The 73rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony, although devoid of any truly shocking moments, was more entertaining and less frustrating than it has been in recent years, likewise, a year of firsts. Part of this could
On Campus “Lights Out” Sponsored by MCPB and W.H.I.P. McGonigle Main Saturday, March 31, 10 p.m. $7 w/GAF, $10 without “Splash 2.1K” Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Pearson Hall Friday, March 30th, 9p.m.
From an early age children are told, through public service announcements, the DARE program and other outlets, that drugs, especially marijuana, are bad. However, Temple freshman Mark Stepp believes all the anti-drug propaganda has had
Author and marathoner Claudia Piepenburg compiled a book of first-person reflections of runners, both famous and ordinary. She started running at age 31. A year later, she ran the 1981 Detroit Free Press Marathon. Now
The concept of “paying your dues” is repeated by many, but understood by few. Prophets of the Ghetto, a West Philadelphia-based group fully understands the concept. Formed in the early 90s, the group has received
“Right now it’s electric! It’s rock! It’s Tesla! It’s energized – it’s replugged!” An enthusiastic Brian Wheat, bassist for Tesla, is discussing the band’s reunion tour, and detailing why there was a break up in
Brassy Got it Made (Beggars Banquet) Grade: B+ Jon Spencer’s Blues Explosion are raw, uninhibited and they are great at blurring genre lines. The same thing could be said about the band Brassy and their
With one remarkably symbolic product, the video-game company famous for Pokemon and Donkey Kong may be risking decades of parental good will in order to expand its appeal to an adult audience that has outgrown