A brief history of Mardi Gras

By Lucy Reis, E23 Reporter Over the years, Mardi Gras has evolved into a day, or even several days, full of parties and parades. Although colorful and lively, these celebrations have managed to mask the true meaning of the holiday. Over the years, Mardi Gras has evolved into a day, or even several days, full […]

E23 – Feb. 23, 2017

This week’s episode of E23 features all things film as we look forward to the 2017 Oscars! Also, in a special edition of Spare the Skip Ian Teoh and Tre Warfield debate who is the better artist: Beyoncé or Taylor Swift? You decide! All that and more on this week’s episode of E23!  

Planet of the Apes Director on to Helm DC’s “The Batman”

By Jacob Douglas, E23 Reporter “The Batman” has found its director. Warner Brother’s announced that Matt Reeves will direct the DCEU’s first Batman solo film. “We are thrilled to have Matt Reeves taking the helm of Batman, the crown jewel of our DC slate,” said Warner Bros. Pictures Group, president and chief content officer, Toby […]

Craft Studio Open House

By Eileen Sheeran, E23 Reporter One of the best ways to become a well-rounded person is to find something you can make money at, another that keeps you fit and one more that lets you let out your creativity. The Craft Studio on campus is a great resource for the third hobby. The studio was […]

The Bachelor Season Recap

By Rachel Zalucki, E23 Reporter This year, after almost two decades of constant belligerence from family and friends, I finally caved and watched “The Bachelor”. And I can honestly say, I’m conflicted. These girls are either sincerely misguided or subtly networking their acting careers. I mean, if I was getting paid to wear beautiful dresses […]

The Hot Seat: Beyonce pregnancy announcement

By Lanitta Collier, E23 Reporter What a time to be alive. Beyonce has stopped the world, once again, breaking the Internet in light of her recent announcement that she is pregnant with twins! She dropped the news on her instagram knocking Selena Gomez off for most liked Instagram post with a picture of her in all […]

10 things to do on Valentine’s Day when you’re single

By Rachel Zalucki, E23 Reporter Valentine’s Day is almost here, and once again, no Valentine. As much as the urge to sit around in our pajamas and lament our unchanged Facebook statuses weighs on our hearts, we press on. We get up, we get dressed, and we scowl at all the couples around us. This […]

The Flattout Truth on movies and television to heal a broken heart

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter A strong support network of friends and family, coupled with a resilient sense of independence, is what it truly takes to get over a hard break-up. There is that initial period, however, where most will find themselves in an emotional state equivalent to that of the Democratic National Convention: […]

Student show off artistic talent at The Undergraduate Visual Art and Design Showcase

The Undergraduate Visual Art and Design Showcase was displayed at Jesse Auditorium on Jan. 30, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Many undergraduate students displayed their work for all to see. The pieces ranged from photography, drawings and paintings, to displays of apparel and other three-D features such as a flower wall and a structural […]

E23’s Table Talk- Feb. 12, 2017

E23 takes addresses problems in Hollywood and the film industry in general. Resident Film Expert Cameron Flatt and E23’s Executive Director Davis McCondichie discuss issues such as the the lack of women in film production roles, trailers that give the entire plot away and the state of the Blockbuster.