Panic! At the Disco New Releases

By: Nicole Koehn With the announcement of their new album, Death Of A Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco has been nothing short of busy. After releasing two single off the album, “Hallelujah” and “Victorious” Panic shared the news of their fifth studio album with the release of “Emperor’s New Clothes”, along with its music video that same day. Ever since then the group has been … Continue reading Panic! At the Disco New Releases

The Mortal Instruments: The Journey to TV

        By Daley Wilhelm The Mortal Instruments series has had a quite unusual journey since its creation, but now it looks like the urban fantasy will be finding its place on TV. “Shadowhunters” as the series will now be called, has been picked up by ABC Family with production starting in May. The Mortal Instruments is the bestselling fantasy series by Cassandra Clare that filled … Continue reading The Mortal Instruments: The Journey to TV

66th Annual Primetime Emmy Winners

By Eli Ralston In a night full of tough categories, Breaking Bad came up big at last night at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The final season of the critically-acclaimed drama pretty much swept the main categories it was nominated for, taking Best Writing and Best Drama, while Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn both took the Emmys for their supporting roles in the show. And in one of the biggest … Continue reading 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Winners

‘Paddington’ Comes To Life In New Trailer, Poster

By: Julia Ricci Sit down and grab a marmalade sandwich, because a new trailer and poster for Paddington have arrived. The live-action/CGI film is based on Michael Bond’s beloved children’s book series about a bear from deep in the Peruvian jungle who is sent to England by his Aunt Lucy in search of a better life.    Upon arriving at London’s Paddington Station, Paddington (voiced by Colin Firth) meets the … Continue reading ‘Paddington’ Comes To Life In New Trailer, Poster

Movies in Motion

By: Amber Underwood From futuristic dramas to musical fairy tales, students looking for movies to watch in the next few months have a variety of options. For those wanting the scoop on the latest movies, check out these new and upcoming titles. First in November, we have Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Caine. Interstellar takes place … Continue reading Movies in Motion

73rd Annual Peabody Awards Winners

By Aly Bartholomew Award season may be coming to an end but not without the annual Peabody Awards. The Peabody Awards celebrates storytelling in television, radio, and on the web. This year’s ceremony is to be held on May 19th but the winners have already been announced.  A lot of fan favorites have been honored and Netflix originals have even made their way into the … Continue reading 73rd Annual Peabody Awards Winners

David Letterman Announces His Retirement

By Nicole Koehn     On Thursday, April 3, David Letterman announced on “The Late Show” that he will retire in 2015. Letterman’s consistent on-the-air presence for more than 30 years makes him the longest-serving late night host. He started his long career at NBC’s “Late Night,” where he remained for 11 years before moving on to CBS to host “The Late Show” for 22 years. … Continue reading David Letterman Announces His Retirement

The Revival of the Radio Drama

By Aly Bartholomew In the earlier days of radio, listeners tuned in to hear the latest news or the next installment of their favorite radio drama. Today the role of radio has changed as listeners now tune in mostly for weather updates and music and listen to podcasts for information and stories that were once found on the radio.     One radio tradition in … Continue reading The Revival of the Radio Drama