Arts & Entertainment / January 23, 2020 Netflix: What’s up with ‘You’?

by Mari Pizzini– What’s been up with you, recently? More specifically, what’s been up with You, the Netflix-original show starring Penn Badgely as a serial killer. Or a romantic-gone-wrong. Or a criminal who just needs a little help. No matter how you see Badgley’s character Will Bettlehiem, aka Joe Goldberg, it’s certain that he’s going...

Arts & Entertainment / January 21, 2020 Netflix: ‘The Circle’ makes a point

by Mari Pizzini–The start of 2020 brought many new shows and movies to Netflix, including their own original reality series The Circle. With four episodes being released each Wednesday, this show had me on the edge of my seat.  I’ve never really been one to be interested in the genre of reality television. I recently watched my...

Arts & Entertainment, News / January 3, 2020 Photo Club is bringing opportunities for students

by Tracie Tuttle--Morningside’s Photo Club is looking to bring more opportunities to students in the coming semester.

Arts & Entertainment / January 1, 2020 Star Wars: Rise of a Mess

by Abby Koch--Director J.J. Abrams returned to the Star Wars franchise to conclude the recent trilogy with Rise of Skywalker. The final chapter of the trilogy and of the Skywalker saga begs to be liked but ultimately feels odd and an unfulfilling conclusion.

Arts & Entertainment / December 27, 2019 Shrill is a journey of finding self-confidence

by Tracie Tuttle--The first season of Shrill takes the viewer on a journey of a young woman finding her self-confidence.

Arts & Entertainment / December 26, 2019 Schitt’s Creek is the best show you’re missing

by Kiki Bennett--Schitt's Creek was created by the comedic genius of Eugene Levy and his son, Daniel Levy. The show follows the Rose family, whose riches turn to rags. The family is forced to move to Schitt’s Creek, one of their last remaining assets, which was bought as a joke. The family moves to Schitt’s Creek and quickly finds that the town inhabitants are much more boorish than the posh and privileged that they are used to.

Arts & Entertainment, News / December 20, 2019 Sioux City Art Center opens two new exhibits

by Tracie Tuttle--Two new art exhibits recently opened up at the Sioux City Art Center.

Arts & Entertainment / December 17, 2019 Dollface tried to be relatable

by Tracie Tuttle--Dollface, a Hulu Original, definitely tried to be relatable.

Arts & Entertainment, Photo / December 16, 2019 Paint the alley: downtown Sioux City murals

by Tracie Tuttle--Murals in downtown Sioux City are helping bring the alley ways between 4th, 5th, Pierce and Nebraska Street to life.

Arts & Entertainment, Photo / December 15, 2019 Siouxland community celebrates Art SUX Gallery opening

by Tracie Tuttle--Artists at the new Art SUX Gallery recently celebrated their grand opening on December 13th.

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Netflix: What’s up with ‘You’?
Arts & Entertainment

Netflix: What’s up with ‘You’?

by Mari Pizzini– What’s been up with you, recently? More specifically, what’s been up with You, the Netflix-original show starring Penn Badgely as a serial killer. Or a romantic-gone-wrong. Or a criminal who just needs a little help. No matter how you see Badgley’s character Will Bettlehiem, aka Joe Goldberg, it’s certain that he’s going…

Netflix: ‘The Circle’ makes a point
Arts & Entertainment

Netflix: ‘The Circle’ makes a point

by Mari Pizzini–The start of 2020 brought many new shows and movies to Netflix, including their own original reality series The Circle. With four episodes being released each Wednesday, this show had me on the edge of my seat.  I’ve never really been one to be interested in the genre of reality television. I recently watched my…

Star Wars: Rise of a Mess
Arts & Entertainment

Star Wars: Rise of a Mess

by Abby Koch–Director J.J. Abrams returned to the Star Wars franchise to conclude the recent trilogy with Rise of Skywalker. The final chapter of the trilogy and of the Skywalker saga begs to be liked but ultimately feels odd and an unfulfilling conclusion.

Schitt’s Creek is the best show you’re missing
Arts & Entertainment

Schitt’s Creek is the best show you’re missing

by Kiki Bennett–Schitt’s Creek was created by the comedic genius of Eugene Levy and his son, Daniel Levy. The show follows the Rose family, whose riches turn to rags. The family is forced to move to Schitt’s Creek, one of their last remaining assets, which was bought as a joke. The family moves to Schitt’s Creek and quickly finds that the town inhabitants are much more boorish than the posh and privileged that they are used to.

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