In keeping with the interstellar spirit that started our fall semester, the Gallery Series launched with a collection of photographs from NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
So, as some of you may know, Warner Bros. has been releasing several direct-to-video animated movies, ranging from Scooby-Doo to DC Superheroes along with a few other franchises. Another one of those movies includes Tom and Jerry.
Sci-Fi author adopts a new spin with latest fantasy film
In 2001, the now biggest Universal franchise opened with the first of an eight-movie series: “The Fast and the Furious.”
Everything happens for a reason. This is a phrase we hear a lot, especially when we go through difficult experiences. Saying this phrase is easy, but believing it is another story, a story much like William Paul Young’s novel “The Shack” (2007).
Young adults across the nation are enthralled with Netflix’s newest series, “13 Reasons Why.” People are flocking to social media to discuss the new hit series.
Eight senior CSC art students are exhibiting their work at their art show “Infinity” in the Main Gallery of Memorial Hall that opened April 3.
Please excuse me as I add “shock an alien lifeform to see if it moves” to my growing list of things never to do in a horror movie (or anywhere else).
“I’m like steel mama, isn’t that how we’re supposed to be?” Mackenzi Loyd, freshman of Big Piney, Wyoming, delivers a pathos that slips the audience into gentle catharsis. The Black Box Theatre inside Memorial Hall, bleeds a tear.
The first thing you notice about “Lost in Yonkers:” the ‘40s-feel is strong. The music when you enter the Black Box Theatre is typical music from the ‘40s and the apartment setup is like what I remember from my great grandmother’s home.