“The Commuter” Review: Liam Neeson Delivers a Familiar, Yet Enjoyable Thriller
Jan11

“The Commuter” Review: Liam Neeson Delivers a Familiar, Yet Enjoyable Thriller

By Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra have teamed up once again to deliver “The Commuter,” a thriller that is sure to help melt away the mid-winter blues. The film begins with a beautifully shot prologue showing the daily routine of 60-year-old insurance salesman Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson). Neeson is only five years from retirement and is struggling to figure out how to pay for...

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Is Public Access TV Worth Looking Forward to in the Future?
Dec09

Is Public Access TV Worth Looking Forward to in the Future?

By Katherine Lentz, A&E Editor New York rock group Public Access T.V. is back with a new single from their upcoming sophomore album, Street Safari. The band, which consists of lead singer and songwriter, John Eatherly, Xan Aird on lead guitar, Max Peebles on bass, and Pete Star on drums, amassed a great deal of praise for their debut album Never Enough in 2016, but has their first album aged well enough since its release to...

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Conservatory Considers Candidates to Replace Hoke as Director
Dec08

Conservatory Considers Candidates to Replace Hoke as Director

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor Earlier this fall, Dr. Kay Hoke, Director of the Sunderman Conservatory, announced her plan to retire at the end of the academic year, and, accordingly, Gettysburg College has set out to find a new director to continue developing the relatively young program. Director for a decade, Hoke took over the position in 2008 from Dr. John “Buzz” Jones, who retired last year after 28 years at the...

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How Far TV Shows Go to Prevent Spoilers
Dec02

How Far TV Shows Go to Prevent Spoilers

By Jacqueline McMahon, Staff Writer Recently, rumors hit the Internet that HBO’s hit Game of Thrones won’t be using scripts for their upcoming eighth season. HBO was hacked in August of this year— the culprits demanded a multi-million-dollar ransom— and when HBO refused to meet their demands, the scripts to unaired GoT episodes ended up online for all the world to see. While it is understandable that the network would jack up security...

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Four Candidates for Director of Sunderman Conservatory to Present
Nov26

Four Candidates for Director of Sunderman Conservatory to Present

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor According to an email sent to music majors and minors by Dr. Russell McCutcheon, Associate Director of the Sunderman Conservatory, four candidates to replace retiring Director of the Conservatory, Dr. Kay Hoke, will visit campus over the next two weeks. In addition to sessions reserved for students, each candidate will also participate in a forum open to the entire campus. The schedule is below:...

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Sunderman Spotlight:  Lani Deatherage
Nov23

Sunderman Spotlight: Lani Deatherage

By Michelle Grosser, Staff Writer What is your major? Bachelor of Arts in Music What is your instrument? Trombone What has been the most important part of your conservatory experience? I love music theory. But probably the connections and the people I have met. Friends and professors alike have shaped who I am today. How will your time here have influence on your career in music? All of the classes. I came in knowing I liked music...

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