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Luke’s Movie Monday: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” shows weakness through spoilers

Luke’s Movie Monday: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” shows weakness through spoilers

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
January 18, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

2015s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is the only film of the year that could pry me off of Netflix and send me to the theater, and I’d wager the same applies to most broke college students. The seventh installment in the epic space opera saga, and the first to premiere in ten years, is easily in the ... Read more »

Musko has most eventful Christmas ever

Musko has most eventful Christmas ever

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
January 12, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

We have to make the most of the peace we are given. No one knows that better than Musko, who used Christmas break to travel the world, make friends with other creatures, help the one true Santa Claus deliver presents and more. Being the modern man he is, he took pictures the whole time. As you can ... Read more »

Luke’s Movie Monday: “Devil” appeals to no crowd

Luke’s Movie Monday: “Devil” appeals to no crowd

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
January 11, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Five characters locked in a tiny room. One of them’s a killer. A simple, yet captivating plot sure to get some thrills out of a crowd in any capable hands. The trailer for John Erick Dowdle’s “Devil,” from 2010, put audiences on the edge of their seats…until the name ‘M. Night Shyamalan... Read more »

Auditions to be held for spring musical Hairspray

Auditions to be held for spring musical Hairspray

Aaron Oechsner, Visual Media Editor
January 10, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

It is time to audition for the 2016 spring play, Hairspray! Auditions will be held on Jan. 11 and 12 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Bradley. Dust off your parents glam records and start thinking about what song you would like to perform during auditions as participants are encouraged to bring an inst... Read more »

“Blue Ruin” stunningly honest, goes above and beyond

“Blue Ruin” stunningly honest, goes above and beyond

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
November 9, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

As long as the will to make money without earning it thrives, so does Kickstarter. Whether it’s a shoddy, broken video game or a bowl of potato salad, plenty of artists’ wishes have been granted for the price of the legion. The quality of Kickstarter projects isn’t always great, but what d... Read more »

Fall play focuses on big personality with small cast

Fall play focuses on big personality with small cast

Aaron Oechsner, Visual Media Editor
November 3, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Vince Lombardi was the head coach responsible for leading the Green Bay Packers to five NFL championships and two Super Bowl Wins in the mid-sixties, officially making the Green Bay Packers a national icon and leaving behind a legacy so powerful the NFL has officially named the Super Bowl trophy aft... Read more »

Movie Monday with Luke: “Battle Royale” a B-movie thriving on concept

Movie Monday with Luke: “Battle Royale” a B-movie thriving on concept

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
November 2, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Can you name a film from Japan that isn’t animated? Probably. And it’s probably 2000’s “Battle Royale,” the late Kinji Fukasaku’s bloody thriller based on a novel of the same name by Koushun Takami. Celebrated for its unique, gripping concept of teenagers fighting each other for survi... Read more »

VIDEO: Faces of Lakeland: the walls have eyes

VIDEO: Faces of Lakeland: the walls have eyes

T.R. Hildebrandt, Staff reporter
October 30, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

These are the frozen visages that follow you from class to class. Each of the 71 can be found on campus. How many do you recognize?

People’s Prism: Introductions are funny things

People’s Prism: Introductions are funny things

Lindsey Vagnini, Ad Manager
October 30, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Weston, a  28-year-old graduate student, is all too familiar with  introductions. When Weston meets new people, it can easily be compared to the motion of riding a flying saucer down a snow hill the size of those giant Icees every ‘good’ gas station has. Sometimes the social dynamics click instantly... Read more »

VIDEO: Jacob Nault wows audience in first Coffee House series performance

VIDEO: Jacob Nault wows audience in first Coffee House series performance

Leah Ulatowski, Executive Editor
October 29, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Jacob Nault, junior choral and general music education major, kicked off Lakeland College's brand new Coffee House Concert Series in the 1862 Lounge on Oct. 29. Showcasing his vocal and piano playing skills, Nault performed a diverse set list, which included original pieces, songs by Nashville recording... Read more »