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A look at the talent – Jordan Jinkerson

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

Jordan Jinkerson plays the part of Curley, he says that Curley is a character that is relatable to a pretty wide audience. “He is definitely quite a character,” Jinkerson said. “He is kind of like a little guy who is trying to get a lot more respect from the bigger guy.” Jinkerson explains that he […]

A look at the talent – Riley Bayer

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

Riley Bayer plays the part of Lennie, Lennie is a probable mentally handicapped man that relies on co-star Steve Catron’s character George Bayer explains. “George is really kind of like a father figure to Lennie. Lennie doesn’t really think like you or I would,” he said. Figuring out how to play a part like that […]

A look at the talent – Steve Catron

October 9, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

In this year’s production of “Of Mice and Men” the role of George is played by Steve Catron. Catron’s character is a down-and-out, lonely man and Catron explains that it was a role far removed from both who he is and what he has done in the past. “Well, this is actually the farthest I […]

How to make a perfect creme brule

How to make a perfect creme brule

October 3, 2014 Comments

Andy Garrison

How to: Make a perfect Crème Brule   Want to impress your family and friends with your culinary wizardry? This creamy decadent dessert will get the job done. The base for a good crème brule is actually incredibly simple when it comes to the amount of ingredients; there are only four.   2 cups of […]

A Veteran Education

October 3, 2014 Comments

Mason Marshall

Education is a value that some take for granted, but when someone serves America for years and puts a college education on hold, that value becomes more important. In Eder 200 is the Non-Traditional Student office, where many members of the Student Veterans of America (SVA) spend their time when they’re not in class or […]

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