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“Insurgent” film induces revolting reactions

“Insurgent” film induces revolting reactions

April 14, 2015

In the novel "Insurgent", Tris, the protagonist, is faced with the task of saving her society from the Erudite faction which attempts to exterminate all divergents (including her). Throughout the novel,... Read more »

A haunting novel: “Rebecca”

A haunting novel: “Rebecca”

March 30, 2015

“Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier immediately made its way onto my list of favorite novels when I was just a few chapters into reading it. The story is told from the point of view of a young lady named... Read more »

A timeless novel: “The Picture of Dorian Gray”

A timeless novel: “The Picture of Dorian Gray”

March 17, 2015

"The Picture of Dorian Gray" has become one of my favorite classic novels that I have ever read. The book, written by Oscar Wilde, includes skillful writing, an interesting storyline and numerous questionable... Read more »

The Lion King circles back to Memphis

The Lion King circles back to Memphis

February 23, 2015

The Lion King, a touring Broadway show re-visited Memphis this February. I was fortunate enough to be able to see the famous show and naturally, my favorite scene was the first scene, the Circle of Life. The... Read more »

Tom’s Barbecue & Deli: a family environment for Memphis locals

Tom’s Barbecue & Deli: a family environment for Memphis locals

February 23, 2015

When we were looking for Tom’s Barbecue & Deli, we almost drove past it, even while knowing its exact location. However, its small size and hidden location does not affect its quality. While at... Read more »

The life unrecognized with Wes Anderson

The life unrecognized with Wes Anderson

February 18, 2015

With his stop-motion adaptation of “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” his surprise indie hit “Moonrise Kingdom” and his most recent success with “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Wes Anderson has been slowly making... Read more »

On the importance of classic novels

On the importance of classic novels

February 14, 2015

Many people ignore classic novels because they do not want to exert too much energy actually thinking about a text when they could be texting instead. I agree that I would much rather spend my time on... Read more »

Issues surround Yik Yak

Issues surround Yik Yak

February 13, 2015

Yik Yak is a new form of social media that involves an innovative way to peek around and see what other people in your area have to say. Unlike Twitter or Instagram, all posts are anonymous. With just... Read more »

Eight reasons why you should watch “One Tree Hill”

Eight reasons why you should watch “One Tree Hill”

January 22, 2015

“One Tree Hill” is a drama series, available on Netflix, about two brothers living two different lives in Tree Hill, North Carolina who are later reunited through a love of basketball. Although there... Read more »

Lethal League, the seventh inning smackdown

Lethal League, the seventh inning smackdown

January 13, 2015

Have you ever played ping pong then decided to just start wildly bouncing the ball around the room and just keep it going? Apparently the developers at Team Reptile had the exact same idea. Lethal league... Read more »

The book was better

The book was better

January 13, 2015

Ever hear the phrase, “the book is always better than the movie?” Well, that statement is true because books offer so much more than movies. In a movie, you just sit and watch, and then it is over... Read more »

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