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Imogene’s Weekly Entertainment Update

October 4, 2016

Entertainment Editor Imogene Wofford gives you the activities happening on campus this week.

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A Piano Recital With a Literary Twist

A Piano Recital With a Literary Twist

Travis Hairgrove, Editor

September 28, 2016

The grievous, soul pouring sound of Beethoven’s music continues to tug at the heartstrings of people of all musical tastes. Likewise, the inner and outer conflict so perfectly captured by William Shakespeare’s words still resonates with audiences 400 years after the bard’s death. Next Wednesday...

Newest Season of ‘American Horror Story’ Isn’t Quite What I Expected

Newest Season of ‘American Horror Story’ Isn’t Quite What I Expected

Imogené Wofford, Entertainment Editor

September 28, 2016

This season’s American Horror Story is “My Roanoke Nightmare.” Every season American Horror Story has a different theme: season one was “Murder House,” season two was “Asylum,” season three was “Coven,” season four was “Freak Show,” and season five was “Hotel.” The first...

‘Sully’ & ‘Snowden’ Steal September

‘Sully’ & ‘Snowden’ Steal September

Manuel Ramirez, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2016

September saw the premiere of two biopics that centered on ordinary men who did the unthinkable. Both made headlines and became the subject of debate as their actions were questioned as either heroic or harmful. Sully recounts the “Miracle on the Hudson” and the eponymous airline pilot who sa...

East Texan Entertainment: Bois d’Arc

Imogené Wofford, Entertainment Editor

September 22, 2016

Whose Lion is it Anyway?

Whose Lion is it Anyway?

Alex Medrano, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2016

“Whose Line Is It Anyways,” “Saturday Night Live,” and “MadTV” made comedic-improv popular in the 1990’s. Today, improv has grown to comedy clubs and improv troupes in every major city. A group at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Cricket City Improv creates a safe space to mix being...

All Summer Sixteen

All Summer Sixteen

Manuel Ramirez, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

Summer at the movies was filled with highs and lows, but at the box-office it was mostly lows, literally, as audiences didn’t flood the movie theaters as they used to. So what did the cinema offer that it failed to attract audiences? The summer began on a hopeful note with Captain America: Civil...

Harley Quinn trumps ‘Suicide Squad’

Harley Quinn trumps ‘Suicide Squad’

Imogené Wolford, Entertainment Editor

August 31, 2016

This summer’s movie to see was “Suicide Squad,” a fantasy film based on a DC Comic Book that picks up where “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” leaves off. If you are a fan of DC Comics or an avid movie watcher, you know that earlier this year DC Comics released “Batman v. Superman: Dawn ...

The hills (on campus) are alive with the sound of ROCKING!

The hills (on campus) are alive with the sound of ROCKING!

Travis Hairgrove, Editor

July 18, 2016

Teenagers walking around with their heads down with smartphones in hand, completely immersed in texting, Snapchatting, Tweeting or playing Pokémon GO is hardly an uncommon sight; but mass migrations of them marauding in one direction with Fender P-Basses or Gibson SGs slung over their shoulders or drumsticks...

Iron Men

Iron Men

Joseph Alderman, News Editor

January 28, 2016

The Department of Art in conjunction with the Texas Atomic Iron Commission held a workshop this week allowing students, faculty and guests of Texas A&M University - Commerce to design their own scratch block molds, followed by an iron pouring demonstration conducted by the commission. Participants...

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