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Producing “The Producers”

Producing “The Producers”

April 3, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

By Brooke Anderson From the big-screen to the hit Broadway musical, the department of theatre and cinema brings us the Mel Brooks production of “The Producers.” Riley Bayer, playing the role of Franz Liebkind, gave a short summary of the production. “The Producers is about two guys — named Max and Leo — who pretty […]

Bringing Cronkite to Life

March 28, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

By Brooke Anderson As you walk through the exhibits in the Cronkite Memorial on campus, you are practically strolling through the life of Walter Cronkite himself. Dr. Vartabedian, president of Missouri Western, and Bob Willenbrink, dean of the School of Fine Arts, are planning to bring a little more life to the exhibit. “What we […]

Western Appeal

Western Appeal

March 21, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

By Brooke Anderson Imagine being able to make music and beats with nothing but the sound of your own voice. When thinking about a cappella, the movie “Pitch Perfect” may come to mind, but here on campus there’s a student led group of a cappella singers known as Western Appeal. Western Appeal is an a […]

Procrastination

Procrastination

March 17, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

You had three weeks to work on this paper. The deadline has finally arrived. Weeks that should have been spent planning and researching were wasted away doing other, more important things, like watching the newest episode of “The Voice” or teaming up with your friends to play a few online matches of “Call of Duty.” […]

The Wolf Among Us Review

February 28, 2014 Comments

Daniel Cobb

Fairy tales collide in The Wolf Among Us, an episodic video game series based on the Fables comics by Bill Willingham.  If you’re unfamiliar with these particular comics, join the club; I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I purchased the first episode of the game online.  What I did know […]

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