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Movie Review: Get Out Live Wire's Editor-in-Chief looks at one of 2017's best blockbusters

In Media, Reviews by Victoria Bostwick

Synopsis: Chris (Daniel Kalyuuya), travels with his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to meet her parents in suburbia. Uneasy about the difference of race between himself and his White girlfriend, he presents the possibility of uneasiness during his stay with Rose before their departure. As expected, Chris discovers that Rose’s liberal parents are definitely off put by her Black boyfriend. He …

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WrestleMania 32 See what you missed at the "Super Bowl" of Pro-Wrestling

In Community/World News, Reviews by Dustin Beaverson

On April 3rd, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) took place on the “grandest stage of them all” in the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas for WrestleMania 32. WrestleMania 32 broke an attendance record with a successful number of 101,763 people. WrestleMania holds a series of matches that the fans so desperately want to see unfold from the rivalries that had built …

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Movie review: Deadpool Merc with the mouth earns R rating

In Media, Reviews by Travis Arment

On Feb. 12, 2016 Marvel’s Merc with a Mouth, Deadpool (alter ego of Wade W. Wilson), debuted in his first starring roll on the big screen. Ryan Reynolds has suited up as the Regenerating Degenerate before, but 2016’s Deadpool film made it easy to forget the atrocities committed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

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Where ideas brew A student's guide to the study grind

In Reviews by Marissa Morin

Everyone has that special spot where they feel in the zone and prepared to work. It makes a student feel relaxed and at ease with projects and assignments. With the right area to study, motivation and productivity tend to rise and provide better studying and learning experiences.

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Windows 10

In Reviews, Technology by Travis Arment

Microsoft released their latest operating system, Windows 10, into the wild on July 29th, 2015. Windows 8, like Vista before it, left many users feeling alienated. Lack of third party development and poorly implemented user interface (UI) design left the operating system feeling stagnant and forced. Microsoft listened to their customers and came out swinging with Windows 10.