After Fun. left the stage Friday night and we all awaited the band’s encore, the audience started its usual Chirp. That’s when it hit me: This is what college is all about.
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Too often in sports journalism, I feel like the brash, hard-hitting, expletive-filled head coaches get the mass amounts of coverage and media exposure.
It took one song to make Fun. an overnight phenomenon.
For a while I avoided going to see “Django Unchained.” Simply, I was worried about seeing director Quentin Tarantino’s take on the Civil War.
“Zero Dark Thirty” is hard to watch, which is apparent right from the opening minutes, in which we hear cell phone and police scanner talk of the 9/11 attacks.
“Argo” emerged as a pretty big winner at the Golden Globes on Sunday night.
I have a problem with nostalgia. Too often, I think about times that are long gone.
I have a problem with nostalgia. Too often, I think about times that are long gone. While reminiscing in and of itself isn’t a problem, focusing on the “What If’s” and “Might Have Been’s” is.
The longer you live in a city, the smaller it gets. Whether you just get to know the area or you’re stuck in a routine of traveling from home to work and work to home, your surroundings tend to close in on you.
Nothing in this world can truly define a love-hate relationship like a “Best Albums of the Year” list. Some choices may make you triumphantly clench your fist in the air, but some choices may leave you angry.
History was made Sunday night when Northern Illinois earned a berth in the Orange Bowl.
After Thanksgiving Break, students prepare for the end.
We finally have "Wreck-It Ralph" and the results are good — not great, but good.
Some aspects of collegiate athletics leave you scratching your head while trying to digest the reasoning for such outlandish decisions.
The Ball State students were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of Dave + Oprah danced in their heads.
Assembly Hall was the place to be if you were an Indiana University fan Sunday night.