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It won’t be the end of the world if you don’t see Xmen Apocalypse

It won’t be the end of the world if you don’t see Xmen Apocalypse

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table reporter
June 13, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

The Marvel cinematic universe is a mess. Franchises are scattered between companies like Disney, Sony, and 20th Century Fox. Taking that into account, there’s bound to be Marvel movies that will be exactly that, a mess. Not every superhero movie can be the next “Avengers” movie. X-men: Apocalypse... Read more »

You, me and no more of the apocalypse

You, me and no more of the apocalypse

By Caroline Schaeffer, Round Table reporter
June 8, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, Scroll

“You Me and The Apocalypse” is the end of the world of unique characters. With stereotypes like the doting mom and the lawful banker, this show finds itself covering up the awkward dialogue with quirky British humor and a sassy priest. Clumsy dialogue makes clumsy characters, and this show is... Read more »

Captain America: Civil War surprises audiences

Captain America: Civil War surprises audiences

By Erin Cowan, Round Table reporter
June 8, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Marvel’s cinematic universe strikes again with its third Captain America installment, Captain America: Civil War, incorporating intriguing characters,  creative costume design, and a strong plot-based background to produce what can easily be classified as the most marvelous Marvel movie in existenc... Read more »

Miss. Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children book review

Miss. Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children book review

By Jade Ruggieri, Round Table Reporter
June 2, 2016
Filed under Editorials, Featured, Opinion

A book that I have recently just finished by Ransom Riggs surprised me greatly. First off, I do not fare well with scary topics so I did not think that I would enjoy the book as much as I do. However I cannot imagine not reading this book since the characters are so captivating and unique. Jacob... Read more »

Ryan’s ‘Views’ on Drake’s new album

Ryan’s ‘Views’ on Drake’s new album

By Ryan Parker, Round Table reporter
May 18, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Drake, a renowned musician from Toronto, Canada, released his fourth album ‘Views’ on April 29. It’s a mix of the soulful R&B singing and rap many have come to love from Drake. His career has progressed successfully over the years with his previous albums and duets like “Take Care” with... Read more »

Von Zimmer is bringing back the grunge

Von Zimmer is bringing back the grunge

By Allie Hough, Round Table opinions editor
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Von Zimmer is a songwriter from South Dakota. His debut album titled Freddie’s Extra Teeth, in reference to Queen’s Freddie Mercury, is compiled of ten individual songs. After listening to the first song on the album,“The End of the World” I immediately compared it to a Nirvana type of sou... Read more »

Demi Lovato takes the stage in her new video

Demi Lovato takes the stage in her new video

By Alyssa Klink, Round Table broadcast fun feature executive producer
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

You don’t have to be into pop music to love this track. Demi Lovato, childhood Disney star and recording artist, recently released the music video for her chilling new song “Stone Cold,” and it’s one of her best yet. The song itself is in allude to a former lover who when things didn’t... Read more »

The world is hailing Ceasar

The world is hailing Ceasar

By Daniel Shapiro, Round Table reporter
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

The Coen brothers’ new film "Hail, Ceasar!" is a cinephile’s dream. It is filled with references to a vast array of popular cliches inside the film industry of the 1950s, from gunslinging westerns to enormous swords and sandal epics. No part of post-war Hollywood is left untouched. Following in the footstep... Read more »

Deadpool slices his way into theaters

Deadpool slices his way into theaters

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table reporter
February 24, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Deadpool is not your mama’s superhero movie. Well, he’s not technically a superhero at all. Wade Wilson just does what he wants and happens to have powers. It’s his movie, why shouldn’t he. This cult comic book movie adaption shows the true limits of a “super hero,” while capturing the ic... Read more »

Elton John’s new album came out in one “Wonderful Crazy Night”

Elton John’s new album came out in one “Wonderful Crazy Night”

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table reporter
February 12, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Music icon Elton John has pleased fans yet again by releasing his newest album “Wonderful Crazy Night.” His classic piano sound is back with a modern spin. This gives him the chance to catch a new audience as well as his old fans. The album starts off with the song that shares the name of the a... Read more »

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