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Ojeda Review: The Magnificent Seven

I am not a big fan of western films, I find them very boring and not my top choice of movie. When I decided to watch The Magnificent Seven my opinion changed drastically. The start of the film introduces a small town by the name of Rose Creek. The town is seized by Bartholomew Bogue and his army of savage men. Chisolm played by Academy Award winner Denzel Washington is put to recruit 11 men to fight back, n ...

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Boxed Water: Is it really better?

Many have gone into convenience stores and walked by the coolers that contain the bottled drinks. Most people have also purchased bottled water from convenience stores. What do these two situations have in common? The answer lies in the type of drink that people are buying. The most recent fad in individually sold drinks is Boxed Water. This brand of water is sold in a cardboard box with a screw-on lid. It’ ...

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Air Fish One

In honor of President Obama’s expansion of the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument scientists have named a newly discovered fish after the 43rd president. President Obama has not been quiet about the situation that the environment is in and has spoken about climate change numerous times. The expansion added almost 450,000 square miles to the Marine National Monument bringing its size to roughly twice ...

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First Art Show of the Year: Ruth Mirtz

Kansas Wesleyan University held their first art exhibition of the school year on Friday, September 10th. We usually hold up to six art exhibits each year. "The exhibits give the students a chance to experience something different from the rest of campus," said Lori Wright, the Associate Professor of Art. The exhibit is a collection of mixed media artwork done entirely by Ruth Mirtz. Her work will be display ...

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In Like Flynn: The Grease Theory

During the 1978 classic, Grease, the song Summer Nights by Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta reveals a theory that fans are going crazy over. In the song, John Travolta sings the line “I saved her life, she nearly drowned,” and the theory is that Travolta, or Danny, never saved her life and she did drown in the ocean. This means that the rest of the film would be about Danny daydreaming of how their scho ...

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Nailed it: Get the Perfect Nails Every Time

Many people, when wanting to look good, want to go and get their nails done. However, that can become very pricey and your nails can end up looking terrible if you don’t go to the right place. So, to avoid breaking the bank and a horrible nail job, here’s how to paint your nails the proper way. First, you need to make sure your nails are filed and buffed. This can take up to 5 minutes when done correctly. F ...

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Dorm Room Recipes: Stove Top Orange Chicken

Hello, Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes, and welcome to the Dorm Room Recipe section. To start off our fall semester I am bringing you one of my favorite recipes. I found it this summer. This stove top orange chicken recipe is fun and easy to make. It is also absolutely delicious. To make it you will need the following; Orange chicken sauce ingredients: ◦1 Cup BBQ Sauce ◦1 Cup Sweet Orange Marmalade ◦2 TBSP Soy Sauc ...

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Movie Review: The Crooks ,The Bad,and The Ugly

Over the Summer there was an abundance of action, horror, romance, and sci-fi film releases. These releases made the break from school a bit more exciting, but of them all Suicide Squad is totally worth watching if not yet seen. Yes, there were many films that were added to my long list of favorite movies, but the one movie that fulfilled the cavernous void in my heart was the one, the only, Suicide Squad. ...

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Book Review: “The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness: Wolf Brother”

Autumn Zimmerman, Editor This weekend, I partook in a journey of epic proportions. I visited a mysterious era and explored an astounding world that one would never believe could have existed. I read a book that allowed my imagination to run wild. This book, Wolf Brother, has captivated its readers and has shed light on the rugged past of the Western Hemisphere. Autumn Zimmerman | The Advance Set in what is ...

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Movie Review: “Jungle Book”

Director Jon Favreau brought the magic of Disney’s “Jungle Book” back to the big screen in a live action retailing. Keeping Walt Disney’s goal of, innovation in all films, Fevreau and his team used new technology  to bring animation and live action together. Keeping true to the classic story of the “Jungle Book,” the flick follows young man cub, Mowgli (Neel Sethi), as he is forced back into the man village ...

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