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Spartan Style Watch: Looks of the Week

Catie Damon, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fashion

Happy Saturday, fashion readers!  Although photographic evidence of the adorable stylings of Chloe Swenson (this weeks chick pick for the Spartan Style Watch) was tragically deleted in a iPhone-related incident, I’m sure if...

Giving Holiday Cheer: Gifts That Make The Holiday Season Joyful

Emily Perillo, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Whether we want to believe it or not, the holiday season is upon us. It’s that time again for decking the halls, special family recipes, and snow. The one thing that tops all of our lists? Gifts. What do we get for our parents?...

The Zombie Apocalypse Occurs With a Whisper, Not a Scream: AMC’s The Walking Dead has something very few zombie “films” have: Restraint

Paul Lilienthal, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editorials

It may surprise some people to hear that in the new season premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead, with its omnipresent firearms, that only one gunshot is fired in the entire episode. Just one. When the populace thinks about zombie...

Boo, I Guess: The Indifference of Hollywood Horror and How it Got That Way

Paul Lilienthal, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editorials

It’s no secret that the horror genre has been stagnant for quite a while now. Remake after remake hit theaters and whenever a somewhat original idea hits the theaters, sequels immediately flurry with an intensity not seen since...

Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the Muppet Show

Ciana Barnaba, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

The Muppets are brought back to life once again in a classic, fresh, and new movie. The Muppet Movie opened in theaters this year on Thursday November 24th and captured young and old audience members alike. Sweeping the box office...

Chocolate Winter Warmth: Nutella Roll Recipe

Caleb King, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As we move into the winter season the tips and tricks of staying warm and cozy start to re-assimilate into our lives. While some favor hot chocolate and others prefer apple pie, I personally stick with home-made Nutella Cinnamon...

Calling All Actors, Singers and Dancers!: Spring Musical Auditions

Hannah Heath, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Theater

This comming Monday, Tuesday and Thursday the Spring Musical is holding auditions for parts in this year’s production of All Shook Up. If you enjoy acting, dancing or singing to Elvis music, then the Spring Musical is right...

Censors Off Duty, Swim at your Own Risk: How the Entertainment Industry is its Own Boss

Paul Lilienthal, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Whenever the issue of censorship in entertainment is brought up it is interesting to note that many are unaware of how self-contained the industry really is. People are aware of ratings boards, such as the MPAA, the ESRB, and...

Spartan Style Watch: Looks of the Week

December 8, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fashion

Before I begin, allow me introduce you to the new fashion column for the Maroon Tribune. Every week, I’ll be wandering the hallways of Monument with a camera looking for people who are just having a stylish day. I spot and appreciate...

You Can’t Take It With You: Gearing Up For Advanced Drama’s First Performance Of The Year.

December 8, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Theater

After last year’s Advanced Drama production of An Oresteia, the only issue that this current year’s class had in mind was how to follow such an intense theatrical experience this time around. The consensus for choosing a play t...

Tattoos: Permanent Art on Living Canvas

Catie Damon, Maroon Tribune Reporter

December 2, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Starting as early as the 1760s, tattoos have been applied to skin for the sake of tradition, identification, personal experience, and much more.  There has been much controversy about the art of tattoos since they became popular...

Breaking Dawn: Part One: The Opening-Night Experience

Meagan Nejame, Maroon Tribune Reporter

November 29, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Breaking Dawn has been an anticipated event since the third movie of the Twilight Saga, “Eclipse”, appeared on the big screen. The first part of the last Twilight movie premiered on Friday, November 18th. At a set time of...

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