Arts & Entertainment, Features / May 7, 2021 Some sites for your summer amusement

by Hailey Barrus–As the semester dwindles away, and students head in to take their final exams, summer inches closer and closer.  If you’re a Morningside student looking to stay around Sioux City this summer there are a few key locations that you may want to check out.  “During the warmer months I feel like I...

Arts & Entertainment / May 7, 2021 ‘Solar Opposites’ wins with ‘Rick & Morty’-style humor

by Hailey Barrus–Solar Opposites, a Hulu original, has captured the attention of Adult Swim lovers. The show revolves around an alien family that landed on earth after their planet exploded, and are now having to get accustomed to their new life.  The show is produced by the same writers and voice actors as adult swim...

Arts & Entertainment, Features / April 26, 2021 OC Tulip Festival returns after COVID cancellation

by Chloe Krommendyk–Each year during the month of May, Orange City, Iowa, welcomes thousands of visitors from all over the world to the annual Tulip Festival, where they celebrate their Dutch Heritage. Tulip Festival is a three–day event that focuses on old Dutch customs and traditions. This year, Tulip Festival falls on May 13, 14,...

Arts & Entertainment / April 26, 2021 Final Mac Events of the Year

by Ashley Duncan–Morningside Activities Council, or MAC as most students know it, offers students a break from the constant onslaught of homework. MAC holds fun activities that range from bingo to street signs to even movie nights for students to have a moment and relax.  Not too long-ago MAC held officer elections, resulting in a...

Arts & Entertainment / April 23, 2021 It’s finally time for the Oscars, if anyone cares

by Emily Rotthaler–Rattled by a pandemic, losing viewers, and faced with the task of making the Oscars more diverse, the Academy Awards are going into their 93rd round this Sunday. Originally, this year’s Oscars were supposed to take place on February 28 but in an attempt to curb some of the impacts of COVID-19 on the...

Arts & Entertainment / April 11, 2021 The Snap: ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Gives a Sucker Punch

by Abby Koch-The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has its best and longest episode yet with the fourth episode, “The Whole World is Watching.” This installment is engaging with the complex ideals of who and what makes a hero or a villain. The influence that Captain America hangs over each of these characters like a...

Arts & Entertainment / April 3, 2021 The Snap: ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Is Flipping the Switch

by Abby Koch-The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has reached the halfway point of its run, with the third episode called “Power Broker.” The narrative finally feels like there is slight progress being made and is very entertaining. Despite being the episode that flips the switch with the story, the show is still setting up...

Arts & Entertainment / April 1, 2021 A Trip Through the Marvel Universe

by Ashley Duncan-Space. Violence. Friendships. Enemies and infinity stones. I decided it would be a good idea to try and watch all the Marvel movies in timeline order. However, there are roughly 20 of the Marvel movies on Disney plus and I have only made it half way through. Even though I only made half...

Arts & Entertainment / March 27, 2021 The Snap: ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Has Secrets Unravel and Couples Therapy In Episode Two

by Abby Koch-The Falcon and The Winter Soldier second episode, ‘The Star-Spangled Man’, cranks up the tension with the unknown intentions of new characters and the dynamic between the main duo. The second episode makes clear some of the issues that the heroes will have to tackle and flexes its humor. ‘The Star-Spangled Man’ is...

Arts & Entertainment / March 20, 2021 The Snap: ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ Has a Solid Beginning

by Abby Koch-After quite an experimental run with “WandaVision,” Marvel debuted their next series with “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.” This second Disney Plus series isn’t subtle about the fact that it has a familiar Marvel formula that viewers have grown accustomed to. Despite returning to this narrative format, it is solid in laying...

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Some sites for your summer amusement

by Hailey Barrus–As the semester dwindles away, and students head in to take their final exams, summer inches closer and closer.  If you’re a Morningside student looking to stay around Sioux City this summer there are a few key locations that you may want to check out.  “During the warmer months I feel like I…

Final Mac Events of the Year
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Final Mac Events of the Year

by Ashley Duncan–Morningside Activities Council, or MAC as most students know it, offers students a break from the constant onslaught of homework. MAC holds fun activities that range from bingo to street signs to even movie nights for students to have a moment and relax.  Not too long-ago MAC held officer elections, resulting in a…

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