Horror genre makes comeback within mainstream comics

It might seem like superheroes are dominating comic books more than ever. DC and Marvel are benefitting from big-budget adaptations, and DC just had a fresh relaunch of its main superhero-focused line, New 52, and Dynamite Comics is focusing on classic pulp stars like The Shadow and Zorro. The genre that has truly been reborn […]

Letters to the editor

Relay for Life exemplifies alcohol-free fundraising.  In response to the article “Charity events can raise more funds without alcohol” on Jan. 24, there are a number of charity events and organizations on campus that are alcohol-free. One of these is Relay for Life, which raises money for the American Cancer Society. Every year, more than […]

Let’s make elevator rides a little less awkward

I have always been intrigued by the lack of etiquette that people have when it comes to elevators. Sure, it’s nice to hold the door for someone or press the floor button for others, but there comes a time when snap decisions have to be made in exigent circumstances. I made the decision to hold the […]

Adele set to make her return at the Grammy Awards

Adele’s performance hiatus is coming to an end. The Grammy Foundation officially announced that the singer will perform on the 54th Annual Grammy Awards stage scheduled to air Feb.12. About five months ago, Adele had surgery on her vocal cords. She was forced to cancel her sold-out U.S. tour in order to have the surgery done. […]

Jean Dujardin upsets Oscar race

Jean Dujardin is a name you should know and start learning how to pronounce now. The French actor who stars in The Artist could walk away with an Oscar this year. Jean Dujardin and George Clooney both walked away winners at the Golden Globes several weeks ago for Best Actor, but the general consensus was […]