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Alumnus Erik Courtney (right) and his wife, Nadine Jolie Courtney (left), will star on Bravo's second season of "Newlyweds: The First Year," premiering Tuesday. 
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Alumnus Erik Courtney (right) and his wife, Nadine Jolie Courtney (left), will star on Bravo's second season of "Newlyweds: The First Year," premiering Tuesday. 
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Movie Review: ‘Cinderella’

“Cinderella” Directed by Kenneth Branagh Walt Disney Pictures 3.5 paws Although Disney’s live-action showcases have never been quite as cherished as its animated features, an exception may have been made with the revitalization of the story about a girl who lost her shoe. Read more...

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Movie Review: ”71′

“’71”Directed by Yann Demange Roadside Attractions 4.0 / 5.0 paws One of art’s most majestic qualities lies in how viewing experiences can be shaped by real-life experiences. Read more...

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Q&A: GEMS CEO Rachel Lloyd discusses documentary ‘Very Young Girls’

When she was 19 years old, Rachel Lloyd finally escaped the life in which she had grown up – commercial sexual exploitation. Four years later, as a survivor, Lloyd founded Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS) in New York in 1998 in order to help and empower girls and young women like herself who’d been domestically trafficked and commercially sexually exploited. Read more...


Adult film star James Deen will speak in a panel held by the USAC Campus Events Commission and Student Wellness Commission Wednesday. (jamesdeen.com)
Adult film star James Deen will speak in a panel held by the USAC Campus Events Commission and Student Wellness Commission Wednesday. (jamesdeen.com)

Ryan Trihernawan, a third-year computer science student, released ShuutMe, a video-sharing app for iPhone and Android, last week. Inspired by film industry marketing strategies, each video in the app has a limited number of times it can be viewed before it becomes private, emphasizing exclusivity over mass consumption.
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Ryan Trihernawan, a third-year computer science student, released ShuutMe, a video-sharing app for iPhone and Android, last week. Inspired by film industry marketing strategies, each video in the app has a limited number of times it can be viewed before it becomes private, emphasizing exclusivity over mass consumption.
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