Lynn Tracks Total Absences

One may have noticed that Lynn was recently featured on both NBC Nightly News and the Today Show. The appearance on the network has to do with a new app that the university is implementing called Class120. Using GPS and WiFi, the app designed by Core Principle can track a student’s attendance to his or…

Keeping Things Safe On Campus

Many students are now aware of the situation that happened on campus about two weeks ago. And while Campus Safety has upped their measures across campus, it should be noted as well that safety also comes down to you. There are a lot of people looking out for the residents of Lynn, but the main…

Projects Almanac Lands On The Big Screen

Imagine being able to go back in time and change anything bad that has happened to you or a loved one. Would you do it? This is exactly what the new Michael Bay-produced film “Project Almanac” explores.

A Most Compelling Violent Year

Sometimes the hardest thing for people to do is protect the ones they love. In J.C. Chandor’s most recent film, “A Most Violent Year,” this theme is covered in aspects of family, friendship and marriage.

6 Surprises and Snubs from the Academy Award Nominations

Yesterday morning, the nominations for the 87th annual Academy Awards were announced. While some films secured their sure nominations, there were also many surprises. No “Lego Movie?” Above: “The Lego Movie” characters are just as surprised about their lack of nomination as we are. Stock Photo.

“Paddington” Jumps Off The Page And Onto The Big Screen

Many children see their teddy bears as their best friend and part of their family when they are young, but imagine if that teddy bear could walk and talk. The dream of a real life bear joining a family comes to the big screen with “Paddington,” the movie based off of the book series that…

Strayed From The Path, Brought Back To Life

“We are never prepared for what we expect.” As “Wild” ends with this James Michener quote, it encompasses what happens throughout the film. While it seems that the film was just going to follow Reese Witherspoon on her journey, there were so many layers that were unexpected.

iPulse Has Had A Game-Changing Semester

As we come to the end of another semester, so comes the end to this volume of iPulse. Though, what a semester it has been for iPulse. After losing our beloved editors last year, the editors this year knew the game had to be stepped up. Their shoes were big to fill and fill them…

The Wonderful World of Disney

Tale as old as time. Tune as old as song… We all know what it is like when you go to Walt Disney World. Though, it seems that some people give up going to Disney World after a certain age because it is no longer fun or they seek more thrills. But, this is not…

“The Phantom of the Opera” Changes Its Ways

There is nothing more magical than seeing “The Phantom of the Opera” on the stage for the very first time. Between the extravagant costumes, off-the-chart vocals and that dazzling chandelier, there is so much to keep one entertained for the two and half hour run time. While the latest production still has all of those…

Five Family Films For Family Fun

As the holidays approach, there are going to be many instances with family members. As with real life, films portray family relationships in many different ways. Here are five films that relate to family life in different ways that one can watch with their family over the holiday season.

Chris Hellmann Wins Big With Sunshine State Conference Title

* This article was awarded second place for Best Sports Story (High Frequency – Student Division) at the Sunshine State Awards. Its print version was also awarded first place for Best Page Design (High Frequency – Student Division) at the Sunshine State Awards. A link to the PDF of the design can be found at…