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Sparks’ “Last Song” exceeds expectations

There wasn’t a dry eye in the room when the credits for “The Last Song” started rolling. As the audience members sat there crying together they knew that they had just seen something wonderful. The movie, distributed by Walt Disney Studios and based on a Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the […]

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Students take to the Red Carpet

Dozens of famous celebrities, from actors and actresses to musicians and athletes, came to party in the Gough Great Room on March 20, walking down a red carpet at 8 p.m. and dancing all night long. “Red Carpet Class and Celebrity Trash,” was hosted by senior Alex Jolicoeur – otherwise […]

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Precious Movements shares what happens after the cross

The turnout for the Precious Movements concert on March 13 was larger than the mime ministry had expected. Latecomers ended up standing in the aisles of a completely packed auditorium for the almost three-hour concert. But no one seemed to mind: The atmosphere and energy brought by the performers kept […]

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Locker slams shut on “Avatar” at Oscars

The gowns have been dry-cleaned, the tuxedos have been packed away and the Oscars are over and done, but the American public has been left positively mystified. The winners of the 82nd annual Academy Awards were a surprise to almost everyone. This year’s major blockbuster “Avatar” exploded into movie theaters […]

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Wandering in Wonderland

Twas brillig when Burton

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Figaro, Figaro, FI-GA-RO!

Eastern

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Villanova to finish literary festival with Irish flair

Could you use a little more culture in your life, or did St. Patrick’s Day leave you with a hankering for all things Irish? Do you simply enjoy good poetry? On April 20 at 7 p.m., Villanova University will host an event that caters to all three of these appetites. […]

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Small interior, big taste

Joe

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Rob Sykora rocks out at CMC

Rob Sykora is not sure when he first heard of the Contemporary Music Center, but the sophomore imagined being accepted into the “school of rock” of study abroad programs before even entering college. An Eastern voice major who also plays the drums, guitar and bass, Sykora is currently spending the […]

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Photography display in McInnis

The photographs Beth Altrogge currently has displayed in The Morgan Gallery, located in McInnis Learning Center, comprise her first solo exhibit ever. The exhibit, titled “Losing Ground,” consists of 14 unique and creative photographs. Altrogge, originally from Indiana, Pa., is currently living in Philadelphia and working at David Sacks Photography […]