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Breakfast satisfaction at Eggs N’at

Breakfast satisfaction at Eggs N’at

Maura Linehan
March 29
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

One of the best kept secrets in Moon Township is Eggs N’at; a local breakfast and lunch restaurant that serves up classic feel-good food for the hungry locals who are in the know. This is a spot where you can start your day off with a satisfying meal in a homey environment from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mo...

Heroine Spotlight: Princess Leia

Heroine Spotlight: Princess Leia

Malik Frierson
March 24
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Movies, Top Stories

When discussing famous and amazing female characters, it's almost impossible to not bring up the absolutely amazing Princess Leia Organa. Making her debut in the film "Star Wars: A New Hope," the moment Leia appeared on screen you knew she wasn't your ordinary princess--taking out a stormtrooper an...

Iron Fist: Marvel’s first weak hitter

Iron Fist: Marvel’s first weak hitter

Sean Koepfinger
March 22
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories, TV

Since 2015, Marvel's adult-oriented Netflix Originals have landed punch after punch with their hard-hitting, gritty and visceral superhero series. Unfortunately, their latest contender, "Marvel's Iron Fist," fails to strike a solid blow. Spoilers to follow.The biggest mistake in "Iron Fist" is the to...

The art of the nail

The art of the nail

Maura Linehan
March 21
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Of all the forms of art in the world, people would not generally think of turning the end of someone’s finger into a miniature work of art. Before the explosion of social media, there would have been limited opportunities to see this art form, but the reach of on-line video has made it possible fo...

Heroine Spotlight: Eleven

Heroine Spotlight: Eleven

Malik Frierson
March 17
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories, TV

The first heroine to get the spotlight is everyone's favorite Eggo-eating, Demogorgan-demolishing, psychic little lady Eleven, also known as El, from the Netflix original series "Stranger Things." Eleven was no doubt an obvious choice to get the spotlight. Taken from her mother as a baby, Eleven was rais...

Time to breakout of winter

Time to breakout of winter

Jocelyn Burns
March 15
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Getting a little tease of spring with a 75-degree day before Spring Break couldn't have been better. It gave students a little hope that the next season is right around the corner. Now that the break is over, students are in full spring-mode and are ready to finish out the semester. With the sun shining...

Peeps Oreo: Missing a flavor of spring

Peeps Oreo: Missing a flavor of spring

Maura Linehan
March 13
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Over 100 years ago, in 1912, the Oreo was first introduced to the world. In the decades that have followed, this chocolate wafer cookie with cream filling has become one of the most iconic food brands in the world. With slogans such as “Wonderfilled" and the well known "Milk's Favorite Cookie,” it...

Logan: A fresh take on the superhero genre

Logan: A fresh take on the superhero genre

Sean Koepfinger
March 3
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

"Logan," the latest entry in the long-running X-Men franchise, manages to stand out in an over-saturated genre and serves as a proper farewell to old faces.Based on the graphic novel "Old Man Logan," "Logan" tells the story of an elderly Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) in the not too distant future. As one o...

Throwback Thursday: Favorite TV shows

Throwback Thursday: Favorite TV shows

Maya Ehikhamenor
March 2
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories, TV

Nostalgia. Whether it is an old game we see at a store, a reminder of our favorite movie as a kid or a TV show that just never gets old, nostalgia is something that makes us wish we can go back to how things once were just so we can relive that special moment.The shows of today cannot compare to the on...

Humans of RMU: The visiting bookseller

Humans of RMU: The visiting bookseller

Maura Linehan
March 1
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

For almost three decades, Robert Waskowicz has been selling books. It all began as he studied for a master's degree in English at IUP, and it has since made him a familiar face at Robert Morris over the past 20 years. Back in the beginning, it was the combination of being an avid reader and a chance...