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Fifteen Minutes of Marie Lu

Fifteen Minutes of Marie Lu

ZACH KOBRIN, OPINIONS EDITOR

February 24, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES, THE BITE

Author Marie Lu is the best up-and-coming young adult author to hit the shelves since Suzanne Collins. Lu has a fun, energetic style all her own, crafting an original storyline in her Legend series while making the futuristic society and characters almost tangible. A Beijing native, Lu now lives in Pas...

Fifteen Minutes of New Politics

Fifteen Minutes of New Politics

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

February 21, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

A spunky, edgy and feel-good trio is a spot-on description of Danish alt-rock band New Politics. The band has captured the hearts of fans all over the world by putting a dash of electronic into its punk rock feel. Guys and girls alike started to line up at 3 p.m. for the band’s Saturday night gig at...

Lax ladies look to succeed

Lax ladies look to succeed

Roger Holler IV, Sports Writer

February 20, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

When thinking of lacrosse, most minds immediately jump to only Lax Bros, but on this campus maybe they should be thinking of the gals. Only two years ago, Girls Lacrosse wasn’t even on campus.  When they were sophomores, Kelsie Glinski-Boyd and Annie Gigliotti went to Coach Finnucan in hopes of...

Hallmark holidays hurt the heart

Hallmark holidays hurt the heart

MICHAEL LEIFERMAN, STAFF WRITER

February 20, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

Valentine’s Day is one of the most expensive holidays of the year. Between the flowers, the card, the dinner and the ice cream, the costs can be pretty high for even the most casual Valentine’s Day rendezvous. The only way to escape these costs is to not be anywhere near a relationship on Feb. 14. But...

Wake up and smell the bacon

Wake up and smell the bacon

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER

February 20, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

Orlando can be limited when it comes to yummy breakfast places. Breakfast and brunch are the perfect times to see friends who go to other schools or squeeze in that extra hour of family bonding.  Plus, after eating Corn Flakes all week, it’s always great to try some new, delicious foods. It is a guarantee...

Talkin’ bout my generation

JACK MEEKS, ONLINE EDITOR

February 20, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

The Millennial generation has received more than it's fair share of prejudice and complaints. The Who captured the feeling of every young person with their song “My Generation.”  It seems that only negative things are said about the young, and there is no hope for the future. With no except...

Fifteen Minutes of Eli Young Band

Fifteen Minutes of Eli Young Band

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

February 19, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

If you’re a fan of country music, there’s no doubt you’ve started to hear a lot of buzz surrounding the talented foursome that is Eli Young Band. Their last album Life At Best garnered critical acclaim, including the double platinum “Crazy Girl” and platinum “Even If It Breaks Your Heart....

Why are the Winter Olympics so underrated?

Why are the Winter Olympics so underrated?

SIRISHA GADDIPATI, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

February 19, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Are you pumped for the Winter Olympics? Chances are, you’re not. For the past eight years, I find myself relatively lonely in my quest to cheer for Team USA in the Winter Games (granted, my hardcore fangirling rivals only Bob Costas, the NBC Olympics’ sportscaster). Why is the American public...

Talented Tenor Takes on Trinity

Talented Tenor Takes on Trinity

OLIVER TRAPP, STAFF WRITER

February 18, 2014


Filed under NEWS

In the auditorium, a nervous senior Richelle Burke performed the famed “O Mio Babbino Caro” by Puccini in front of a particularly large audience. However, the crowd was not what intimidated Richelle. What made her nervous was that she was performing for Fernando Varela, a well-known tenor and finalist...

Smith and Fisher shoot for success: Two students pursue Magic media source

Smith and Fisher shoot for success: Two students pursue Magic media source

ELLIECLAIRE GORDON, STAFF WRITER

February 18, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Before the Orlando Magic’s second all-time worst season, Juniors Jake Smith and Scott Fisher teamed up to create what has become a thriving blog.  “Orlando Magic Stuff” is a website, with corresponding social media sites, that discusses the highs and lows of each game, player, coach and more....

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