Remakes tend to be a hit or miss in the entertainment world. While movie remakes tend to try and hit the same story beats as the former title, video game remakes also must take into consideration in how players will react to changes in how the title plays. Recently, CapcomContinue Reading

NSU’s production of “The Cat in the Hat” wasn’t what I expected, but due to great direction, expressive actors and well-done choreography, it made me have a smile on my face from beginning to end. The show itself is based off of the Dr. Seuss book of the same nameContinue Reading

DreamWorks has always been hit or miss with their sequels. While some of them build on what was previously established like Shrek 2 and Kung Fu Panda 2, others fair not as well especially when the third movie rolls around. However, with the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, DreamWorks’Continue Reading

NSU’s enrollment this spring of 10,155 students broke the school’s spring enrollment record compared to 9,931 students last spring. One of the major footsteps to gain this milestone was having strong public relations and marketing strategies in the past years. NSU has always had a strong focus on leadership, andContinue Reading

“Kingdom Hearts,” one of the weirdest and most successful crossovers between “Final Fantasy” and Disney has an insane legacy. From the original and second game on Playstation 2, the many continuations and stories from all the other titles, we finally get to the 12 entry in the series, “Kingdom HeartsContinue Reading

In honor of Black History Month, the Student Government Association is welcoming Kevin Powell as a speaker to encourage and support diversity on Northwestern State’s campus. He will speak on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Powell is a known writer, speaker and advocate of social justice. A New Jersey native, he hasContinue Reading

Northwestern State’s Chamber Choir is the only American group chosen to take part in an international competition in Baden, Austria. The choir was chosen among 10 other groups from around the world. Formed by Dr. Burt Allen in 1987, the NSU Chamber choir is a flagship choir and the mostContinue Reading

Adaptations for Japanese properties to live action hasn’t fared well in the past. People like to point out failures such as “Dragon Ball Evolution,” “Ghost in the Shell” or Netflix’s “Death Note” as examples of why live action movies based on popular shows don’t work. Recently Netflix distributed another oneContinue Reading

The theatre department at Creative and Performing Arts is set to premier their latest show, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” on Wednesday, Oct. 31. “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” by Tom Stoppard is loosely based on William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” The play is from the point of view of Rosencrantz andContinue Reading

When Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man 3” came out in 2007, I remember being excited to go see it. One of the main villains, Venom, was portrayed by Topher Grace. After watching the film, I was disappointed by his portrayal. After so many years, Venom gets another chance at the big screenContinue Reading