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Nies: From ‘Real World’ to ‘Grind’

We are very often told to make the best of the chances life gives us. When faced with an amazing opportunity, we can either see the potential it hold

Zebrahead

Perhaps some of you have seen him around campus before

Alternative Press Magazine: An Inside Look

Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and People are magazines that I am damn sure at least the majority of you out there have heard of. Let me be stra

‘Hubbard Street’ Sashays at the Barclay

Following its record-breaking 25th anniversary spring engagement in its hometown of Chicago, a two-week New York run and various important summer appe

‘Veronica Guerin’ Risks All in Search of Truth

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.

Movies to Watch for as the Fall Film Season Ends

The Matrix Revolutions, Elf, Love Actually, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Once Through UCI

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‘Shipwreck 2003’ Scares the ‘Ship’ Out of Guests

For the many who remain oblivious to the huge 1,019-foot ship docked in the Port of Long Beach, it's time to start paying attention. The Queen Mary, c

Ballet Pacifica Presents ‘Project Synergy’

It's not everyday that we come across the word 'synergy' and it is certainly not everyday that we acquire an opportunity to witness such a symbolicall

MTV Holds Open Casting Call in Anaheim

Do you think you've got what it takes to be on MTV's 'The Real World' or 'Road Rules'?

Texas Chainsaw Massacres Theaters

There's a gimmick at work in New Line Cinema's impressive remake of the cult horror classic 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' a gimmick so subtle and une

Student-Friendly Movie Theater Located Across the Street

For the freshmen out-of-staters and anyone else who has spent the weekend in Irvine, there has come a point in time when one asks, 'Isn't there anythi

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