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Face It: The Year’s Worst Beauty Trends

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. The past year brought some truly amazing trends in the beauty industry. I’m talking nails. No, sorry, I meant NAILS. Blinding and dazzling us all were metallic nails while nail powder videos were hypnotizing to watch (but probably impossible to replicate) and holographic nails gave us a glimpse into the future. However, not all beauty trends were as remarkable. ...

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Anastasia on Broadway

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. “Journey to the Past” on Broadway as “Anastasia” hits the stage. Based on multiple films, including 21st Century Fox’s animated picture by the same name, “Anastasia," the musical features breathtaking costumes and grandiose sets. While the real story of Russia’s royal family was no fairy tale, this retelling is inspiring. A little history lesson for you: Anastas ...

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Welcome to Night Vale: Heathenous Podcast, or Christian Commentary?

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Bre Pollitt. A friendly desert community where the sun is hot, the moon is beautiful, and mysterious lights pass overhead as we all pretend to sleep. Welcome to Night Vale.” This phrase beautifully sums up the premise of the podcast based around the “odd little town” of Night Vale. For a more in-depth introduction to the show, go and read Joshua Baker’s article from last se ...

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Satire Spreads the News

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. Late night comedians have become rock stars in the Trump era,” states a video by Vox affiliate, Carlos Maza. Much like the late night hosts themselves, Maza bluntly outlines problems with politics and the news sources that report on them. While journalists are essential to dispersing news stories, many reporting outlets lose people’s attention through long-winde ...

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Grey’s Anatomy Review

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. One of the world's favorite dramas has been renewed for a 14th season. Many fans are wondering, "Should it have been?" "Grey's Anatomy" remains one of ABC's top dramas even though most of the original cast is gone and the episode's plots lack originality. Greenville College students, Alli Haug and Olivia Maurer, explained why they are fans of the show but think ...

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Actor Profile: Chris Pratt

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. One of the big names in acting right now is Chris Pratt. Pratt gained notoriety for his role as the adorable, dorky Andy Dwyer in “Parks and Recreation,” but has more recently moved toward the action side of entertainment. On top of his busy career, Pratt is dedicated to his wife (actress Anna Faris), their son Jack, and his relationship with God. Pratt has plen ...

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Ranked: Best Disney Movie Villains

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. Villains. We grew up watching them in our favorite childhood movies and books--always rooting for them to lose. Antagonists in media show us that heroes are supposed to win against all odds while villains provide a plot for the audience. After all, what’s the point of a movie with no bad guy? Disney shows us how vital these villains are to a good story. Here are ...

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“13 Reasons Why”: Helpful or Harmful?

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Bre Pollitt. Note: This article contains spoilers for “13 Reasons Why” and possible triggers. This year’s latest phenomena is Netflix’s first season of “13 Reasons Why,” based off of Jay Asher’s 2007 book. The show follows the basic premise of the book. Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) leaves behind 13 tapes explaining why she killed herself. Each tape is dedicated to a spe ...

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Prequels Aren’t Always Bad

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by John Freeman. Gratuitous explosions, super-hero bravado, schlocky one-liners, giant-monster mayhem, alien invasions, oceans of C.G.I destruction porn, and Dwayne Johnson. This is the stuff Hollywood blockbusters are made of. If there’s one thing Hollywood loves, it's money, and big action franchises gives Hollywood money in heaps and spades. But, word on the street is that H ...

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Spark Leadership Conference: Phil Siefken

Written and Media by: Olivia Maurer and Kalynn Pierce On Monday night at the Spark Leadership Conference, Greenville College had the honor of having Dr. Phil Siefken come and talk to students and staff about leadership in the medical field. He talked about the challenges one faces when they are committed to a life in the medical field, which requires many years of rigorous schooling and training. Phil Siefk ...

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