monsters. It’s a fun movie to see, because it allows …

Photo courtesy of IMDB Story by Nick Lester / Contributing Writer  They say that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.  If that’s true, Lara Croft should be able to bench-press a mountain by now. The new “Tomb Raider” movie, starring Swedish actress Alicia Vikander as the titular character Lara Croft, is trying to break …

Photo courtesy of IMDB Story by Nick Lester / Contributing Writer “A Wrinkle in Time” was released in theaters on March 9. If you went to into the premiere completely blind and hadn’t seen any  trailers for the movie, you might have had a hard time believing that the same studio responsible for the live-action …

Photo courtesy of Oscars.com The Academy Awards ceremony  — an overblown and overly celebrated private industry awards night — was held for the 90th year on Sunday evening, and the ceremony included all the awkward comedy, forced political messages and sporadic moments of inspiration that the night is known for. Read below for some of the …