This movie should have been more than eye-candy. With it’s simple plot and half-and-half acting talents, I found the film overall to be a touch flat and somewhat full of itself. The enchanted feel that should have been there, as It was in the splendid 1951 Disney classic, was lost amongst all the glimmer and glitz.
Lifestyle & Culture
After the Haiti earthquake Jan. 12, Laura Silsby sped up her plans to establish an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. She solicited volunteers throughout the United States to help open her orphanage immediately. Corban junior Bianca Davis discovered her friends Matt and Lora Crider had gone with the team to the Dominican Republic. “You never really understand the seriousness of a situation until someone you know is involved,” she said.
Debating the anti-war and pro-nature themes of the film, two Corban students sound off on what makes “Avatar” great – and not so great.
Though it may not be the most popular law enacted by our government, many people–including students here at Corban–are readily supporting the new no-texting bill.
Concerts, plays and events happening in the Salem area happening in January.
The prison is surprisingly, surreally laid back. Despite the snide remarks and intermittent catcalls, despite knowing there are only four, unarmed officers on duty in the cell block, I feel strangely safe….
Good taste or just another fashion disaster? Here are some opinions as to why men sport those tight jeans that are so popular now days.
Richard Kely, director of ‘Donnie Darko, brings another strange tale to the movie screen in ‘The Box’.
Shot in the rough and tumble cinematography of boyhood, “Wild Things” follows Max as he uses his imagination to navigate the thorny realities of loneliness and love.
Students and professors across the globe are utilizing the networking phenomena known as Facebook. But does this mean students and professors of the same campus should be friends on Facebook?