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The Woes of Hyperreality, one students opinion

The Woes of Hyperreality, one students opinion

Jeff Therriault Connector Staff We exist in a world drenched in representational art. From birth we experience representations of reality on television, in cinema, books, paintings, theatre and elsewhere, every day of our lives. The unfortunate result of this inexhaustible consumption of shadows of reality is the development of hyperreality, which began some time in

The burn out of the semester, how exhaustion coupled with a global pandemic is affecting students

Kaitlyn Sullivan Connector Staff As Midterm season comes and goes, I am sure that many students are experiencing the dreaded yet inevitable burnout. If you have been fortunate enough to have never experienced burnout, it is a state of constant exhaustion that is brought on from an immense amount of stress, typically from outside forces

NFL Week 4 ends with Patriots narrowly losing to Buccaneers

(Photo courtesy of Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones and Buccaneers veteran quarterback Tom Brady Andrew Wilcox Connector Contributor The New England Patriots fell short to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Oct. 3, narrowly losing at 19-17 losing the game narrowly 19-17. Spotty and unpredictable rain showers popped in and out during the game.

Let there be a blockbuster Venom sequel

(Photo Courtesy of Columbia Pictures) Kali Patterson Connector Contributor “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is an explosive expansion upon the 2018 release, “Venom”. The Marvel blockbuster presents elements of a comic book film, a friendship comedy and a twisted romance, and it somehow manages to make it all work cohesively. Directed by cinema veteran, Andy

No time to miss Craig, Daniel Craig, in his final James Bond adventure of “No Time To Die”

(Photo Courtesy of Eon Productions Ltd.) Harrison Lee Connector Editor After nearly two years of delay, the 25th James Bond installment is finally in theaters. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, “No Time To Die” made its exclusive debut to cinemas as Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as James Bond. Craig, who has played Bond

The Korean drama of “Squid Game” takes Netflix audiences and the world by storm

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix Studios) Emily Teague Connector Staff Korean thriller-drama series “Squid Game” became available to stream on Netflix in September 2021. It is captivating and intriguing online audiences even beyond the streaming service. “Squid Game” has, as of October 2021, reached more viewers in the month of its release than any other Netflix

FAFSA: What you need to know about applying for financial aid

Nicole J Estrada Rosario Connector Staff The time to file for FAFSA has arrived, with applications being accepted as early as Oct. 1. Financial aid comes on a first-come, first-served basis meaning that the earlier students apply, the better their chances are at getting more money awarded to them, as long as they qualify for

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