Tired of seeing the same people every day? Feeling like everybody hangs out at the same coffee shop as you? Need an escape from the daily routines on campus? Yeah, me too.
Columnist Kayla Grell highlights one of the lesser-known coffee shops in her debut column!
Everyone knows of “Avatar.” Everyone knows of “The Lord of the Rings.” Everyone also knows of every single Pixar movie that has ever been released. But what about those movies that don’t get noticed, the films that dozens of people worked, bled, and sweat over and yet hardly anyone sees them?
The Northerner Online's Kyle Morgan of "Big Boy On Campus" reviews six Indie films worth watching.
I made a mistake. I will be the first to admit that. Sometimes when I read certain Bible verses I think that they aren’t exactly applicable to my life. Or, to be honest, I don’t understand why they are there.
I checked my facebook right before the trailers. The funny thing, I didn’t see the coincidence in that until I was walking out of the theatre. A movie about Facebook doesn’t seem the most enticing premise for a film directed by David Fincher (Fight Club, Seven, Zodiac), yet in a year where most of what gets shown on the silver screen deserves to be thrown in a silver trash can, I would go so far to say that "The Social Network" is the best movie released this year.
Carell had hinted at his departure earlier this year on a BBC radio interview but many, like myself, simply assumed it was a ploy, like any logical man would create, for a heftier paycheck. However, he confirmed to E! News early this summer that the seventh season would in fact be his last.
Big Boy On Campus, a weekly column by Senior Media Communications Major Kyle Morgan, will feature weekly reviews of movies, theatre performances, and other areas of the finer arts. Be checking back soon for Kyle's debut column!