Tag: awards

That Movie Won WHAT? Oscars 2019

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You get an award, you get an award, EVERYONE GETS AN AWARD. The 2018-2019 award season in Hollywood has come and gone,...

Who Will Win Most Valuable Player?

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Written and Media by Justin Willis. The regular NBA (National Basketball Association) season is wrapping up and the NBA playoffs are in full swing. There are usually...

Will Robots, Superheroes, and Apes Conquer the Oscars?

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Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Kayla Morton. It’s officially autumn, and with it we can expect pretty dying leaves, cooler temperatures, the joys of...

A Powerful Anthem Saves Lives

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Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Kayla Morton. “ said things like, ‘Your music has saved my life. You’ve saved my life.’ I was like,...

Favorite Grammy Moments

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy   If you didn’t catch this year’s Grammys, here’s what you need to know: there were a wide...

Panthers Make us Proud at the SLIAC Conference Meet

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Written and Media by Austin Brinkman  The Greenville College Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country teams both came up a little short of winning the St. Louis...

Your Guide to the 2015 Oscars

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Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Stephen Hillrich. Last Sunday’s Oscars presented new winners and some shocks as cinema’s biggest night gripped the world with...

3rd Annual Oscars According to Tyler

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Written by Tyler Lamb. Media by Madison Moran. Don’t worry folks, I’m here again for another year of my very own Academy Awards. Now, I...

YouTube Music Awards: Chaos with a Soundtrack

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If you tuned in to the live stream of the first-ever YouTube Music Awards Sunday night, you were treated to an evening of experimental chaos. Hosted by the unlikely duo of actor/musician Jason Schwartzman and comedian/musician Reggie Watts and directed by Spike Jonze, who told Mashable that “the whole night [was] supposed to feel like a YouTube video – the raw messiness of making stuff,” the evening of music was rife with technical difficulties and what-the-heck moments.