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Brand New’s brand new single and more

Brand New’s brand new single and more

By Jaci Wendel A&E Editor Remember the emo punk band that you used to obsess over in high school? You scoured YouTube to find new songs, and you were inevitably…

We The Kings To Perform at Spring Fling

We The Kings To Perform at Spring Fling

By William Edwards Sports and Features Editor We The Kings will headline April 24’s Spring Fling, as announced tonight at DSU Live’s official reveal party. The Bradenton, Fla. based band has won…

Studying (and Dancing) Abroad: TV/Film Students Enter Screendance Festival from Rome

Studying (and Dancing) Abroad: TV/Film Students Enter Screendance Festival from Rome

By Adam Zielonka TV/film and dance majors spent the a weekend making films for the annual DeSales Screendance Festival. But while most teams were stuck in the Lehigh Valley, one…

“Mulaney” Has the Right Parts, But No Time

“Mulaney” Has the Right Parts, But No Time

By Adam Zielonka A successful comedian debuts his self-titled multi-camera sitcom, in which he stars as a fictionalized version of himself. He’s trying to make it as a stand-up in…

Meet the Dog Pound Steppers, 9/18

The Dog Pound Steppers are hosting a Meet and Greet, Thursday, September 18th from 7-8 p.m. in the McShea Commons. Come meet the team and hear about how the club…

Today’s “Mandatory Fun” Assignment: A Crash Course in Weird Al

Today’s “Mandatory Fun” Assignment: A Crash Course in Weird Al

By Adam Zielonka In the YouTube age, everyone has some delusions of being a comedian, but few are actually funny. Parody, specifically, has become hugely popular thanks in part to…

From the Page to the Screen

From the Page to the Screen

Hollywood has been getting their hands on more books and turning them into movies. Is this a good trend? By Margaret E. Ayala Over the past few years, the trend…

A Student’s Guide to the 2013 Oscars

A Student’s Guide to the 2013 Oscars

By Eric Minzola Every year, it’s the same song and dance. Oscar season comes around, seven or eight movies are nominated for best picture; Hollywood’s brightest stars vie for the…

Movie Review: “Broken City”

Movie Review: “Broken City”

By Josh Martin Broken City takes us into modern New York City, where we are introduced to ex-police officer Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg), seven years after a narrow elusion of…

Dressed in a Number One National Bestseller

Dressed in a Number One National Bestseller

Kimberly Martel “When the sun came up I would bury my dead and fill the empty bucket with hydrangeas, a bit of life and color, so perfect for the table.…

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