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Unconventional Thanksgiving Recipes

Unconventional Thanksgiving Recipes

November 16

Put away those Halloween decorations, toss those jack-o-lanterns and start setting the tables for Thanksgiving....

The Pub is Alive With the Sound of Music

The Pub is Alive With the Sound of Music

November 6

Alumnus Will McHale invites students to open their minds – and ears – to Dubstep at Mulligans Irish...

No Joke: Comedy is Political Information for Many

No Joke: Comedy is Political Information for Many

November 6

Lampoons have been a part of the political landscape for a very long time, and some students and professors...

Students Agree: Never Too Old for Tricks or Treats

Students Agree: Never Too Old for Tricks or Treats

October 23

Halloween might have evolved over the years into a child-friendly holiday best known for costumes and...

Booming Businesses

Booming Businesses

Gia Mazur

October 8

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Local businesses can reap the benefits of a college town location--as long as they cater to college students. Earth...

NYFW Take Two

NYFW Take Two

September 26

Twice each year, editors, bloggers and buyers alike flock to New York City the second week of September ...

A New, New York Night

A New, New York Night

September 12

Editor's Note: Junior Morgan Harding attended the Erin Fetherston Spring/Summer 2013 show in New Yor...

First Lady Channels Lady Bird

First Lady Channels Lady Bird

September 11

. “If we can have a campus that’s beautiful and inviting, I think it automatically attracts students and it gives a feeling of friendlines...

Project Gives Voice To The Voiceless

Dom Dellos, Reporter

June 15

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Students, professors, friends, and family gathered in Lemmond Theater April 26 for “The Voices Project: Disability,” a unique presentation of the memoirs of people with disabilities. Presented by the MU Psychology department, the free event featured students, faculty, staff, and those with disabilities playing characters...

Sedaka Soars Under The Stars

Highlander Staff Reports

June 15

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Neil Sedaka, the popular singer, songwriter, composer and pianist, and 2004 inductee into the Songwriters Hall of Fame is headlining the annual Under the Stars Summer Arts Festival at the Wells Fargo Amphitheater on Friday, July 27. The festival also includes the Jazz in July concert, “Sensational Sounds of Swing,’’ July...

English Students Turn Playwrights

Carissa Stonier, Reporter

June 15

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Dr. Rebecca Steinberger’s theater class may not be filled with aspiring playwrights, but they have risen to the challenge of a final that requires them to create their own plays. For the final, Steinberger told each student in the class that they had to write their own one-act play. There were no guidelines for this project....

Turtles in Half Shell Return in Upcoming Film

Shawn Kellmer, Reporter

April 10

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise is getting a reboot in the form of film, scheduled for release Christmas 2013. The new live action film, currently in preproduction, is set to be produced by Michael Bay and his production company Platinum Dunes. The film will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman, who has directed Clash...

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