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The Laramie Project Ten Years Later: An Epilogue

On Oct. 7, 1998, Matthew Shepard was found beaten and tied to a fence in Laramie, Wyo. He was taken to the hospital and died shortly after on Oct. 12,…

‘Chronicle,’ a super powered flop

If you’re in the mood for a straightforward superhero movie filled with damsels in distress, pompous super villains and dashing, polite protagonists, then “Chronicle” probably is not the movie for…

Gibson’s latest dazzles readers with intelligent fiction

Readers familiar with William Gibson’s fiction will recognize and admire the eloquent lyricism, as well as the seemingly effortless precision, of the nonfiction pieces collected in “Distrust That Particular Flavor.”…

Ritter blends best aspects of talent for traditional folk

On “Bringing in the Darlings,” released Feb. 21, Josh Ritter takes a step back, returning to the simple folk sounds of his early recordings. On his last two albums, Ritter…

SAY IT LOUD

SAY IT LOUD

The co-creators speak out about the event meant to bring the student body together. An email sent out earlier this month to students raised some eyebrows and opened the door…

McMullen Lecturer delivers a Parasite Valentine

McMullen Lecturer delivers a Parasite Valentine

Students and faculty with an interest in biology spent Valentine’s Day discussing parasites. The discussion was held at Dahl Chapel at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 14, to listen to…

By popular demand

By popular demand

Musical duo Augustine returns for encore performance Missed flights, white teeth, and cop cars all tried to hold Augustine back from their much anticipated return to Monmouth College Thursday, Feb.…

The Woman in Black: Hardly Horrifying at all

The Woman in Black: Hardly Horrifying at all

If you’re used to viewing the Daniel Radcliffe who is often helped out by the various sociable ghosts of Hogwarts, The Woman in Black may not be the movie for…