Jason Wiese | Culture Editor Published May 29, 2015; 9 a.m. Every once in a while, often in the summer, a film is released, possessing the power to change audiences’ perspective and make them appreciate bad cinema. “San Andreas,” a natural disaster PSA disguised a B-movie starring
Maite Paez Rodriguez | Contributing Writer
Published May 23, 2015; 9:00 p.m.
Construction for the new Library and Academic Resources Center officially started on Thursday, May 21, after President James Evans and other Lindenwood officials shoveled dirt.
*1/2 / ***** Jason Wiese | Culture Editor Published May 22, 2015; 9 a.m. Was I wrong to think that Gil Kenan, the director of “Monster House,” was the right choice to remake one of the most terrifying and celebrated horror films of all time? Well,
Devin King | Staff Reporter Published May 22, 2015; 9 a.m. As a child, the world is always bigger than it seems. Things are more complex. Forests are endless, and TV shows seem like they have endless episodes. At least that is how I remembered it.
Kristine Kapatos | Contributing Writer
Published May 19, 2015; 9 a.m.
The retirement of Tom Pettit will mark the end of an era for Lindenwood’s journalism program.
TJ Weber | Contributing Writer
Published May 18, 2015; 9 a.m.
3 Little Birds 4 Life, an organization that raises money and awareness for cancer research, recently hosted its second annual wiffle ball benefit tournament.
Viktoria Muench | Staff Reporter
Published May 17, 2015; 11 a.m.
The trial of former Lindenwood wrestling star Michael Johnson has come to a decision. Johnson was arrested in October 2013, after he had exposed several male sex partners to HIV. Although he had full knowledge of his disease at the time, he denied it to his partners when they asked him and claimed that he didn’t have the virus.
Jason Wiese | Culture Editor Published May 15, 2015; 9:30 a.m. I will begin with the “a ca-bvious”: “Pitch Perfect 2” is not as good as its predecessor. The 2012 comedy about a quirky college a capella group was a fun, unique film that introduced us
Viki Muench | Staff Reporter
Published May 13, 2015; 12:50 p.m.
1. Roll up your clothes. This keeps them from getting wrinkly, and you will fit a lot more items in your travel bag.
Ashley Higginbotham | Staff Reporter
Published May 11, 2015; 11:30 p.m.
It is time for students to buckle down and prepare for final exams. Here are some possible places to study on campus, with noise and comfort levels on scales of 1-10: