Archives for December 2011

In Theaters: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Her performance as Lisbeth Salander, ultra-intense goth computer hacker extraordinaire, is simply electrifying!

In Theaters: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

So here we are at the inevitable sequel, with all of the same actors, and a few new ones. This time out we find Sherlock at a bit of a loss as he discovers that Watson plans on getting married. He needs his sleuthing partner, whatever will he do?

Happy holidays

Student Publications will resume updating the week of Jan. 9, 2012

Oscar Watch! Midnight in Paris returns to theaters

By Tommy Bond, Film Critic Have you ever had an experience that was just so wonderful, something that just hit all of the right notes, something that made you appreciate all of the things around you?  It’s those moments where everything feels right, and everything is cast in that warm orange glow, and when you’re […]

Oscar Watch! The Ides of March returns to theaters

In the cruel game to get elected, anything goes as long as you can keep it quiet, and if you slow down, no one will stop to pick you up.

Soccer teams finish season

The women’s soccer team demolished the regional competition during their 2011 conference season.

Porn star criticized for conducting story time

Recently, Sasha Grey visited an elementary school to read during story time for first graders.

Officials renovate building, promote program

The university is renovating a building that will be donated to the School of Adult and Continuing Education.

Student Publications names new top editors

Student Publications has named students to its two top editor posts.

Obama administration says no to Plan B for teens

Plan B One-Step won’t be made available over the counter to teens under 17, despite a recommendation from the Food and Drug Administration.

Columnist recommends saving for rainy day

In the current economic recession, I have learned to be very careful spending and saving money.

Student Publications honored with design awards

The Campus newspaper and its web partner,, recently were honored in the Best of Collegiate Design 2011 contest.

In Theaters: Hugo

Hugo might just be Martin Scorsese’s most personal work, and it is definitely one of his most deeply felt films that I have ever seen.

In Theaters: The Muppets

The Muppets are back, baby! And boy are they fun to hang out with!

Officials enlist students’ help in reassessing image

A handful of students arrived Nov. 29 at Room 107 in Meinders School of Business to offer critiques of their college experiences.

Judge becomes dean of law school

President Robert Henry announced Federal Magistrate Judge Valerie Couch as the new dean of the law school.

Online market supplies organic food options

An online service will deliver farm-fresh food directly to campus.

Community celebrates restoration of chapel spire

A piece of the Bishop W. Angie Smith chapel has been restored.

Lady GaGa debuts Marry The Night music video

The pop star’s latest video chronicles her life leading up to her signing with Interscope Records.

Financial aid application undergoes change

Applying for federal student aid will be faster next year, officials said.

Athletic officials use social media to communicate, recruit

Officials are expanding their friendships with student athletes through social media.

University partners with energy companies to add masters programs

Enrollment is open for two new graduate degree programs in Meinders School of Business.

Writer encourages forgiving, forgetting

Certain memories tend to resurface during the holidays.

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