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    Game of Thrones: The Beginning of the End

    By: Kimberly Kelly The eighth and final season of HBO hit “Game of Thrones” premiered on Apr. 14. Fans, having long awaited new episodes, took over Twitter with #gameofthrones, counting […]

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    “The Wolves” Kick Off at The Mount

    By: Sam Young MSMC Theatre from Apr. 11-13 put on a production of “The Wolves,” a play about a girl’s high school soccer team set in suburban America. Directed by […]

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    A Knight to Remember: Broadway Knight

    By: Meredith Murphy “Finding Neverland.” “Phantom of the Opera.” “Heathers.” “Les Misérables.” These are just a few of the shows that will be featured at the Mount’s Broadway Knight on […]

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    A Night for the Stars: Oscars Review

    By: Meredith Murphy The 91st Oscars on Feb. 24 broadcasted a night of laughter, excitement and movies.  The highlights of the night ranged from Queen’s vivacious opening number to Lady […]

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    A “Sucker” for the Jonas Brothers

    By: Belle Frank It is 2019, and the Jonas Brother have finally ended their six-year hiatus. The band split back in October 2013 with the three brothers wanting to venture […]

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    “Isn’t It Romantic?”: Movie Review

    By: Meredith Murphy If you’re looking for a romantic comedy to watch this holiday season, I highly recommend “Isn’t It Romantic.” The movie tells the story of a young girl […]

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    Ralph Breaks The Box Office

    By: Alberto Gilman Six years in the making, the fans finally got the sequel they were hoping for: “Wreck it Ralph 2- Ralph Breaks the Internet”. Back in 2012, a […]

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    Bigfoot Discovers People: “Smallfoot” Review

    By Tori Kuhr “Smallfoot,” directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, follows the journey of a friendly Yeti named Migo who discovers something he never thought existed, a “smallfoot,” aka a human. He […]

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    A New Dawn: “Halloween” 40 Years Later

    By Claudia Larsen John Carpenter’s “Halloween” is one of the most famous slasher films in history. The name Michael Myers lives in infamy. When it debuted in 1978 it grossed […]

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    Netflix’s Summer of Love

    By Meredith Murphy Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Some unforeseen tragedy in their lives drive them apart, only for them to later realize they needed each […]

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    Two Shows for the Price of One: MSMC’s “Tom Foolery”

    By Breanna Scott Every spring semester the Mount features a stage play and a concert. This year, however, for the first time, they put on a musical: “Tomfoolery,” performed April 16 […]

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    *SPOILERS* A Preview of “The Walking Dead”

    By Marie-Therese C. Sulit, Ph. D. The mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead,” “Honor,” marks the death of beloved character, Carl Grimes, played by Chandler Riggs, whom viewers watched for […]