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Nintendo Fans Anticipate “The Switch”

Nintendo Fans Anticipate “The Switch”

(02.24.2017) By Liv Minshall -- With one week until the release of Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch, the anticipation of gamers everywhere is practically palpable. Previously known by its working title, the NX, the Switch is Nintendo’s latest attempt to conquer both the handheld and [...]

Lego Batman a Breath of Fresh Air for DC’s Dourest Crusader

Lego Batman a Breath of Fresh Air for DC’s Dourest Crusader

(02.19.2017) By Jared Martin -- Lego Batman sticks the landing as a sequel every bit as fresh and exciting as its predecessor, The Lego Movie, with almost everything that made it great carrying over into a heartfelt, wickedly funny, gloriously animated, and above all else fun sequel. This [...]

2017 Annual Morningside College Jazz Festival a Success

2017 Annual Morningside College Jazz Festival a Success

(02.14.2017) By Tabatha Storesund -- The 45th annual Morningside College Jazz Festival was held February 1st through the 3rd in Eppley Auditorium, including over 38 bands from Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and South Dakota. Professor Tony Hutchins is the man behind all preparation for the [...]

Eisley Album Review: An Anticipated New Release

Eisley Album Review: An Anticipated New Release

(02.02.2017) By Liv Minshall --  Fans of indie-rock can prepare themselves. Eisley is releasing its fifth full-length album, “I’m Only Dreaming.” When it comes to the indie-rock scene, Eisley has long been in the spotlight.  The Tyler, Texas-based band consists of the DuPree family, and [...]

Students Compete and Learn at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

(02.02.2017) By Jared Martin -- Eight Morningside College students attended the 49th annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) this past week, attending workshops and participating in acting competitions. The students, mostly from the theater department spent the week in [...]

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