Retro and goofy: ‘Shazam!’: Review

It is impossible not to when presented stories of great responsibility and mind boggling abilities that are thrust upon the weak, the broken, or in the case of “Shazam!,” the outcast. It is a common story, told time and time again, that is embraced wholeheartedly in Director David F. Sandberg’s adaptation of the goofy 70s television series of the same name.

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University Art Gallery welcomes select student pieces

University Art Gallery welcomes select student pieces

In the early evening of Thursday, March 28, students mingled with faculty and community members in the University Art Gallery for the opening of the annual Juried Student Art Exhibition. On display through April 21, the exhibition provides a peak into the creativity and an opportunity for student work to be critiqued on a professional level.

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Concerto competition comes back

Concerto competition comes back

We all know what a concert is, but what about a concerto? Of course, adding the ‘o’ right at the end of the word gives it a completely different context. Rather than gathering around to watch an artist perform a single or a band play a set list, the audience watches in awe as a soloist or duet performs a piece written for a solo instrument or a vocalist with an orchestra right behind them.

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