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‘Elden Ring’ Review

“Elden Ring” is the latest entry from developers FromSoftware that has taken the gaming industry by storm, and rightly so. Like its predecessors (referred to by fans as the “SoulsBorne” series, despite not being officially singular series or continuity) Elden Ring empowers its players by ironically refusing to hold their hands and pitting them against […]

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‘Lost City’ is a must see movie

“Lost City” is the sweet rom-com that audiences didn’t even know they needed. Released on March 25, it stars big names with an even bigger and extravagant plot. “Lost City” follows boring but successful author Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) who writes romance and adventure novels. Her novel’s break-out star, cover model Alan (Channing Tatum), steals […]

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Jukebox musical ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ hits the stage

From April 1 to April 3 and April 7 to April 10, the Phillip Lynch Theatre presents the jukebox musical “Return to the Forbidden Planet.” This musical is based on a movie from the late ‘50s with the same name, which is a science fiction take of the Shakespearean play “The Tempest.” “This play isn’t […]

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Baseball season has begun

The Flyers baseball season has begun, starting February 18 in Nashville, Tennessee against Trevecca University. It was not a great start for the Flyers as they lost to Trevecca, but the team hopes to fix the few kinks that they have and work together as a team.    The Flyers are aware of what they […]

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Bye-bye daylight savings time

Daylight savings needs to simply go away. What good does it do for us anyway? It actually does more harm than good to us by messing with our circadian rhythm, which harms our mental, physical and behavioral health.    On March 15, 2022, the U.S. Senate passed legislation to make daylight saving time permanent starting […]

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OUT OF DARKNESS CAMPUS SUICIDE PREVENTION WALK

In an attempt to remember, support and acknowledge the ways in which suicide and mental illness affect loved ones, the university social work department along with the Lewis community organized The Out of Darkness Campus Walk that took place April 2 at 10 am.    Students, faculty and staff were all welcome to participate. Walkers […]

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