“Spy” Hits Its Target

Ever wonder what would happen when James Bond has to sneeze? The results would not be good and we see that right as this high-energy action comedy takes off. Melissa McCarthy leads an all-star cast as Susan Cooper, a CIA analyst who gives provides information to Bond-esque superspy Bradley Fine (Jude Law). After Bradley’s latest…

A Fresh Comedy From The 1590s Shines With 10 Tony Nominations

Bringing the best of the 1590s and today to the stage, “Something Rotten!” is finding major success on Broadway and is nominated for 10 Tony Awards this Sunday. The show follows the story of brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom (Brian d’Arcy James and John Cariani, respectively), whom are struggling to write a new hit play…

“Something Rotten” Becomes Something Sweet for Schwarzkopf

Imagine meeting the person who helped make your dream a career. What would you say? What would you do? On May 9, that dream became a reality for senior Andrea Schwarzkopf. On a trip to New York City with a few friends, Schwarzkopf and I decided to go see the new musical “Something Rotten!” Little…

A Closer Look At The Wage Gap In Hollywood’s Entertainment Industry

In her 2011 documentary, “Miss Representation,” Jennifer Siebel Newsom states, “The more power women gain, the stronger the backlash against them.” This statement is just as true today. While women are performing the same jobs as men, they are still only earning 77 cents to the male’s dollar.

The Longest Cry For “The Longest Ride”

Co-Written with Brooke Rudisill * This article was awarded third place for Best Review (High Frequency – Student Division) at the Sunshine State Awards. Nicholas Sparks’ newest book-to-film adaptation brings out what audiences have become accustom to seeing in his work, but manages to rip the hearts out in a new way. “The Longest Ride”…

Top Five Songs From “Glee”

Now that a few weeks have passed since the emotional ending of “Glee,” it is time to look back at the top songs from the series.

Lynn Drama Makes Musical Debut

While many have become accustomed to the wonderful stage productions that the Lynn Drama program has put on for several years, today will mark the start of a new era with the first musical production on the stage of the Wold. “Is There Life After High School?” is a Broadway production that opened at the…

“Unfinished Business” Leaves Some Business Unfinished

Sometimes business trips are not going to be what you expected them to be, however if you have a business trip like the one in this film, you may need to rethink your position. Vince Vaughn leads this new comedy where his character, Dan Truckman, leaves his job to create a new company where he…

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…

How Women Are Using Their Celebrity To Fight For Equal Rights

At the Academy Awards, it’s all about the stars’ glitz and glamour. However, more than ever, women are challenging the stereotypes that follow them on the red carpets. Sexism is no longer something that is being ignored at awards shows, thanks to some of the most important women in Hollywood.

How Musical Numbers Stole The Show At The Oscars

The three best musical moments of the Oscars came from people who were not even nominated for awards. As always, the awards telecast featured performances from the nominees for Best Original Song and this year, the performances provided some of the most noteworthy moments of the night.