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5 movies from 2018 to watch over fall break

Ty Davis November 13, 2018

Fall break is quickly approaching and that means some time off. So, with a few allotted days of free time, students can kick back and relax and catch up on some things that they might have missed while...

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Summer Movies: two to see, one to watch out for, one to avoid

Ty Davis June 25, 2018

Summertime means school can be on the backburner, and you can get to that list of movies to catch up on. Here are two to see, one to watch out for, and one to avoid.  First to see: BlaKKKlansman Spike...

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Lyric Review: ‘The Death of Stalin’ falls short on laughs with spotty writing and a slow plot

Ty Davis April 26, 2018

Despite having a few days to mull over the quality of “The Death of Stalin," I am still unsure of what to make of it. By no means is it not funny, but is it not as gut-busting as the marketing or indie-buffs...

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ACT Human Rights Film Festival: ‘Mama Colonel’ doesn’t pull any punches

Ty Davis April 12, 2018

If the last few years has not robbed you of your empathy, then brace yourself to watch this movie. "Mama Colonel" almost made me cry where I sat. Sexual and child abuse are prevalent problems in the Democratic...

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ACT Human Rights Film Festival: ‘A Memory in Khaki’ shows a different side of the Syrian conflict

Ty Davis April 10, 2018

You may not know the full the story of the Syrian civil war, but ACT Human Right's Flim Festival's "A Memory in Khaki" will fill you in.  “We want to tell the history and the background story of...

ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off with hard-hitting student short films

ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off with hard-hitting student short films

Ty Davis April 6, 2018

Thursday night in Colorado State University’s Eddy building was a place for enlightenment and inspiration.  The third annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicked off with a presentation of eight...

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