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Let the Oscar race begin

Tom Andrew March 2, 2010

The Oscar race is well underway as Hollywood's elite will gather together under one roof March 7 to announce the winners in over 24 categories. These include the Best Picture category which now has 10...

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Movie Review: ‘The Wolfman’

BJ Grieve March 2, 2010

"The Wolfman" starring Benicio Del Toro is the latest attempt by Universal Studios at rejuvenating the character for modern audiences. It is also the absolute worst. Del Toro plays Lawrence Talbot, a...

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Vagina Monologue preview

Tom Andrew February 9, 2010

Vagina Monologues comes to City College for one night only! Mark your calendars for Friday, March 12, 2010, at 8PM, when City College will participate in V-Day, the global movement to end violence against...

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Spring into Arts with a musical and photography abroad

Brittany Johnson February 9, 2010

Spring musical This spring, City College's Visual and Performing Arts Department is preparing plenty of opportunities, like musical theater and technical dance, to indulge the community in the arts. Professor...

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Sundance picks top flicks

Tom Andrew February 9, 2010

Nestled amongst Wasatch Mountains, usually covered in a thick blanket of snow, is the quaint town of Park City, Utah and is the home of actor/director Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival. The festival...

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‘Legion’ borders on originality

Bri Heath February 9, 2010

"The first time God lost faith in humanity he sent a flood." says an angel named Michael. In "Legion," the archangel has left heaven to try and help save mankind. Against God's will, he tries to protect...

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‘The Book of Eli,’ better than expected

BJ Grieve February 9, 2010

"The Book of Eli" is a tough movie to quantify. No one involved is going to be winning any awards for their participation in this picture and the film itself flew so low under the radar that it could have...

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Sink your teeth into Vampire Weekend’s new album

Vanessa Gomez February 9, 2010

It seems that anyone can get a singing career nowadays. Can't sing on key? No problem, music execs will auto tune your voice to fix that. Image not sticky sweet or sexy enough? An entourage of hairdressers,...

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‘On the Move’ performed by students and faculty

Brittany Johnson December 8, 2009

The City College Dance department's students and faculty are "On the Move" for their latest concert at the Saville Theatre Dec. 4 and 5. In preparation, "13 student choreographers auditioned, and seven...

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Surrogates Review-A-10/20

Bri Heath December 8, 2009

In the year 2017, humans are isolated. Shut off from each other, they walk, talk, work - live from inside their homes. With their "advanced" technology, they each control a robot that is linked to their...

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Christian album ‘Memento Mori’ is ’emo’

Bri Heath December 8, 2009

"Memento mori," according to Answers.com, means a reminder of death or mortality, or a reminder of human failures or errors. The original Latin phrase was used two ways; the first was "be mindful of dying,"...

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T.S. Monk performs to a sold-out crowd

John Balchak December 8, 2009

Whether playing drums or speaking at the mike, T.S. Monk is a master communicator. He demonstrated these talents during a sold-out performance at the Saville theater on Nov. 10. The concert, presented...

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