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The Girl on the Train

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Alli Haug. Suspense fans rejoice as the critically acclaimed book, “The Girl on the Train,” hits the big screen in a movie adaptation this October. Paula Hawkins’ creates tormenting uncertainty in this suspenseful story. Emily Blunt plays Rachel Watson. She says her role was the most "challenging thing" she's ever done. Moviegoers will be captivated by Rachel's, the main cha ...

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My Roanoke Nightmare

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Paige Lunde.   It’s back! One of television’s creepy favorites, “American Horror Story” premiered for its sixth season on September 14. FX kept the new season’s theme under wraps until the first episode aired, at which point “My Roanoke Nightmare” pulled fans into an isolated old house and a series of disturbing events. Prior to the first episode, a handful of freaky te ...

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Welcome to “Welcome to Night Vale”

Written by Joshua Baker. Media by Alli Haug. “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.” These words, uttered by the apparently immortal radio host Cecil Palmer, begin our brilliant stay in the odd little town of Night Vale. For those of you that do not know, “Welcome to Night Vale” is one o ...

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Top 5 Summer Hip-Hop Albums

Article by Ben Casey. Media by Paige Lunde. Though the days haven’t started to cool yet, summer is over and classes have begun. As you get settled into your schedule and reflect on the summer, you might recall some great hip-hop albums that were released. Some of the artists that released these albums include Desiigner and Schoolboy Q who answered Kendrick Lamar’s "To Pimp a Butterfly" with an album of his ...

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Dancing With the Stars

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Alli Haug. On September 12, ABC launched its 23rd season of “Dancing With the Stars,” which involved a security intervention and a tie for first place.   The show has a fairly simple premise: celebrities are matched with professional dancers, who teach them to dance properly. The pairs compete against each other and are eliminated throughout the season based on ratings ...

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Concussion Movie Review

Written by Nathan Craig. Media by Paige Lunde. If you're looking for a dramatic, suspenseful, and sport-filled movie that's worth your time,"Concussion" might be the movie for you! Protagonist Will Smith is captivating, as usual, but is not the only good thing in the movie. "Concussion" sets the tones through color and music. Darker colors take over the screen at serious times to show the weight of the scen ...

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Fall Entertainment 2016

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Caitlyn Campbell. Students, faculty, friends, welcome back for our final year as Greenville College! Back-to-school days are an exciting time for everyone, from kindergarteners to super seniors. Once the initial hassle of moving in and adjusting to a new class load passes, most of us start looking for ways to have fun. Netflix is a decent starting point, but consider checkin ...

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Selena Gomez Takes a Break

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Alli Haug. Heartbreaking news for Selena Gomez fans: the singer is taking a break from music. Last year, Gomez announced in her “Billboard” cover story that she was diagnosed with lupus. Chemotherapy treatments were prescribed to prevent the disease from becoming fatal. She threw herself into her "Revival” tour, but the side effects of lupus forced her to call off upcoming c ...

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A Tribute to Gene Wilder

Written By Erin Lobner. Media by Paige Lunde. The star of movies like “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” and “Young Frankenstein,” Gene Wilder was known for his ability to make people laugh. His dynamic acting created realistic and tangible characters, allowing for Wilder to speak to the audience in a way not every actor can. Sadly, he passed away at the age of 83 in late August. In appreciation of W ...

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End of the Semester: Music Juries

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. As the end of each semester approaches, many students in the music programs on campus finish preparing for juries. For this performance, they get up in front of a group of evaluators and show off all the progress they’ve made. These are high-stakes events for music majors; their futures ride on their results. Karli Widmer and Ariel Wade described the jury pr ...

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