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Catching Fire Hits Theaters

Peri Adamson, Guest Reporter

November 21, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment

At midnight on Thursday, Nov. 21, “The Hunger Games” Series will return. The production of Catching Fire has been eagerly awaited by millions of fans. The popular book series, which are written by Suzanne Collins, is the base ...

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Review

Peyton Engh, Reporter

November 8, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment, Video Games

Are you tired of playing Black Ops 2 or Battlefield 3 and want a new First-Person shooter to play? Well, there’s a fairly new game that came out in 2012 called Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Once again, this game was made by my favorite video game developer, Valve. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is pretty much a ...

November Music Lineup

Meghan Klein, Reporter

November 6, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment, Uncategorized

Music Line-up For November 2013, For Austin and San Antonio   Nov. 4 -  Cults at Emo’s East Nov. 5 - Sense’s Fail, and For The Fallen Dreams at The Korova Nov. 8 -  FunFunFun fest featuring, Snoop Dogg, Cut Copy, Beach Fos...

The Game is Afoot

Peyton Engh, Reporter

October 29, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment, Opinion

Are you finished watching every season of "Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad?" Now there’s a show on BBC and Netflix that you can watch called "Sherlock." It is a modern-day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock H...

Fall Shows Guide: What to Watch

Caytlyn Pickering, Reporter

October 23, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment

Returning Shows: We all have our favorite shows we look forward to seeing after a long week of school. But sometimes we get tired of the same old same old, or find ourselves with nothing to watch on a particular day. So why not...

September Movie Reviews

Megan Hippe, Reporter

October 4, 2013

Filed under A&E, Beyond Campus, Entertainment, Opinion

“The Family” “The Family,” a movie shot in a present-day Italian village follows an old-time mafia boss (De Niro) and his family after he has ratted on some of his “old friends,” proves to be anything but appropriate for the family. Not o...

City of Bones movie review

Caytlyn Pickering, Reporter

September 12, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment

As a middle school student -- an outcast -- I often found, and still find, books to be an escape. Anyone who takes pleasure in reading knows that feeling: being whisked away to make-believe lands, falling in love with unforgettable...

Good times are coming to Cedar Park

Caytlyn Pickering, Reporter

March 27, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment

Ever sat at home, bored out of your mind on a weekend? Was it because you didn’t have money to do anything or simply because you were lazy? Fear not, fellow Cedar Park citizens, for there is plenty to do in our little town,...

Prepare to Go Spelunking Down ‘The Cave’

Jake Kralovansky, Guest Reporter

February 25, 2013

Filed under A&E

Double Fine’s spelunking tour has been released to PSN and XBLA. Is it a beautiful adventure or will it leave you with the smell of guano? Design The Cave is a puzzle platformer created by Double Fine and written by ...

Wii U Carnival Comes to Town

Jake Kralovansky, Guest Reporter

February 12, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment, Video Games

The Wii U’s carnival has come to town. But is it a new wonderland or is it not worth the price of admission? Design Nintendo Land creates a theme-park style with its launch title for the Wii U. These 12 attractions are ...

The Oscars

Alicia Davis, Researching

January 24, 2013

Filed under A&E, Entertainment

The Oscars is the motion picture event of the year. Hollywood comes together on one special night to show appreciation and to be congratulated on their accomplishments. Oscars are schedule is air Feb. 24 at 7:30 pm on ABC, h...

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