Cedarville President Breaks a Board with His Head [VIDEO]
Cedarville President Dr. Thomas White promised the students that he would break a board with his head if the 300by30 challenge was completed, receiving 300 applications by Sept. 30. If at least 300 students applied, Dr. White would break a board with his head in chapel.
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TV Series Review: ‘Gotham’
The buzzing new TV series “Gotham,” which premiered Sept. 22 on Fox, focuses on what life was like in Gotham City before Batman came to be.
The protagonist of the show is detective James Gordon, who will eventually go on to be Commissioner Gordon – friend to the infamous Caped Crusader.
Gordon, played by Ben McKenzie, is a young cop who is new to Gotham and its corrupt police department. As the only person in Gotham with any sort of conscience, Gordon hopes to instill justice in the ...
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Homecoming King and Queen Named Saturday Afternoon
Connor Hunter and Chaney Isley were named the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the women’s soccer game Saturday afternoon.
Hunter is a senior math education major and Isley is an international social science major. Hunter said he wants to teach math to high school students with his degree, and Isley said she wants to work at a non-profit working with immigrants or refugees.
The homecoming court is a group of junior and senior students nominated by their peers based on ...
Movie Review: ‘The Boxtrolls’
“The Boxtrolls,” the latest offering from the stop-motion experts at Laika Animation (the makers of “Coraline” and “Paranorman”), is not your average animated film. Based on the 2005 children’s novel, “Here Be Monsters,” this movie offers viewers an experience like no other.
Under the streets of the city of Cheesebridge lives a colony of creatures known as boxtrolls. They look like a mad scientist took Gollum and gave him the personality of the Minions from “Despicable ...
Review: ‘Little Women’
“Little Women” captivated audiences on opening night as it presented one year — from Christmas to Christmas — of the March family’s struggles, hopes, disappointments and happy-go-lucky days.
The play begins with the four March sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — discussing what each of them will buy with their Christmas dollar. But as money is tight during the Civil War, the sisters realize that if they buy themselves something, they cannot give Marmee, their mother, any Christ...