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300: Rise of an Empire

300: Rise of an Empire

Blood, swords and more blood By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor In “300: Rise of an Empire,” there is no such thing as too much blood. Throughout the movie, limbs are lost, faces are beaten in and plenty of blood is sent flying through the air. There…

Music for the masses

Whisky Barrel Rocker and Sum People By Courtney Millsap and Rory Noble Music Reviewers                      Courtney: Having seen Whisky Barrel Rocker in the many forms they have taken over the past year or so, I can say that I…

Karim Koumbassa

By Miranda Warren-Zacharias Contributing Writer EOU and La Grande were recently treated to the musical styling of Karim Koumbassa. A West African, Koumbassa teaches music and dance in the traditional West African style. He not only teaches, he also plays drums, dances, choreographs and makes instruments. He moved…

Powerful vocals and sweet harmonies at The Stage Door

By Miranda Warren-Zacharias Contributing Writer On Friday, March 7, Elwood and Lauren Bihr from Bitterroot performed at The…

Prophetic Dilerium

Father and son fight of fate in “Life is a Dream” By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor…

Once bitten, twice funny

Comedians Doing Comedy By Rory Noble Editor-in-Chief Kelsy Carson, her silver locks tinted pink (or sometimes blue), is…

Questions in the Quad

What are you doing for Spring Break? By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor   Emina Olcott- Junior:…

Project Human-Coffee Shop Series: Staci Collins

By Miranda Warren-Zacharias Contributing Writer On Feb. 3, Staci Collins performed at Short Stop Yogurt for the Project…

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