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Netflix’s Sabrina series returns for third season

Netflix’s <em>Sabrina</em> series returns for third season

Hannah Boucher | Staff Writer 01/30/20 Despite the fact that Halloween was three months ago, it seems as though spooky season has made a comeback with the recent release of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Chapter Three. Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also happens to write the popular CW show, Riverdale, The Chilling Adventures of […]

Overwatch League could squander casual experience

Overwatch League could squander casual experience

By Grant Stoner | Staff Writer 01/11/2018 In Nov. 2016, Blizzard Entertainment announced that its months-old objective-based shooter, Overwatch, would enter into the esports scene. Dubbed the Overwatch League, 12 teams from across the world will compete in a series of matches, hoping to secure a win in the championship. Overwatch’s admittance into esports will […]

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ finale closes out stellar season

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ finale closes out stellar season

By Nicole Prieto | Staff Writer 10/19/17 Drawing a close to what is possibly the greatest epoch in The Walking Dead TV-universe, Season 3 of Fear the Walking Dead literally blows things of the water in an action-packed, two-episode finale. Madison fulfilled her promise to Daniel to reunite him with his bitten daughter, Ofelia — […]

Red Masquers set to impress with ‘Orphie’

Red Masquers set to impress with ‘Orphie’

By Sean Armstrong | Staff Writer 09/28/17 When asked about the Red Masquers’ upcoming semester, “phantasmagorical” is one of the first words that rushed to President Nathaniel Yost’s mind as he attempts to describe the season the group has planned. The Red Masquers is a student-run organization hosted by the Theater Arts program in The […]

Editorial: TV’s favorite family faces cancellation

Editorial: TV’s favorite family faces cancellation

By Josiah Martin | Staff Writer After 28-years, “The Simpsons” has become a mainstay of American television. However, as of late, it has relied on cheap tricks for ratings instead of its once-praised writing and has suffered a decline in viewership as a result. Viewership for the 27th season was down to an abysmal average […]

Series finales ruin lives

By Katie Borzelleca

Campus tradition continues Thursday

Campus tradition continues Thursday

By Kaye Burnet | The Duquesne Duke  Duquesne’s 17th annual Night of Lights will take place on Thursday to ring in the holiday season. The evening will begin with Christmas caroling outside the Student Union on Academic Walk by Duquesne’s Chapel Choir. SGA President Attila Mihalik said the caroling will start at 4:30 p.m. and […]

Pirates winning season fulfills prophecy

By Michael Flewelling