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St. Augustine Archaeologists Unearth Deeper Truths

Soil accumulates under a sifting screen. (Photo by Connor St. George )

Archaeologists use water and tools in order to clean off artifacts. (Photo by Connor St. 653 more words


Invader Zim Returns!

Ryan Flynn –

In case you haven’t heard, Invader Zim is returning!

Oni Press will be releasing a comic book series based on the popular Nickelodeon character in collaboration with the show/character’s creator, Jhonen Vasquez and Nickelodeon. 408 more words

Opinion & Editorial

Horoscope (March 3)

Lex Smith –

Aries: One does not simply predict your future using space.

Taurus: Stick by your decisions and don’t falter.

Gemini: Your investigation skills should provide you with an advantage in your daily endeavors. 140 more words



Via Press Release:

Following six years of local sell-out performances, the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (NYCGMC) are bringing the latest version of their hugely successful Big Gay Sing back to Asbury Park with a sing-along show devoted to movie music. 208 more words

Arts & Entertainment

The Shoreline Theater Department's Presentation of Texarkana Waltz Opens This Week

Get your tickets now for Shoreline’s presentation of “Texarkana Waltz,” opening this Thursday, March 5 and playing through March 14.

Directed by Debra Pralle, the Theater department presents Seattle playwright Louis Broome’s semi-autobiographical play that explores the horror of murder and the healing power of family and forgiveness in fresh, funny and stylistically creative ways. 111 more words


“Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor” Game Review

-Stephen Collier, contributing writer

One thing I have learned about my fellow MC students is that many of them share my love for the work of J.R.R. 489 more words

Mississippi College

The Development of Christian Music

-Griffin Wacker, Contributing Writer

Christian music is slowly but surely gaining more and more of America’s attention as the years progress. Tennessee Ernie Ford is definitely the first catalyst of the gaining popularity of Gospel music. 503 more words

The Collegian