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Christmas Movies to Watch Over Winter Break on Freeform

Written By: Grizel Morales With the semester coming to an end, what many students want to do is enjoy their winter break. Well, there is no better way to enjoy winter break than getting into the holiday spirit by watching Christmas movies on Freeform. Freeform is a cable network that this year is having its “25 Days of Christmas” by ...

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Lambda Pi Eta Induction Ceremony

Written By: Tori Johnson On Monday December 4th, 2017 at 6:30pm, the student organization Lambda Pi Eta held their first induction ceremony of the school year, where seven Aurora University Communication students were officially inducted as members into the organization. Lambda Pi Eta, also known as LPH, is a Communication Honor Society that represents the local chapters of the National ...

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Greta Van Fleet Plays at Lincoln Hall in Chicago

Written By: Dominika Wlodarczyk On November 30th, Greta Van Fleet put on an astonishing performance that took place at Lincoln Hall in Chicago. While not many people have heard of or paid much attention to these incredible musicians, they are certainly making their way up in the music world. The band brings back the sound of classic rock that this ...

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It’s No Longer Sunny on Netflix.

Written By: Sean Ganey Wearing a tear-soaked Paddy’s Pub t-shirt I break the news: Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, along with other FX and FXX shows are leaving Netflix and joining Hulu come December. This means Sunny, Archer, The League, Louie and possibly the biggest one among the culture writers at AU Spartan Media: American Horror Story will no longer ...

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Think Local

Written By: Tori Johnson With the Christmas holiday approaching many people are scrambling to buy gifts and find the best deals. I think that it is safe to say that within the American culture Black Friday has become its very own holiday; which might I add its name should be changed to “Black Week of Thanksgiving” because now sales are starting ...

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Emily Graslie: From Art to Artifacts

Written By: Dominika Wlodarczyk Finding a true passion for something can happen at any point in your life. Emily Grasile found hers while she was finishing college. On Tuesday November 14, Emily Graslie came to Aurora University to share her story. Graslie began by talking about the left brain/right brain theory and how it may not be all that relevant to ...

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Giving Back During the Holiday Season

Written By: Tori Johnson With the holidays approaching it can be easy to get tied up in the holiday madness. For Thanksgiving, we often times get consumed in eating as much food as humanly possible, and then fighting the masses in Black Friday shopping. For Christmas, we then stress over what gifts to buy family members, and hope that this ...

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Who Should Appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Written By: Alex Drier The Marvel Comics have a lot of memorable and iconic characters. It’s pretty easy to strike up friendly (or heated) conversations/debates about the best stories and characters. With Thor: Ragnarok released last week plus, The Punisher, and The Runaways coming out later in November, I think it’s time to talk about the characters who have yet to ...

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Aurora University Student and Artist Spotlight: Samantha Chase

Artist: Sam Chase Written By: Lexy Moscinski Dark, zany, and wildly talented, Aurora University Student Samantha Chase is a local artist that deserves the spotlight. Chase, 20, is a Communication major, and has been doing art since “she was in the womb.” From horrific gore to clever cartoonizations, Sam’s art is filled with a variety of different themes, inspired by a ...

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Aurora University Screens “The Central Park Five”

Written By: Tyler Siebert On Wednesday, November 1st Aurora University screened “The Central Park Five” in Tapper Recital Hall. “The Central Park Five” is a crime documentary about the Central Park jogger case in the 1980’s. The documentary is directed by Ken Burns with the help from his daughter Sarah Burns, and her husband, David McMahon. The Central Park jogger case ...

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