2013 Academy Awards Best Picture Reviews

M.A. Damron, Photo Editor

February 19, 2013

Filed under Movies

  It’s once again Academy Awards time and you don’t want to be the one person who hasn’t seen the big movie that everyone is talking about. So here is a little cheat sheet going into Oscar weekend that should bring...

Capture video made fun with Vine

Binh Nguyen, Staff Writer

February 14, 2013

Filed under Features

What do you get with the ability to create and capture motion with sound that loops over and over just by pressing the screen for six seconds? You get a new mobile service called Vine.  What is Vine, you may ask? On Jan. 24, s...

Tegan and Sara’s ‘Heartthrob’ will make your head bob

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

February 7, 2013

Filed under Features, Music

After a long four years away from the studio, the music world’s favorite set of twins Tegan and Sara Quin are back and stronger than ever with their seventh studio album “Heartthrob,” which was released on Jan. 29. First...

Cold genre finds hope in ‘Warm Bodies’

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

February 4, 2013

Filed under Features, Movies

Everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet- a girl and boy from different royal families engage in a forbidden romance, blah, blah, blah- The point is that we as fans of all that is fiction have seen retellings of this story...

Mesa Press recaps the greatest of the year in entertainment

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

December 17, 2012

Filed under Features, Movies, Music

2012 by far has been one of the greatest years in entertainment history- with records broken and set, the bar has definitely been raised for years to come. As this year winds down, we as both fans and critics take a look back...

Mars thinks outside the box with ‘Unorthodox’

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

December 13, 2012

Filed under Features, Music

When Bruno Mars first entered prominence thanks to B.O.B.’s 2010 smash hit “Nothin’ on You,” it was clear to both artists and fans that he would be a powerful force to be dealt with- and this speculation was justified....

The SOLO movement changes the way the world sees

Nicole D. Zuelke, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under Features

  "One person, one idea, one action, can lead to amazing things!" says Jenny Amaraneni, Co- founder of SOLO Eyewear. She wanted to create a brand that would restore vision around the world. With every pair of SOLOs...

Art questions morals on campus

Nicole D. Zuelke, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under Featured A&E, Features

Committing one of the seven deadly sins according to the Catholic Church will destroy one’s grace and charity. What will these seven accomplished artists from around the globe divulge for you in the "Seven Deadly Sins" exhibition?...

‘Psychosis’ haunts audiences with topic of suicide and depression

Nicole D. Zuelke, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under Featured A&E, Features

“4.48 Psychosis” is a subjective theater presentation of depression and the haunting inner dialogue of a severely disturbed woman as she battles feelings of suicide, isolation, dependency, relationships and love. The patient,...

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