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Scoop de Ville stimulates summer taste buds

Allie Grossman, Eastside News/Features Editor

June 22, 2014

Filed under Community

The start of summer marks the start of trying new things, branching out of your comfort zone and eating lots and lots of ice cream.  Scoop De Ville, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is not yet known to many.  I took a...

Maroon 5’s overexposure suits the band well

Jenna Wilson ('15)/ News/ Features Editor

July 16, 2012

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

Overexposed, Maroon 5’s newest and fourth LP, is for the masses. It is shiny pop perfection, wrapped up with a bow and created for the millions of fans who watched frontman Adam Levine spin around on reality television. With tha...

It’s Kind of A Funny Story

Scott Nover ('13)

October 20, 2010

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

Every once in a while, a film comes around that is just the perfect blend of dramatic content with light and amusing elements. As this brilliant combination plays out, the viewers establish a sincere emotional connection to the mai...

I Am Love (2010) – Movie Review

Sarah Minion ('12) / Underground Editor

July 16, 2010

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

This summer, the movie scene includes a myriad of 3D children’s movies and mediocre comedies. However, Luca Guadagnino’s “I Am Love,” is clearly distinguishable from the rest of this summer’s average movie selection. “I...

Letters to Juliet (2010) – Movie Review

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Entertainment Editor

July 2, 2010

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

The phrase “What if” has done a magnificent job with instilling doubt in people’s lives: “What if I don’t get the job?” or “What if I fail this test?”  But, Gary Winick, the director of one of 2010’s hottest...

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