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Gnomeo and Juliet Movie Review

Stephanie Hofmann

February 24, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts

Directed by Kelly Asbury Released  Feb. 11 This cute animated movie is a play-off of William Shakespeare’s story Romeo and Juliet, where a rivalry between the blue and red gardens keeps the star-crossed lovers apart. W...

Valentine’s Top Gifts

Caitlin Topham, Kristina Jingling, Dominique Price

February 14, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts, Top Stories

That’s right folks –Valentine’s Day is here! That time of year when everyone panics and scrambles trying to figure out what to get their significant other, or maybe just their parents or best friend.  Whoever it’s for,...

Upcoming Spring Movies 2011

Kate Pate

February 2, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts

February: I Am Number Four-Number Four (Alex Pettyfer) is an alien from an endangered race who disguises himself as a teenage boy in order to hide from the aliens who have come to finish his kind off. If you like movies with ...

Best of 2010

Phil Harlan

February 2, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts, News/Events, Opinion

The Social Network – The social networking site, Facebook, seems to dominate this current generation, so a film about the people behind it would seem like a perfect fit. In theory, it seems like one of the worst ideas, as Faceb...

Oscar Brief

Mikaela Moore

January 28, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts, News/Events, Top Stories

Black Swan: A psychological thriller about a deranged ballerina that aims to be perfect. The Fighter: Takes place in the ‘80s and revolves around the boxer Micky Ward and his brother who helped train him. Inception: Take...

Musical

Shelly Spencer

January 26, 2011

Filed under Life & Arts, Top Stories

From start to finish Back to the ‘80s shined. The cast and crew of 58 students worked together to make this musical a sensation. The voices flowed through the auditorium, combining effortlessly into beautiful songs. Catchy h...

Random Profile-Oliver Gellini

Rachel Sloan

December 8, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts

Visiting another place can temporarily affect a person. For sophomore Oliver Gellini, he was submersed in Italian culture for more than a year and it has permanently affected his life. “I got to experience a totally different...

Show Choir

Stephanie Hofmann & Shelly Spencer

December 8, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts

Lights, camera, singing, dancing. The voices of the Rouse Show Choir fill the air with Christmas cheer and energy at their first performance closing the choir’s holiday concert on Dec. 2. The Show Choir sung “Christmas is ...

Christmas

Rachel Sloan

December 8, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts, Top Stories

Presents. Decorations. Desserts. These are all things people typically classify with Christmas. But do they know the true history of Christmas? The history of the holiday varies between different religions, but they all boil...

Trends Back in Style

Shelly Spencer

November 15, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts

Big sunglasses Sunglasses that cover most of the person’s face have come back from the ‘60s. Now they have new varieties of sizes, shape and colors. Skinny jeans It may surprise you, but skinny jeans aren’t a new...

The Summer I turned Pretty

Kite Pite

November 11, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts

By Jenny Han Simon & Schuster Released: May 2009 Isabel “Belly” goes through the months of school counting down the days until summer when she can go spend three months with her closest friends: Susannah Fisher...

Let Me In

Rowan Armour

November 11, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts

Directed by: Matt Reeves Released: Oct. 1, 2010 Splattered blood, flaming beds and glowing eyes all bring the horror genre to life in this classic vampire movie. The movie Let Me In is a compelling love story between a neighb...

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