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It’s finally here, and let me tell you, “Oh, isn’t it amazing?” doesn’t even begin to describe it.
Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” remake just opened in theaters, and fans of the animated classic need to see it as soon as possible. It lives up to the hype, and it still managed to surprise me even though I saw the original many years ago.
By Emily Salvatori, Assistant Editor
Tonight at 2 a.m. people will “spring forward” and adjust their clocks one hour ahead. Besides being a biannual annoyance, people may not really think about daylight saving time beyond adjusting their clocks. As you prepare to set your clocks, here are five things you might not know about daylight saving time:
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer
If you were to ask anyone what type of holidays there are in March, the only answer you would probably get would be St. Patrick’s Day. Yes, observing this religious holiday is important to do in remembrance of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. Although, many people do not celebrate it in a religious way (go figure).
The month of March is primarily recognized for this holiday on March 17, but there are many more interesting and fun “holidays” that are not celebrated as often. In this article, I will discuss some of the unique days that make the month of March just a tad more special.
By Daniel Morgan, Editor
By Megan Jones, Advertising Manager
The Nutting Gallery in the College of Arts and Communication opened a new exhibition yesterday evening. Ed Bisese and Ryder Henry are the talented artists featured in the exhibit. Bisese is known for his paintings and sculptures. Meanwhile, Henry focuses on customizable building sculptures from cardboard and murals.