Sunday , 28 May 2017

Category: Entertainment

  • Student Artist Profile: Eric Tumolo

    Student Artist Profile: Eric Tumolo

    Q: When you did you start filming movies? A: My first memory of filming a movie was when my three siblings and I made a home-video rendition of "Scream" when I was 4 years old. Q: ...

  • Student Artist Profile: Nick Perkel

    Student Artist Profile: Nick Perkel

    Nick Perkel is the host of WMSC 90.3’s Japan Nick’s Rock and Metal Pandemonium. Q: What got you into rock journalism? A: I was doing blogs and created my own zine that I distribute ...

  • Photo Exhibit Highlights Student Work

    Photo Exhibit Highlights Student Work

    by Adrianne Natoli All pictures by Alexis Prosuk ...

  • Student Artist Profile: Maddie Meier

    Student Artist Profile: Maddie Meier

    Maddie Meier transferred to Montclair State University this semester. She is a vocal performance major who is also aspiring to major in German and French. Meier's father is a choir ...

Student Artist Profile: Tayllor Cunningham

Student Artist Profile: Tayllor Cunningham

Tayllor Cunningham is a senior animation and illustration major. She started drawing at the age of 3 and has been pursuing and developing her artistic skills ever since. One of he ...

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Review: Last Wolverine Film “Logan” is Major Disappointment

Review: Last Wolverine Film “Logan” is Major Disappointment

After 17 years and nine films, “Logan” follows Hugh Jackman’s final portrayal of the iconic Wolverine. But does it live up to the hype? The film has been critically acclaimed and ...

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Album Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ Conquers Billboard Charts

Album Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ Conquers Billboard Charts

Hearts around the world melted on March 3, when Ed Sheeran released his newest album called “Divide.” It came to no one’s surprise that his third studio album is conquering Billbo ...

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Review: Tale as Old as Time Reimagined Beautifully in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Review: Tale as Old as Time Reimagined Beautifully in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’

It is rare for a film to be deemed a classic from the first time it graces the silver screen, but “Beauty and the Beast” defied all odds as an animated tale in 1991. Flash forward ...

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Arts Advocacy Week at Montclair State University

Arts Advocacy Week at Montclair State University

In honor of Arts Advocacy Week, March 20-26th, the Montclair State University Student Advocate Group, Peak Ambassadors, will be conducting a series of events and performances amon ...

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Review: Kong Returns in Lightweight Popcorn Fare

Review: Kong Returns in Lightweight Popcorn Fare

When the original “King Kong” came out in 1933, it pioneered the genre of monster movie epics by presenting audiences with something they had never seen before. In the 83 years si ...

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A Night to Remember at the Video Production Club’s Oscars Party

A Night to Remember at the Video Production Club’s Oscars Party

I was lucky enough to attend the Video Production Club's (VPC) 4th annual Oscars party this past Sunday. There was a lot to remember with the food, red carpet, lip sync battle, aw ...

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Student Artist Profile: Joe Pandosh

Student Artist Profile: Joe Pandosh

Q: What is the name of your major?A: BFA musical theater.Q: When you did you start acting?A: My first time acting was in elementary [and] junior high school, but I only started ta ...

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The 89th Academy Awards: From Blissful Night to PR Nightmare

The 89th Academy Awards: From Blissful Night to PR Nightmare

It was an enjoyable Sunday night as the Academy Awards ceremony played out. The show was funny, heartwarming, and plain entertaining for three-and-a-half hours. As the clock struc ...

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West Side Story Review: “Something BRILLIANT Came”

West Side Story Review: “Something BRILLIANT Came”

Review of Montclair State’s Production of West Side Story ...

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