Disbanding and Reuniting: lack of commitment to the band or the break up?

  Creating music, like any other type of art, can be a difficult thing. It can be a laborious, draining, and sometimes unfruitful task. This is why so many bands grow unstable and ultimately break...

‘Better Call Saul’ brings similar flavor to Breaking Bad fans

AMC’s “Better Call Saul” opens with a brief glimpse into a period of television history we have had no previous insight to: A post Heisenberg world. In this quick, beautifully shot, black and white opening...

Film series shows ‘Kisses to the Children’, hosts behind-the-scenes discussion for students

Swan Hall hosted a film series with a screening of Kisses to the Children last Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The screening was followed by a discussion with the film’s director and writer, Vassilis Loules. The...

Film Review: The Girl On The Train

Here’s a few random things that I generally have a lot of appreciation for: actress Emily Blunt, actor Justin Theroux, and thrillers released in the month of October based off novels that have the...

ghostintheshell

“Ghost in the Shell,” adapted from the anime film of the same title, which was adapted from a manga of the same title, was the recipient of a fair amount of backlash before it...

Cormac’s Corner: “Hidden Figures” review

So much of the world is built off the backs of minorities that it’s nice to see a film that not only acknowledges this, but celebrates it. “Hidden Figures,” directed by Theodore Melfi, tells...

“The Buried Life” brothers talk bucket lists

Brothers Jonnie and Duncan Penn from the former MTV program “The Buried Life” discussed their past experiences and current projects at a campus event this weekend. Jonnie and Duncan Penn spoke at Edwards Auditorium on...

Comedian Hannibal Buress talks with Cigar staff about new tour, previews URI show

Comedian and actor Hannibal Buress will be bringing his newest tour “The Hannibal Montanabal Experience” to The Ryan Center Nov. 3, with his visit to The University of Rhode Island being the biggest stop...

Hill inspires at D.I.V.E.

The D.I.V.E. (Diversifying Individuals via Education) RI Conference was held on Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28 in the University of Rhode Island’s Memorial Union. The conference seeks to empower students and educate...

Chamber Ensemble holds riveting performances

  The University of Rhode Island's Department of Music held a concert showcasing the Guitar Ensemble, the Clarinet Choir and the String Quintet last Saturday, Dec. 5. To begin the performance, the first section of...

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