Arts & Entertainment / July 6, 2020 Disney’s Hamilton Did Not Throw Away its Shot

by Abby Koch – A recorded stage performance of Hamilton was released early to the Disney Plus streaming service on Friday. Hamilton is a delight from beginning to end and satisfies musical cravings anyone has currently.  The two hour and 40-minute performance on the life of founding father Alexander Hamilton was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda,...

Arts & Entertainment, Photo / April 28, 2020 Rae Clinkenbeard: ‘Things Have Changed’

by Rae Clinkenbeard–Much has been changing over the last month due to COVID-19, and the school year is quickly coming to an end in a way no one could have expected. I definitely did not see this being the end to my senior year. As part of my senior project for my Arts Administration major,...

Arts & Entertainment / April 26, 2020 ‘Outer Banks’ can be your Goonies fix

by Hailey Barrus–Do you remember being a kid and watching the Goonies gang set off on a crazy adventure for One-Eyed Willy and his bountiful treasure? For me I remember the rush I felt watching them escape from the bad guys, the countless booby traps, and of course the treasure that would end up saving...

Arts & Entertainment / April 18, 2020 ‘Bright Places’ not so bright

by Mari Pizzini– Movie adaptations of books have been all the rage, but it’s common knowledge that many of these adaptations just don’t cut it. However, the idea that “the book was better” has yet to stop books being made into movies. Netflix’s All the Bright Places is a 2020 movie adapted from Jennifer Niven’s...

Arts & Entertainment / April 18, 2020 ‘Feel Good’ makes you think

by Mari Pizzini– With COVID-19 seeming to have sapped up a lot of joy and excitement, I decided I wanted to watch some feel-good television. Ironically, I settled on the Netflix original show “Feel Good.” “Feel Good” centers around the life of Canadian comedian Mae Martin and George, who becomes her girlfriend. Within the first...

Arts & Entertainment / April 7, 2020 ‘Tiger King’ a hilarious success

by Hailey Barrus– While the entire country waits patiently to open back up, what better way to enjoy quarantine than a bigger than life docuseries that has murder, rednecks, and a bunch of tigers. Netflix recently released a new series called “Tiger King” about Oklahoma reality star, Joe Exotic, AKA the Tiger King, and the...

Arts & Entertainment / April 7, 2020 Crikey! This is something special

by Hailey Barrus–If you are bored stuck indoors (and who isn’t) look no further because the famous animal loving family of the late Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, is back on Animal Planet for season two of “Crikey! It’s the Irwins.” This Australian family includes Steve’s two children Bindi and Robert, and his wife Terri, who...

Arts & Entertainment / March 31, 2020 ‘Lovely War’ is a good read

by Mari Pizzini– Spring Break, Corona-cation, or whatever you want to call the last few weeks has been pretty scary, but also pretty boring. However, as an English major I’ve found this time to be pretty darn good for catching up on some “summer” reads. Julie Berry’s Lovely War has all the components I am...

Arts & Entertainment / March 26, 2020 Netflix: ‘Altered Carbon’ Season Two Doesn’t Stack Up

by Abby Koch– The world of Altered Carbon has returned for a second season on Netflix, two years after the first with a mix of old and new faces. Despite the moral questions and edge-of-your-seat story the first season brought, the second season is a complete dud and fails to evolve the Altered Carbon universe....

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Not-So-Super Commercials

By Andrew Schnebel–A record 111.5 million people tuned in to Sundays 48th Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Some of those viewers were tuning in for something other than the game, however. Those viewers tuned in for one thing and one thing only: the commercials. This is always the most anticipated…

Hypnotist opens MAC’s LMFAO Week
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Hypnotist opens MAC’s LMFAO Week

Photos by Amber Burg — Echoes of laughter could be heard coming from Eppley Friday night. The reason, Hypnotist Chris Jones. The night was filled with dancing, acting like dinosaurs and many hilarious moments. The event was sponsored by MAC for LMFAO Week. They have brought Chris Jones to Morningside Campus before.

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Saxophonist, Bassist Highlight Jazz Fest

Saxophonist Craig Treinen, who has played with John Denver and The Temptations, and bassist Jerry DeVore, who has played with Wynton Marsalis and Gladys Knight, will perform during the Morningside College Jazz Festival, Feb. 6-8 at Eppley Auditorium at Morningside College. In the 1990s, Treinen performed in the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command Band,…

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Grammy’s Recap

By Natalie Waller–The 56th Grammy Awards premiered on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.  LL Cool J was the host for the evening. Beyonce opened the show with a racy performance; along side with her husband Jay Z they performed “Drunk In Love”. Daft Punk were one of the top…

Sophomores featured in Morningside Gallery
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Sophomores featured in Morningside Gallery

By Amber Burg–Amble on down to Eppley to see the new Morningside Gallery art show of Sophomore Reviews. The Morningside Art Gallery presents art of all media created by sophomores for their reviews. Two groups of seven sophomore’s artwork are being featured in the art gallery this month. The first show started January 13 and ran…

Bundle up for Disney’s Frozen
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Bundle up for Disney’s Frozen

By Amber Burg–Join Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf at the movie theatre for their frozen adventure to save the kingdom from a snowy cold. Disney’s most recent animated film Frozen has been freeszing out the competition for over a month. The main characters, Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and her sister Elsa (voice of Idina…

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