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Fall brings new style, revives old favorites

by Morgan Denno

September 7, 2011

The back-to-school season always brings about the inevitable problem of what to wear. A quick peek into the closet confirms it: Everything is too small, torn or last season. Rather than pouring through fall catalogs the size of textbooks, here is a quick summary of the ...

Affordable high fashion prices still steep

by Morgan Denno

August 31, 2011

The United States’ shaky economy has left college students in a tough position. The precarious economic condition has reduced paychecks and made jobs a scarcity, leaving scholars as the butt of a not-so-funny joke. With a miniscule amount of spending money, it’s difficul...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Gyllenhaal’s drug of choice is love

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Carmen Splane, Contributor Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal get a second chance to be on-screen lovers in a film that has been earning the dynamic duo rave reviews for their portrayals. "Love and Other Drugs" reunites ...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: ‘Saw’ franchise adds a new element

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Spike Hemans, Staff Contributor Devils in disguise. Preteen vampires and soul-stealing demons. This fall's slate of horror movies offers fans of the genre tons of different choices for terror, but the real show stealer is yet to arrive. The blockbuster that perhaps everyone expected, "...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: New comedy from ‘Hangover’ crew

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Amanda Macias, Staff Writer From the director of "Old School" and "The Hangover," comes "Due Date," a gut-wrenching comedy featuring the immeasurable talents of Juliette Lewis, Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan. Peter Highman (Ro...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Franco’s new role may be a winner

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By David Nixon, Staff Writer English filmmaker Danny Boyle's new film "127 Hours" comes on the heels of his 2008 Academy Award best picture winner, "Slumdog Millionaire." It is a true story about Aron Ralston (James Franco), an American mountain climber who hiked Utah's Blu...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Cruise, Gibson and Crowe top ‘worst’ list

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Drew Scoggins, Staff Writer There are movies that cause audience members leave a theater feeling exhilarated after a great film, such as "The Dark Knight." There are times when one leaves with their brain bulging after mo...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Autumn’s leopard prints and cable knits

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Morgan Denno, Staff Writer At the risk of sounding completely cliché, camel is the new black. Camel is the color for fall. Black will always be wearable and chic, but for this season it's definitely not the head...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Ballet rivalry thriller has critics buzzing

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Hui Ling Tham, Staff Writer After its world premiere at the 67th Annual Venice Film Festival last month, Entertainment Weekly reported Darren Aronofsky's, "Black Swan," a psychological thriller that takes place in the ballet profession, as "alread...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Tricky love triangle for Witherspoon

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Erika Cueva, Staff Writer For moviegoers intent on being immersed in a feel-good film that warms the heart without the nausea-inducing clichés, no other time of the year may be more appropriate than the days leading to Christma...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Mirren’s ‘Debt’ promises an intriguing mystery with depth

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Erika Cueva, Staff Writer Three decades after a team of Israeli Mossad national intelligence agents embarked on a secret mission to capture a Nazi war criminal, one of the former agents is forced to expose the truth behind...

FILM & FASHION ISSUE: Diehard fans await Potter’s last stand

by Staff

October 21, 2010

By Morgan Denno, Staff Writer The first installment of the last of the "Harry Potter" movies is coming out Nov. 19 and the Potter-fever has already begun. J.K. Rowling's seventh and final Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," contained so much action that Warner Brothers felt...