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Death to false nostalgia

September 4, 2017

Is technology ruining relationships? – Part II

By kate casler

March 27, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Lifestyle

To start off the relationship research, I figured I’ll stick with the most obvious way to meet people in college: class. I luckily have a recent example of this. One day before class the guy sitting next to me, let's call...

Ways to give the Star Wars saga its power

By Herb Scribner

March 7, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies

One laser blast and everyone was hooked. The captivating science fiction saga “Star Wars” has fascinated fans for years, all beginning in 1977 with the original “Star Wars” film, which was later renamed “A New Hope”...

3D features cannot save the ‘Phantom Menace’

By Kevin Romani

February 16, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies

History has not been kind to “Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace.” “The Phantom Menace” was one of the most anticipated films of all time when it was originally released in 1999. “Star Wars” and its seq...

George Lucas continues to tweak “Star Wars” saga

By Kevin Romani

September 6, 2011

Filed under Archives, Arts & Living Blogs, Blogs, Movies and Television

“Star Wars” fans rejoiced when Lucasfilm finally announced that the series will be released on Blu-ray on September 16th. The set includes all six films and is filled with over forty hours of special features, most notably deleted scenes from the o...

Intellectual property doesn’t bind the universe together

By Mark McDonough

April 26, 2011

Filed under Columns

Crunch time is upon us, and if only I meant cereal. We’re at that time where the average student would happily (tiredly) sell his soul to Beelzebub for an extra day to study. The wild student’s natural repose has always been (since the 1990s) in cyberspace -- there’s no escape l...