An intense, prolific, and graphically brutal recount of the events of the Boston Marathon bombing and the four day manhunt that followed, Peter Berg’s brilliantly layered “Patriots Day” is the movie I’m determined he was born to make. A few years ago, these kind of headlines would have been m... READ MORE »»
Michigan and Ohio State.
Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Blackhawks and Red Wings.
These well-known sports rivalries, whether they’ve developed out of 100-year-old border disputes, or out of sheer proximity of the teams, create the most anticipated games of the season. Players are fired up with... READ MORE »»
I think we can all agree that the Thanksgiving is no longer a main holiday in the retail world. We begin summer with beach themed items, move on to Fourth of July, then Back to School, jump to Halloween, bypass Thanksgiving and head straight to Christmas.
We go from Trick-or-Treat to Deck the Halls,... READ MORE »»
On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Dean for Students Michael Orlando joined the Student Government and the representatives of Siena Heights’ clubs for the Town Hall at Rueckert Auditorium. Orlando presented a proposal for a new Career Services center on behalf of the Executive Board of the Administration (ECA).... READ MORE »»
Ever dreamed of performing in the Chopped kitchen? On Nov. 30, four two-person teams of students are competing for glory and fame in a Chopped-esque competition called "SHU-fléd: Rise or Fall," The event is co-sponsored by the Spectra News Network and the Student Housing Council.
Contestants are... READ MORE »»