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The novel thing about movies

The novel thing about movies

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03/29/2014

For about as long as there have been movies, people have been making books into movies. The urge makes sense, as many of humanity’s greatest stories had already been written down by the time motion pictures had emerged. Even today’s bestsellers, like The Hunger Games trilogy or Gone Girl, are being adapted into films. Because…

Brazil 2014 Team Preview: Colombia

Brazil 2014 Team Preview: Colombia

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03/29/2014

Halftime is extremely excited to get off of the European continent and review a team with a little more spice. Colombia’s footballing stock has risen over the past few years with the advent of players like Jackson Martinez, James Rodriguez, Fredy Guarín, and of course Monaco frontman Radamel Falcao. Colombia placed into a relatively even…

ABCFamily’s Finales leaves fans wanting more

ABCFamily’s Finales leaves fans wanting more

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03/28/2014

Last Monday ABCFamily shocked and surprised fans with the spring finales of Switched at Birth and The Fosters. Beware the spoilers! First, many Switched at Birth fans finally got what they have been waiting for since the first season: the reuniting of “Bemmett”, the relationship between main characters, Bay and Emmett. After being suspicious of…

By The Numbers: Analytics and Sports

By The Numbers: Analytics and Sports

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03/28/2014

Today, it is impossible to read an article about sports and avoid having a bunch of numbers thrown in your face. In the last ten years, the way that sports is analyzed and reported has completely transformed. In a business that used to be centered on great stories, it is interesting that data analysis has…

Satbotage will bore you to death

Satbotage will bore you to death

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03/28/2014

Featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, one of the most prominent action movie stars of all time, Sabotage follows the time-honored plot of money being stolen and people being killed. But, with a movie like this, the plot is not what people go to see. What matters is a high body count and lots of gunfire, and on…

The Other Tourney: NCAA Hockey Preview

The Other Tourney: NCAA Hockey Preview

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03/28/2014

Odds are, your bracket has fallen apart.  Maybe you had Duke in the Final Four.  Maybe you had Wichita St. proving all of its critics wrong and winning it all.  Maybe, you had a perfect first day bracket until New Mexico St. had to go ruin an incredible comeback in the night’s final matchup and…

Critical Voices: Simone Felice, Strangers

Critical Voices: Simone Felice, Strangers

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03/27/2014

Warning–this album is not the one to put on as background noise whilst drowning in caffeine and cramming for tomorrow’s exam. If you do, you will undoubtedly fall asleep. How do I know? Let’s call it intuition. But, if you’ve just taken that exam and are now rocking back and forth in an attempt to…

Critical Voices: The Colourist, The Colourist

Critical Voices: The Colourist, The Colourist

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03/27/2014

It’s romance meets indie pop in The Colourist’s first ever full-length album, The Colourist. Riding on the heels of bands like Grouplove and Two Door Cinema Club, the self-titled debut is characterized by a familiar, energetic indie sound — think Matt and Kim, with a splash of electric guitar. The album opens with “Little Games,”…

Post Madness: 2014 Draft Best Ever?

Post Madness: 2014 Draft Best Ever?

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03/27/2014

As the NBA season begins to wind down, the teams like Philadelphia and Milwaukee that have successfully gone about demolishing their rosters have distinguished themselves in the race to tank. Other squads like Detroit and Cleveland now find themselves in the NBA’s unenviable middle ground. They’re not bad enough to get a valuable draft pick,…

Sound it out, dear

Sound it out, dear

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03/26/2014

Originating as an outgrowth of African American folk music in the early 20th century, Jazz became an outlet for anyone with a story to tell. And because there have been so many iterations of the genre, I think that it is almost impossible not to find at least one that resonates with you. Though we…

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