Hilltop Views


Dustin Gebel

September 29, 2016

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...

Austin’s Sure Thing Comedy provides intimate atmosphere for adult crowd

Gabrielle Wilkosz

October 16, 2015

For lots of laughs at a no cost, Austin’s Sure Thing Comedy presents a free show every Saturday at 8 p.m. Hosted by Duncan Carson & Brendan K. O'Grady, Sure Thing brings together comedians from across the country to perform their ...

‘Spy’ a fresh, female-driven iteration of popular genre

Print Editor-in-Chief

March 23, 2015

During SXSW, "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig told a massive audience at the Paramount Theatre that he always wanted to direct a James Bond movie. He knew no Hollywood executive would ever give him that chance. So he recruited Mel...

‘Rick and Morty’ triumphs as new Adult Swim sci-fi comedy

Life & Arts Editor

April 13, 2014

Shortly after Dan Harmon was fired from his cult hit “Community,” he was approached by Adult Swim to helm a new show. He agreed, recruited his friend Justin Roiland (voice of Lemongrab on “Adventure Time”) and the two creat...

Spring break, ‘Obamacare,’ aliens and Snowden


March 24, 2014

The title is an attention grabber, but what could this article possibly be about? The best answer to that question is it is an attempt to put to rest any doubts of the writer’s ability. The doubts come from the big wigs at Fo...

Refrain from panicking as the semester kicks into overdrive


February 27, 2014

As you may have realized, classes have officially kicked in. Everyone knows that college is hard and that classes will require much time, but they do not tell you that real class will not begin until the second month of the sem...

Modern-day “Tartuffe” opens theater for spring


February 8, 2014

On Feb. 13, Mary Moody Northen Theatre’s production of “Tartuffe” will premiere as the first production of 2014.“Tartuffe,” which means hypocrite or imposter, was originally written in 1664 by Molière. It is regarded as one of his m...

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