February’s Final Friday

Last month's Open Mic Night was pretty awesome. The show featured many talented acts, which made for a fun night. Student Government started off the night with some great dance moves to hype up the crowd. It's safe to say StuGov weren't the other people having fun. This month featured performances by violinist Jackson Mancuso, rappers Jessye … Continue reading February’s Final Friday

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Nina Turner: Black History Month Feature

February marks Black History Month. With the Beyoncés and Obamas of the world, we forget about the other amazing, intelligent, and courageous black movers and shakers in America. Nina Turner is one of those amazing people. Nina Turner recently ran for Ohio Secretary of State, but unfortunately lost. Prior to running for Ohio Secretary of State, … Continue reading Nina Turner: Black History Month Feature

Oscar Nominations 2015: Which Movies to See

The Academy Awards are less than a month away, and the nominations were recently released. For Best Picture, the following films are nominated: "Whiplash," "Theory of Everything," "The Imitation Game," "Birdman," "Selma," "American Sniper," "Grand Budapest Hotel," and "Boyhood." After viewing a number of them, I have many emotions and opinions regarding the films. I … Continue reading Oscar Nominations 2015: Which Movies to See

World Junior Championships 2015: Players to Watch

If you're a hockey fan, like myself, you were probably SUPER hyped between Dec 26 and Jan 5. If you're not a huge hockey fan, here's why the hockey world was crazy excited: on Dec 26, 2014, the World Junior Championships kicked off in Montreal and Toronto. For those unfamiliar with the World Junior Championships, … Continue reading World Junior Championships 2015: Players to Watch

Sony Pictures Hack: Was it North Korea?

On November 24th, 2014, the Guardians of Peace, otherwise known as the “#GOP,” hacked into Sony Pictures computer systems, stealing information, posting rants from Sony's various social network accounts, defacing their website, and disabling their computer systems. The stolen information has been posted across the internet. Part of the stolen content includes five films: four … Continue reading Sony Pictures Hack: Was it North Korea?