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Blinn Reviews: El Camino

Blinn Reviews: El Camino

John Blinn, News Editor

October 24, 2019

In 2013, Vince Gilligan left "Breaking Bad" fans around the world with a cliff-hanger. The series finale showed the lovable crystal meth chef, Jesse Pinkman, screaming and crying with relief as he sped away from his former life of mistakes and towards a chance of freedom and redemption. Although brief,...

Top Secret Colonials host Pittsburgh comedian Matt Light

Matt Light's routine had the audience laughing the whole night. Photo credit: Scott McDanel

Scott McDanel, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 21, 2019

The Top Secret Colonials hosted Pittsburgh native stand-up comedian Matt Light in the Westinghouse Ballroom in Yorktown on October 18.

Students gather in Yorktown hall for Paint Your Pride

Students gather in Yorktown hall for Paint Your Pride

Soundharjya Babu, News Assistant Editor

October 16, 2019

Students on campus came together for the Paint Your Pride event in Yorktown Hall for a chance to express themselves. The Student Alliance for Equality (SAFE) and the Community Advisers at Yorktown Hall held the pride event, which featuring music and colorful rainbow themed decorations. The event started...

Review: Joker

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David Auth, Contributor

October 9, 2019

The highly anticipated R rated Joker solo film released on October 4. The movie has been one of the most heavily discussed movies in recent memory, and after seeing the film, it's easy to see why. When the movie premiered at the Venice Film Festival, it allegedly received an eight minute long standing...

Scote’s G.O.A.T.S. – The Toy Dolls

The Toy Dolls' current line up consists of (from left to right) The Mr. Amazing Duncan, Tommy Goober, and Olga

Scott McDanel, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 2, 2019

As a genre of music, punk songs usually are about going against an established system or empowering the listener. Famous and more familiar punk groups like Green Day and Sex Pistols follow a trend of rebellion, edgy lyrics and being a staple of teenage angst. However, not every punk band is cut from...

Plenty of puppies play at Moon Park Puppy Parade

Sarah Gabany, Contributor

October 1, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- Located off of Ewing Road in Moon, Moon Park is known to have many events throughout the year to bring the community together. Their annual Puppy Parade took off without a hitch this weekend. The Puppy Parade was created for all dog lovers to enjoy and for dog owners to bring out th...

Review: DaBaby’s “KIRK”

Review: DaBaby's

Zachary Somma, Contributor

September 30, 2019

Rapper DaBaby delivers a mixed bag of tracks on his newest studio album, “KIRK." This is the second album that he has dropped this year after releasing his first studio album: “Baby On Baby." His rapping profile has risen exponentially over the past year or so due to his standout voice and personality...

Yorktown Global Village hosts Henna Night

A group of students bonding and designing henna art. Photo credit: Lauren Comito

Kaelei Whitlatch, Contributor

September 28, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- Yorktown Hall’s student lounge was buzzing on Sept. 26. Couches, tables and booths were filled with students designing their own henna temporary tattoos. Henna is a popular art form in Middle Eastern and South Asian countries such as India, Morocco and Yemen. Henna is a dye made f...

Tyler, The Creator brings “IGOR” to life at Stage AE

Tyler, The Creator brings

Zachary Somma, Contributor

September 27, 2019

Rapper, singer, and celebrity personality Tyler, The Creator performed at Stage AE for his "IGOR" tour.

Yorktown hosts Oktoberfest celebration

Students gathered in the Yorktown lobby to mingle and learn about German culture. Photo credit: Kassandra Boyd

Kassandra Boyd, Contributor

September 25, 2019

Cultures collided Sept. 16 in the Yorktown lobby during Oktoberfest, Robert Morris University's spin on the two-week long German festival held annually in Munich.