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The Killers: Battle Born

The Killers: Battle Born

Las Vegas alternative-pop outfit, The Killers, hit shelves with a brand new album last Monday, rather assertively named Battle Born. Sharing the slogan of the Nevada state flag in addition…

Fall out of Mc…and into your profession

Monmouth College will present four alumni awards and will also induct four alumni to the Hall of Fame at this year’s homecoming. David Shawyer class of 1970 is to receive…

Prototype 2 tastes like revenge

Although confusing, the intricate plotline in the newly released Prototype 2 makes the game worth playing.  Prototype 2 begins years after Alex Mercer saved the New York of Prototype, and…

Orange you sad we broke up?

Orange you sad we broke up?

Some albums surprise you. When I first decided to give Sea of Bee’s “Orangefarben” a listen, I didn’t expect much. Honestly, I wasn’t even sure I’d make it all the…

White’s solo album blunders

White’s solo album blunders

It’s rather difficult to put your finger on Jack White’s newest album, “Blunderbuss.”  The former guitarist and lead vocalist of the White Stripes and Raconteurs member makes his debut solo…

‘Hunger Games’ satisfy cravings

With each book series adapted into a successful movie series comes an increasing pressure to match, if not exceed, all expectations when turning page into film. Judging by the various…

‘Jump Street’ thrills

If you are in the mood for a very serious, dark comedy about the twisted turns of adolescent angst and pre-adult desires for attention, social acceptance and conventional romance, this…

‘Ghost Rider’ burns out

‘Ghost Rider’ burns out

Revenge is normally a dish best served cold, but in this movie vengeance is a dish best served burning hot.  From the collective genius of co-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian…