FILM ANNALYSIS: 'Annabelle' offers fresh take on old horror movie elements

Radio static, wild sewing machines, a popcorn inferno that no one started — these are just a few things that will get your blood pumping while you watch the prequel to "The Conjuring.""Annabelle" starts with the cult murder of neighbors and continues with the satanic haunting of a vintage children’s toy. Though the central figure is a doll, which has been done numerous times, this movie offers a fresh take on how to fight the evil within it.

Code Red dance team opens for Juicy J.

Other acts outshine Juicy J at concert

If you're familiar with the music of Three 6 Mafia, you likely know its southern hip-hop style. And if you're a fan of the style, you would have thoroughly enjoyed the Juicy J concert. On Oct. 6, downtown Muncie welcomed Juicy J to the Horizon Convention Center.

Lauren Chapman is a senior journalism news and telecommunications major and writes ‘Miss Know-It-All’ for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily align with those of the newspaper. Write to Lauren at lechapman@bsu.edu.

MISS KNOW-IT-ALL: National College Republican’s video insults women, youth

I am a woman. I am also a huge fan of foreign and domestic politics and therefore don’t need to be tricked into caring about politics by a poorly executed “Say Yes to the Dress” parody for the governor’s race in Florida.If it sounds ridiculous, that’s because it is.In a video published on Oct. 1, the College Republican National Committee targeted young female voters to support Rick Scott as he faces off against Charlie Crist in the Florida governor’s race.


KILLER CROSSOVER: Hypocrisy of the NFL

The NFL doesn’t care what you think of Adrian Peterson or Ray Rice. It blocks out the outrage, the domestic violence defense groups and the fact that you want it to have a higher moral compass.But it doesn’t have one.

Junior chemistry and pre med major Matthew Marshall explains to the new players how to pass, dribble, and shoot while playing wheelchair basketball on Sept. 23 at the Jo Ann Gora Student Recreation and Health Center. DN PHOTO ALAINA JAYE HALSEY

LET ME TRY: Curiosity can lead you to some unique experiences

It is in my nature never to quit. I am an athlete at heart, with a competitive streak that makes my brother and sister hesitate to play a game of Monopoly with me. So naturally, as I returned for my second week of wheelchair basketball and attached the wheels to the shiny red seat of the #15 chair, I was determined to improve my performance.

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