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Paralytic Stalks

Paralytic Stalks

Of Montreal’s latest album Paralytic Stalks is like a one stop psychedelic candy shop. The album opens up with paranormal noises that immediately catch your attention and draw you in.…

Underworld doesn’t awaken

Underworld doesn’t awaken

It’s never usually a good sign when you can’t convince anyone to go see a movie with you. Of course, the Underworld franchise caters to a rather select group of…

Welsh pop band evolves with their latest album

Welsh pop band evolves with their latest album

Welsh popsters Los Campesinos! have made a name for themselves over the past few years by turning misery into party music for the emotionally disturbed. Marrying highly literate lyrics about…

A semester in review

As the semester comes to an end and the Courier publishes its last issue until Spring, the Courier staff reviews some of the music, movies and games they loved (or…

Modern Warfare catches and holds players’ attention

Modern Warfare catches and holds players’ attention

This last Tuesday marked the much anticipated release date of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, one of the hottest titles set to be released this year.  This game is…

Novel has both bark and bite

Novel has both bark and bite

Tamora Pierce’s Mastiff is book three of The Legend of Beka Cooper series. Beka Cooper, the main character of the novels, connects to Tamora Pierce’s other popular novels in many…

The Mark of the Editor: Being an account of a very good book

The Mark of the Editor: Being an account of a very good book

The notorious Jacky Faber is back again, and this time she’s in the South China sea. In keeping with a delightful tradition that I very much enjoy, the title reads…

Virtual golf changes industry

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the United States had a 9.1% unemployment rate for the month of September. No matter what the occupation, people all across the…