Movie Review: Emma
Mar30

Movie Review: Emma

By Jackie McMahon, Staff Writer Jane Austen’s 1816 beloved novel Emma has been adapted many times to the screen, from the 90s film starring Gwyneth Paltrow, to the 2009 BBC miniseries, to the cult classic film Clueless with Alicia Silverstone, in which Emma is renamed Cher and plays matchmaker at her California high school. The latest iteration is Autumn de Wilde’s Emma, starring Anya Taylor-Joy as the titular Emma Woodhouse, the...

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Senior Spotlight: Hannah Dalzell
Mar28

Senior Spotlight: Hannah Dalzell

By Britney Brunache, Arts and Entertainment Editor Hannah Dalzell ‘20, is a senior in the Studio Art Department as well as a Psychology double major. Dalzell, who hails from from Bethesda, Maryland, says she always loved art. Although she doesn’t have a specific theme for her art capstone, she plans to “create a bunch of paintings using oil paint and canvas.” She says simply, “I’m going to paint whatever I feel like painting. Some of...

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Entertainment Industry Becomes Stagnant in Face of Coronavirus, Moves to Streaming-Platform Releases
Mar23

Entertainment Industry Becomes Stagnant in Face of Coronavirus, Moves to Streaming-Platform Releases

By Ethan Cannistra The coronavirus is quickly changing the lives of people around the world. Individuals are being confined to their homes and are being encouraged to practice social distancing. Industries around the globe are being affected by the pandemic and are losing a significant amount of money. The entertainment industry is no exception. Every day, film studios are delaying the release of their latest films and postponing the...

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Review: Sonic the Hedgehog
Mar21

Review: Sonic the Hedgehog

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer Sonic The Hedgehog tells the story of a creature named Sonic who has the ability to travel at super-speed. Sonic eventually finds his way to Earth and lives a peaceful, happy life there. However, Sonic eventually causes an accident that reveals his existence to the world. He is now being chased by the Villain of the film, Dr. Robotnik, who is attempting to capture Sonic and understand his power. Sonic,...

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CIMS Senior Spotlight: Amelia Downes
Mar07

CIMS Senior Spotlight: Amelia Downes

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer This spring, Amelia Downes will be graduating from Gettysburg College. Downes is a Cinema and Media Studies Major. For this track, she examined the history of film as well as other hands-on material such as editing and camera fieldwork. About her major, Downes says, “I’ve always been so passionate about movies and TV; I think it’s such an interesting topic.” Her desire to pursue a career in the...

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Student Spotlight: Cayla Cornwell
Mar06

Student Spotlight: Cayla Cornwell

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer Senior Cayla Cornwell is currently working on an ambitious senior capstone for her Studio Art Major.  “[I am] working on glass panes and wood panes,” she explained. “I am using oil paint to create landscape scenes.” Her final capstone will be made up of a series of pieces; at the moment she has five of them completed. “They’re more nature-y scenes, like a sunflower landscape, a bridge and...

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