Arts & Entertainment / May 1, 2022 ‘365 Days’ returns; Massimo v. Nacho (scandalous!)

by Chloe Pieper–The sequel to 365 Days, 365 Days: This Day, was finally released April 27. Women all over have been anticipating this steamy romance movie drop for a year.  Polish movies are chaotic as they are steamy. The main male character, Massimo, is a mafia leader that kidnapped the woman, Laura, in the last movie....

Arts & Entertainment, Features / May 1, 2022 Living things inspire Folsom’s art

by Payton Miller–Senior Haylie Folsom presents her art showcase “The Lonely Planet” beginning April 25th through the 29th in the Eppley art gallery. A gallery inspired by living things that currently roam or at some point roamed the earth. Subjects that will be on display range from dinosaurs, to deer, and even some smaller animals...

Arts & Entertainment / April 24, 2022 Netflix’s Gacy documentary will give you chills

by Chloe Pieper–Netflix premiered a new limited series called “Conversations with a Killer: The John Wayne Gacy Tapes” on April 20. The show traces the life of John Wayne Gacy and what led him to commit some of the worst crimes.  Gacy was one of the most prolific serial killers and sex offenders in America....

Arts & Entertainment, Features / April 24, 2022 Places to go before you’re old

by Chloe Pieper–As college students, we may not prioritize traveling. People think it’s something to do when you’re older and have the money. However, when you hit your 50s, or later, traveling may not be a priority. That’s why it’s best to do it while you are young.  Although we are college students, there are...

Arts & Entertainment / April 17, 2022 Bridgerton Review

Jadyn Steffen-The Netflix Original Series Bridgerton recently released its second season on March 25th, 2022. The first season was such a success that season two had some really high expectations to meet, and it is safe to say that it did just that. This season starts off during another “Social” season, which refers to the...

Arts & Entertainment / March 31, 2022 Lex Wurth un-zips senior art show

by Payton Miller–Lex Wurth, a senior at Morningside University, presents her senior art showcase, Unzipped. “Unzipped focuses on Human Sexuality, Sexual Health, and Sex Education.” Wurth has said of the intentions of her showcase. The show consists of work Wurth has put together throughout half her junior and all of her senior year here at...

Arts & Entertainment / March 31, 2022 If you want dark and gritty, The Batman is for you

by Caleb Lubbers–If you are trying to watch an upbeat, fun, and action-packed superhero movie, I would not recommend The Batman. However, if you want to watch a dark, gritty crime drama with an intense third act that keeps you guessing for a majority of the run-time, I would recommend The Batman. Robert Pattinson plays...

Arts & Entertainment / March 29, 2022 Debating the slap (you know which one)

by Caleb Lubbers–This year’s Academy Award show was action-packed. Literally. It all unfolded after Chris Rock, a comedian presenting an Oscar, made a joke at the expense of Jada Pinkett Smith’s lack of hair. Immediately after this, her husband, actor Will Smith, climbed on stage and slapped Rock before returning to his seat. Following the...

Arts & Entertainment / March 13, 2022 ‘Uncharted’ jumps to the big screen

by Payton Miller–The long-awaited adventure that is Uncharted hit theaters on February 8th, and fans of the original video games have got a lot to say about the adaptation.  Tom Holland has taken a step away from the friendly neighborhood hero to play a treasure hunting pickpocket, a side of Holland that fans have never...

Arts & Entertainment / February 22, 2022 Sioux City’s Disney On Ice

Jadyn Steffen- Sioux City’s very own Tyson Event Center hosted Disney on Ice this past weekend for the first time in 10 years! This event took place from the 17th- 20th and each night audience members filled nearly every seat with so much excitement for the performance to come.  This year’s theme was Disney on...

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Living things inspire Folsom’s art
Arts & Entertainment, Features

Living things inspire Folsom’s art

by Payton Miller–Senior Haylie Folsom presents her art showcase “The Lonely Planet” beginning April 25th through the 29th in the Eppley art gallery. A gallery inspired by living things that currently roam or at some point roamed the earth. Subjects that will be on display range from dinosaurs, to deer, and even some smaller animals…

Places to go before you’re old
Arts & Entertainment, Features

Places to go before you’re old

by Chloe Pieper–As college students, we may not prioritize traveling. People think it’s something to do when you’re older and have the money. However, when you hit your 50s, or later, traveling may not be a priority. That’s why it’s best to do it while you are young.  Although we are college students, there are…

Bridgerton Review
Arts & Entertainment

Bridgerton Review

Jadyn Steffen-The Netflix Original Series Bridgerton recently released its second season on March 25th, 2022. The first season was such a success that season two had some really high expectations to meet, and it is safe to say that it did just that. This season starts off during another “Social” season, which refers to the…

Lex Wurth un-zips senior art show
Arts & Entertainment

Lex Wurth un-zips senior art show

by Payton Miller–Lex Wurth, a senior at Morningside University, presents her senior art showcase, Unzipped. “Unzipped focuses on Human Sexuality, Sexual Health, and Sex Education.” Wurth has said of the intentions of her showcase. The show consists of work Wurth has put together throughout half her junior and all of her senior year here at…

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