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“The Avengers” Movie Review

Benne Perkins

June 11, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Marvel’s The Avengers is a culmination of the previous five movies released by the now Disney-owned Marvel Comics. The feature includes the starring characters from Iron Man I & II, Thor, Captain America, and The Incred...

Spring Fashion with Ruby Francisco

Molly Tourville, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 26, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fashion

Spring is in the air! That means it’s time to break out those spring and summer clothes. The new trends this year seem to be rolled up shorts, flowy shirts, and printed pastel colored shirts with gladiator sandals. Ruby Francisco,...

Bring On the Love and Party Rockin’: Get Ready for Monument’s All Shook Up

Yessenia Rosales, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 26, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Theater

Are you ready to shake your tail feathers? Are you ready to sing along? And most importantly, are you ready to face the love? Well the time has finally come. Over the past years the spring musical has always been one of the most...

All Shook Up: Ready to Rock It Out!

Jolyn Unruh, Press Release

March 22, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Theater

Monument Mountain Regional High School is rockin' & rollin' Elvis-style in their Spring Musical production of All Shook Up! Running March 29 through April 1 (c'mon out & dance, all you April Fools!), this tip-of-the-hat to the s...

In Fine Fashion: What’s in, What’s Hot, and What’s Not!

Nicole Andrus, MaroonTribune Reporter

March 8, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fashion

Spring is here and you may find some old styles being brought back again from the distant past. Styles making a return to vogue are floral, neon, sequins, prints, and color blocking. These old/new styles are so hot that many will...

Shockingly…Irritating: Carrie Fisher’s Shockaholic Gets Two Thumbs Down

Jackson Teeley, McKenna Powell, and Corey Potter, Maroon Tribune Contributing Writers

January 28, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews

If you are one of those people that most all of us know and might even be friends with who craves drama, dishing, and almost anything else you might find in a twelve year olds diary, Shockaholic is the book for you! Full of everything...

Blood, Bones, and Butter: One Woman’s Life Experiences in the World of Cooking

Hannah Heath, Maroon Tribune Rerporter

January 25, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews

Now, I’m one of those ambitious people who, when looking through a cookbook at the store says, “I’m going to go home and make that!” Now, I’d like to say that nine out of ten times I do go home and cook but, in reality,...

It’s Now Or Never: Robert Adler Takes The Stage!

Jackson Teeley

January 23, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Theater

If you have ever attended the musical here at Monument Mountain over the last three or four years, one face should stand out as a constant presence. Mr. Robert Adler, long time stage manager and hard core techie has always been...

Spartan Style Watch: Looks of the Week

Catie Damon

January 23, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fashion

Listen, style-watchers: I have found, since I started writing this column, that the well-dressed students of Monument can be very elusive.  If I don’t have my camera at the moment I stop them to tell them they should be a pa...

Hershey Kiss Chocolate Mousse: The Perfect Indulgence

Hannah Heath, Maroon Tribune Reporter

January 19, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

After a long hard day, there is only one thing that can cure the winter blues: chocolate. And there is nothing more satisfying than a rich chocolate mousse. This decedent dessert is sure to make a memorable end to your day. Now...

The Ocean Canvas: Love for art and the environment has taken sculpture artist Jason de Caires Taylor on a journey under the sea

Ruby Francisco, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 12, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As the waves crash on the shore and scuba diver descend five meters down in Cancun, Mexico, something quite unique has taken place under the sea. Sculpture artist Jason de Caires Taylor has become a new phenomenon. Since 2006,...

The Magical, Magnificent Pointe Shoe

Ciana Barnaba, Maroon Tribune Reporter

January 11, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

 What is a pointe shoe? This is a question commonly asked by people not familiar with ballet. When I try to briefly describe pointe shoes, I say "they're those hard shoes ballerinas wear so they can stand on their toes." They...

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