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The Warriors

Warriors…come out and pllayyyy… The Warriors is a gritty movie from the late 70’s which has a unique style that has never been replicated. The movie is about is a gang from Cooney Island who are wrongly accused of killing the leader of the biggest gang in New York. So, stuck deep ...

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#Peaylection2016: SGA encourages voter awareness

Just under two months from now, the nation will vote to see which direction it will go for the next four years. That is why many organizations have made it a priority to educate students on the voting process. On Thursday, Sept. 15, SGA and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity ...

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Spotlight

I remember when this case broke, but not many of the details because I was rather young. I just remember that the Catholic church lost the trust of everybody. So it is rather fitting this film is called Spotlight, because it educated them on what actually happened. This film is ...

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Sigma Gamma Rho hosts annual Stroll-Off

It was a hot and muggy Wednesday night on APSU’s University Center Plaza, but that did not stop the Greek community from descending upon it, as the National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted the annual Stroll-Off competition that night. Multiple NPHC fraternities and sororities participated in the event, including Omega Psi Phi ...

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Burke & Hare

So I was in between binge-o-ramas on Netflix, looking for something different when I saw the black comedy section. Now, since I love dark comedy, I went for spin down the list. That is when I saw a Simon Pegg movie from 2010 I’d never heard of called Burke & ...

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No Country for Old Men

Over 30 some odd years of filmmaking Joel and Ethan Coen have become the kings of dark comedy. After a stretch of films that did not set the world on fire in the early aughts the duo entered much darker territory with 2007’s “No Country for Old Men.” The centerpiece ...

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