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Art, Film & Television

Movie Meet-Cute: Boyhood (2014)

Movie Meet-Cute: Boyhood (2014)

By Marcie Waters, Arts Columnist Boyhood (2014), which screened at Union South this past weekend, was written and directed by Richard Linklater. It stars newcomers Ellar Coltrane as the protagonist, Mason, and Lorelei Linklater as his sister. Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke costar as their divorced parents. The film follows […]

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Art, Fine Arts

Makeup Masterpiece: Be a Work of (Pop) Art for Halloween

Makeup Masterpiece: Be a Work of (Pop) Art for Halloween

By Karina De-Bourne, Contributing Writer Halloween is almost here, and being a Brit in America, I am only just realizing how much of a big deal the holiday is over here! This means that my costume this year needs to look good, and unique. Pop Art-inspired makeup looks for Halloween have […]

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Health, Lifestyle

Say “Teas!”: A Comprehensive Guide to Tea

Say “Teas!”: A Comprehensive Guide to Tea

by Allie Jeka, Lifestyle Writer With the approaching onslaught of cold weather, it’s time to make hot drinks your new sidekick. Drinking tea can warm you, wake you and ward off any potential sickness.   Ginseng Drinking ginseng tea can reduce cramps, improve concentration and even reduce your risk of […]

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Life, Men's, Relationships

Friends Before Benifits

Friends Before Benifits

by Kelsey Wilkerson, Contributing Writer Editor’s Note: There’s this false notion that men supposedly dread the “friendzone”; that we want instant sexual gratification more than a meaningful friendship; we’re women hounds, apparently. But as someone with longstanding friendships with multiple women and someone who has been in a couple monogamous […]

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Health, Lifestyle

It’s Crock-Pot Season

It’s Crock-Pot Season

by Courtney Pelot, Lifestyle Writer  As busy college students, we constantly struggle with not having enough hours in the day. Cooking healthy, wholesome meals everyday of the week can be a time-consuming hassle. One way to alleviate this problem is by meal prepping. At the beginning of the week, take […]

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Art, Film & Television

Screen Style: Annie Hall

Screen Style: Annie Hall

By Emily Hegland, Arts Columnist screen style: annie hall by elmytree featuring a black wayfarer Diane Keaton plays the original manic pixie dream girl in the 1970’s indie film, Annie Hall, penned unfortunately by beloved filmmaker/accused child molester Woody Allen. Woody Allen aside, the title character’s menswear inspired style remains […]

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Art, Film & Television

Here’s Looking at You, Badgers: Mean Streets (1973)

Here’s Looking at You, Badgers: Mean Streets (1973)

By Emma Fisher, Arts Columnist Although the first movie directed by Martin Scorsese in which he had complete creative control, Mean Streets is no amateur film. Scorsese comes (literally) out of the gate with a bang as he chronicles the story of Charlie, a young loan shark immersed in the crime […]

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DIY, Lifestyle

Lazy Girl’s Guide to: Halloween Costumes from your Closet

Lazy Girl’s Guide to: Halloween Costumes from your Closet

by Adrianne Pintar, Contributing Writer Halloween is my favorite holiday for two reasons. First of all, there are no awkward family gatherings involved. Second, it’s free. At least, it can be. While there are awesome costumes out there to buy, they are usually pretty expensive. Making your own is fun, […]

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Art, Fine Arts

The White Wall: the Indian Hunter Boy by Randolph Rogers

The White Wall: the Indian Hunter Boy by Randolph Rogers

By Jen Quilty, Arts Writer The Indian Hunter Boy (1866-1867), by Randolph Rogers, sits on a tall pedestal on the second floor of the Elvehjem building in the Chazen Museum of Art. This is an absolute favorite piece of mine. It is in the tradition of figuration and representation with […]

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Fashion, Stylistics

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Stylistics: Sweater Weather

by Savannah Bigelow, Contributing Writer October—the time when leaves are falling, when coffee is no longer “iced” and, best of all, when sweaters come out of storage. Ushering in brisk, 50-degree weather, October both welcomes and demands layers and knits.  With a plethora of options to choose from, dressing for […]

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