While “Orphan Black” is science-fiction, it isn’t heavy on the genre but mixes with drama and thriller as the women attempt to figure out how and why they are clones.
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One important thing to know while going into this based-on-a-memoir show is that you probably won’t unconditionally love the main character, Piper, played by Taylor Schilling.
Between landlords and bursar demanding obscene amounts of money, who has the funds for an entire new wardrobe? These fall trends will revamp your look.
There are many potholes on the road to graduation that impact how much it will cost and how quickly you graduate. I know because I have hit almost all of them.
While the list is unfinished, the films below deserve mentioning regardless of where they will ultimately fall at the end of the year.
Emens Auditorium is celebrating its 50th anniversary season this year, and there are a lot of exciting shows coming to campus as a result.
Malachi Randolph, president of the Student Government Association, shares his advice for this year's freshmen.
Sometimes the comments of trolls can bring a new perspective and be a crucial part of online discussion, despite how inflammatory they may seem.
Solid production is evident just one minute into the first song, but much of the album is difficult for an average audience to connect to.
One year after his debut, Joey Bada$$ has released his second major mixtape “Summer Knights” and it’s impressive how much he’s grown.
"Monsters University" adds a colorful, stunning new film to the canon and had the right ingredients, but lacks the punch of a Pixar movie.
The Supreme Court’s decisions on two marriage equality cases became historic Wednesday, but baby steps aren’t enough when civil rights are being ignored.
And at some point down the road, I will be proud that the marriage equality debate has become history, no longer a worry of the present. It’s only a matter of time.
While staying true to the traditional theme of gore and thrills, the story is told in a way that’s refreshingly intelligent, endlessly thrilling and ironically, very human.