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Photo courtesy of Flickr Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and it can be stressful trying to figure out the perfect plans. Whether you’re spending the day alone, with friends or a significant other, why not sit down for a movie? And if you’re wanting to avoid crowded restaurants or just don’t feel like going out, …

Story by Delaney Dickey / Contributing Writer  This past weekend, the fantasy-thriller film “Winchester” debuted in theaters. Being a scary movie buff, I was particularly excited to see it; however, it proved to be just another mediocre horror film. The film is set in 1906 and is based on true events. It covers the eccentric Winchester …

Photo courtesy of IMDB When I think back to elementary school, I remember Black History Month revolving around Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and learning how bad slavery was. That’s it. Even throughout middle and high school, there wasn’t a ton of shared information on the topic. The school system taught me the basics about …

Photo courtesy of BGR While many football fans were busy biting their nails, screaming at the TV and rooting for their favorite team, there were plenty of others paying more attention to the highly anticipated commercials of the 2018 Super Bowl. However, this year was full of letdowns. Sure, some of the advertisements grabbed our attention …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer “Glee” actor Mark Salling was reported dead Tuesday from apparent suicide by several news outlets. He was 35. Salling was recently charged with possession of child pornography after authorities found over 50,000 images and 600 videos depicting child pornography on his personal devices. He …

Story by Sydney Wagner / Contributing Writer On its surface, the Oscar-nominated “Phantom Thread” is a film about beautiful people in beautiful clothes. What unfolds, however, is a thrilling story of the relationships that influence and shape these characters as they go out into the world each day. The film is set in 1950s London …