By Sophia Yakumithis In a Scandinavian history course I took freshman year, we learned about one of archaeology’s biggest blunders: The Kensington Runestone.  In Minnesota, a 202-pound chunk of stone was “discovered” in 1898 by a Swedish farmer who claimed it was covered in 14th century runic text. Widely accepted in the community as an […]

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By Andrew Harwood Comedy itself is specific, but when it comes to film, it’s a little more vague. Sure, it’s a genre, but it is so much more than that. For the next two weeks, comedy will be the focus for Cinephilia.  For this blog series, I’m splitting comedies into three separate categories: the romantic […]

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By Dylan Hubert When you hear the name Jason Earles, what comes to your mind? If you’re like me, the first and only thing that I can think of is his classic role in the ‘00s hit Disney Channel show, “Hannah Montana,” as Miley Stewart’s fun-loving, prankster big brother, Jackson.  To be honest, I never […]

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As I lied awake that night, breathlessly awaiting the drop of their new single, I contemplated my own undying love for the trio.

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