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Games strive toward emotion

Games strive toward emotion

By Austin Conway Contributing Writer When the Playstation 4 was revealed early last year, Quantic Dream’s David Cage took to the stage and spoke briefly about emotion. For Cage, the…

Band fulfills “fantasies and dreams”

Band fulfills “fantasies and dreams”

By Andrea Bellew Staff Writer On Thursday, April 24 at 8 p.m., the Tiger Symphonic Band will present its annual spring concert, “Fantasy and Dreams” at the Chapel. The “Fantasy…

“Grand Budapest Hotel” checks in

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer 4 out of 4 stars Imagine a screwball comedy, a noir thriller, a murder mystery and a period piece. Now roll them all together into…

Young alum shows “Music Does”

By Caliesha Comley News Editor This past Saturday, March 1, Evan Harrell (’13) took to the Chapel stage one last time to perform his senior recital-lecture. With tux on and…

And the Oscar goes to…

And the Oscar goes to…

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer This past Sunday, the Oscars held their 86th Academy Awards, a celebration of this year’s achievement in film. It was a fun, if a bit…

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is more than slapstick

By Alex Courtenay Staff Writer Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a new hit action comedy show on FOX about the (fictional) 99th Precinct of the New York City Police Department in Brooklyn.…

Last of Us video game worth a try

By Shay McCleavy Staff Writer 4 out of 4 stars Can video games tell engaging stories? Last summer The Last of Us was released to critical and commercial success on…

Winter’s Tale is a winter’s fail

Winter’s Tale is a winter’s fail

By Caitlin Knox A&E Editor This Valentine’s Day I saw “Winter’s Tale.” It was a beautiful love story that brought most of my friends to tears. But there were so…

Dr. Ralph Wood speaks on Tolkien

By Austin Fraley Staff Writer Tolkien admirers, English majors and Christians (particularly Catholics) were equally delighted on Tuesday when Baylor University professor of literature and theology Dr. Ralph Wood came…

Your Valentine’s Day playlist

1.“Silly Love Songs” by Wings In response to critics saying that Paul McCartney was a lightweight song writer, Paul wrote this song — a simple, silly love song that is…

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