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South Park team creates gross, offensive, hilarious new game
From the wickedly creative and hysterical minds of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone comes one of the funniest, grossest, rudest and most unapologetically cringe inducing video games to ever grace gaming. “South Park: The Stick of Truth” is the first full-length South Park video game since 1998’s “South Park” game, originally released for the Nintendo 64.
'Endless Love' is endlessly cliché
Endless Love is a romance drama directed by Shana Feste that may or may not be a remake of the 1981 version starring Martin Hewitt and Brooke Shields.
Taking home the gold
It’s time for the 86th Annual Academy Awards, and in just a few days, veterans and newcomers alike will look for the chance to walk away with that little, golden dude named Oscar in hand. The pageantry is sure to be great this year with Ellen DeGeneres hosting and tons of equally enjoyable presenters to join the team.
A Guide to the Guardians
An abducted human from the late ‘80s, a voluptuous green-skinned assassin, an intelligent tree-like humanoid, a tattooed alien behemoth and a gun-toting talking raccoon join an intergalactic, rag-tag team of superheroes whose goal is to protect the universe from chaotic conquering baddies such as Thanos, Phalanx, and the Universal Church of Truth. It sounds like the beginning of a bad and complicated joke, but it’s the plot of the next hopeful blockbuster movie from Marvel Studios, the “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Fowler Feature: Sarah Ring
From a very young age Sarah Ring treasured getting in front of family to sing or dance; she loved performing for others to initiate an emotional response from her audience. This constant passion for theater made her jump at the first opportunity she had to audition for a school play. She always knew the stage was her calling and made it her mission to pursue a career involving it.
Don't forget the sources
Hollywood celebrities may be placed on a pedestal but even they can’t get away with plagiarizing. Shia LaBeouf’s recent plagiarism of a graphic novel for his short film “HowardCantour.com” landed him all over the news.
Budgeting early helps pay for vacation
Vacations taken in college, such as spring break or spontaneous weekend trips friends throw together, come as a rite of passage. As a student however, budgeting is always a concern.
Live now; DJ Swole
Charles McCray, a junior media and communications major of Little Rock, was a part of history when students went on air for Red Wolf Radio on Jan. 27.
Let's hear it for the boy
Trucks race across the country delivering pounds of roses. Boxes of chocolate are in abundance on every shelf, almost as if they descended down like manna from heaven.
Twitter account brings love to A-State
If students have a crush this Valentine’s Day but are too shy to do anything about it, fear not. Twitter account @AStateCrushes will pass along the message.