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July 14, 2020

Posts by: Emilio Chavez

Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ a window to mediocrity

2.5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know what our star ratings mean? Check out our review formatting here) As the final installment of the Unbreakable trilogy, M. Night Shyamalan’s new film Glass gives an okay ending. As a stand-alone film, though, it’s pretty rough. Since the premiere of the film Unbreakable in 2000, it has garnered

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Watch the movie, “Good Night, and Good Luck” (2005), about Edward R. Murrow, the namesake of the Murrow College of Communication. You can stream it from a number of places online for $2.99. Pay attention not only to the main storyline, but to the values that drove Murrow’s choices and the way he went about his business.

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There are some additional options out there to help Squeeze-Proof your commute. Uber is offering a $2.75 ride discount per trip traveling to and from major transportation hubs through February 15th. Use the code #commutesmart in the app to claim the discount. For further details and a list of eligible transit stations, click here. Lyft is

College Gets Head Start On Its Government

Seattle Community College may not have all of the luxuries most colleges have, but it does have one thing most beginning schools don’t have. It does have a government. When Dr. Paul Menig, director of student government, asked an official of a new community college what that school’s plans for student government were, he was