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Scote’s G.O.A.T.S. – Russkaja

Scote’s G.O.A.T.S. – Russkaja

Scott Mcdanel, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Featured A&E, Music

Ever think to yourself: “Gee, I wish I was invited to Joseph Stalin’s beach party?” Besides the fact that Stalin has been dead for a long time, he did not throw beach parties. Trust me, I looked it up. Not to mention if he did, it would probably be catered by gulag prisoners, and that would be...

Cooking with Chef Hanna – Beer Pretzels

Cooking with Chef Hanna – Beer Pretzels

Jonathan Hanna, Contributor

November 9, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Food, Top Stories

Chef Hanna shares his recipes for beer pretzels, an addictive treat you are sure to crave.

Humans of RMU: The horror fanatic

Humans of RMU: The horror fanatic

Maura Linehan, Arts and Entertainment Manager

October 31, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Features, Humans of RMU, Movies, Top Stories

Read the inside story on horror from Ray Zaperoni, a long time enthusiast of the genre of fear.

Deep Dive: The death of the horror genre

Deep Dive: The death of the horror genre

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

October 28, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Featured A&E, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

A deeper look at the changes in horror since the 1980s.

Humans of RMU: The Guitar Player

Humans of RMU: The Guitar Player

Maura Linehan

September 25, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Humans of RMU, Music, Top Stories

When he heard the distinctive guitar line of the “The Munsters’” theme song, Joe Hale, RMU Academic Media Center’s TV engineer, decided that he loved the sound of the electric guitar. The feeling it gave him was the reason he started playing, and his relationship with music has continued unabated....

Humans of RMU: The psychology professor

Humans of RMU: The psychology professor

Maura Linehan

April 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Humans of RMU, Top Stories

Understanding one’s self — who you are and why you are — can be a complicated process. In fact, knowing why you are programmed to do certain things can help you gain insight into who you are. Stephen Paul, Ph.D., who is now a professor of psychology, found his own career while he wa...

Arby’s “Meat Mountain” challenge

Arby’s “Meat Mountain” challenge

Garret Roberts

April 12, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Culture, Features, Food, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Food challenges have existed for years, ranging from wings to massive burgers, yet the most recent challenge to haunt the stomach’s of Americans is none other than Arby’s “Meat Mountain.” Enticing challengers with the “Meat Sweats,” a sweat suit with a meat pattern from top to bottom, the...

Humans of RMU: The WLMP director

Humans of RMU: The WLMP director

Maura Linehan

March 28, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Humans of RMU, Top Stories

In 1987, the United States declared March as Women’s History Month. According to womenshistorymonth.gov, it recognizes the contributions of women to the nation. Over four years ago, Lauren Rauscher, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, came to RMU and took on the role of Director for the Wome...

Humans of RMU: The poison author

Humans of RMU: The poison author

Maura Linehan

January 25, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Humans of RMU, Top Stories

For many, the iconic animated films of their childhood provide warm memories of growing up. Taking a closer look at the story lines, viewers may not remember how many times someone gets poisoned as part of the film. From the apple that makes Snow White fall into an endless sleep to the little brothers tu...

Humans of RMU: The sculptor

Humans of RMU: The sculptor

Maura Linehan

October 20, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Humans of RMU, Top Stories

Awards — whether they bring international celebrity or simply recognize a good deed — typically come with a statue or plaque to commemorate the occasion. What might not be so obvious is that someone had to design the award long before anyone actually received it. For one of the awards presented here...