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Movie Review: ‘Dracula Untold’

  In an age where the word vampire has become synonymous with dark, sparkly brooding teenagers Continue…

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Imagination becomes reality

Stories of fiction come to life in a frightening way with recent news   Entertainment media Continue…

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Haunted house offers frights for a purpose

By Hilary Igl   A haunted house intended to stir up frights has a larger purpose than just Continue…

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Tragedy strikes in two-day theatre series

By Cuchulainn Quirk   Themes of tragedy and darkness are core aspects of The Tempest and Wuthering Continue…

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Royal Review: Book Review ‘Perks of Being a Wallflower’

  If there was a literary cannon for modern young-adult fiction you’d probably find a few Continue…

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‘Equal opportunity offenders’ come to campus

By Nat Edson   A group of Senate staffers fed up with the government formed a group, Capitol Continue…

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Autumn Gala, Idared, Jonagold: It’s harvest season

RP Outdoors: Apple Barn Orchard and Winery   Pumpkin and apple picking, a country store, a Continue…

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Orchestra focuses on music of the world

By Hilary Igl   At midnight any day of the week the trill of violins, trumpets, clarinets Continue…

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Community travels through haunted past

By Abrielle Backhaus   It was a dark and dreary night, citizens of Whitewater gathered to Continue…

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‘All You Need is Love’ and a McCartney tribute

  By Jake Prinsen   As the fog machine rolled out layer after layer of thick mist Continue…

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