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Dustin Gebel

September 29, 2016

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What do you get when you throw a drunk, apathetic version of Doc Brown and an idiotic, socially inept Marty McFly into zany, animated adventures across the galaxy? The result of this volatile mixture is “Rick and Morty,” an...

The art behind the art

Samantha Carrizal

September 28, 2016

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When walking into the Fine Arts building, you’ll immediately come across an open gallery filled with abstract and interesting art. Paintings, photographs, sculptures, a pair of headphones look as if they’re waiting to be touched....

Do Not PublishFrom uniform to unique: Student discovers self through fashion

Lorna Probasco

September 28, 2016

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From work to twerk, fashion can come in many forms. In this case, it comes in the form of sophomore Sydney Mitchell.Originally from Akron, Ohio, Mitchell is a resident assistant at Teresa Hall working towards a biochemistry degr...

Humans of St. Edwards: Maria Cardona

April 15, 2016

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My major is Global Studies. I wanted to do math as a minor, but I didn't have enough time for that.My passion is traveling the world. I haven't gone everywhere that I would like to yet, but I am working on it. I love all different...

9mellizoz

News Editor

March 30, 2015

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My favorite authentic Austin taco joint is Mellizoz, a quirky food truck hidden behind the Gourdough’s trailer. Fun fact: Mellizoz is also Austin Mayor Steve Adler’s favorite place to pick up a breakfast taco! Tony, the o...

Year in Review: Former “Degrassi” star secures spot in hip-hop scene

December 6, 2011

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Drake has always had a certain flare for melodrama. The former child star has become infamous for his heart-on-his-sleeve lyrics and rejected persona. But on his sophomore album, "Take Care," the heartbroken heartthrob is wrestling...

Year in Review: “Strange Mercy,” a storm of art-rock

Jonathan Coker

December 6, 2011

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St. Vincent is an unlikely character. A Dallas native, St. Vincent's singing delivery is dead-pan, like a ingenue Lou Reed with classical music training. She sings with composed grace as the fiery dramatics in her own music bur...

Year in Review: Wild Beasts tone down flair, keep substance with new album

Ryan Lester

December 6, 2011

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For a band that has gained a reputation for its eccentrics, including their liberal use of falsetto and graphic tales of debauchery, England's Wild Beasts struck a chord of genius by toning themselves down. On "Smother," the group's...

Year in Review: “Fright Night” masters the art of campy horror

Nikki Hill

December 6, 2011

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An underrated '80s horror revamp, "Fright Night" in 3D was a blast to watch in theaters.  It was gory, funny, and didn't take itself too seriously – the perfect campy horror film. Oh, and the vampires in it didn't sparkle. C...

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