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Wynton Marsalis & the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra didn't just perform at the MSU Auditorium Wednesday night they generated a mind-blowing event.
The show was over before the audience had a chance to grasp the virtuosity of jazz brilliance on stage.
MSU alumni Marty Shea and Ian Bonner are making names for themselves in the film business.
Their recent short film "21 Carbs," which Shea and Bonner wrote and directed, has won two awards and been accepted to eight film festivals.
An MSU education has fueled alumni on the road to exciting careers all over the world.
For 1999 graduate George Katsiris, his philosophy degree served as a catalyst for the creation of a record label based in the Big Apple.
The title sums up the whole plot "Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World" is about just that.
A sick feeling hit my stomach all of a sudden.
While sitting at my desk in my dorm room surfing the Web and eating an evening sandwich, I couldn't help but feel rather repulsed.
The fact that I blew off studying for a test MacGyver marathons get me every time did not have an overall effect in deterring my appetite.
I had just received a pop-up from www.AdultFriendFinder.com, the popular Web site with its home page indicating that it is in fact "the world's largest sex & swinger personals site." After nearly regurgitating the sandwich, I was caught off guard by the (ahem) revealing shots in the member profiles.
Being a self-described rugged bachelor, I curiously decided to take a gander at what the site had to offer.
Filled with thousands upon thousands of "sexually liberated members" with such names as "2HoT4u" or "BuTtErCup420," these swingers were more than willing to "hook up" or allow access to their "sexy webcam videos." Long walks on the beach need not apply.
Every week, The State News presents five things going on in the world of pop culture that might make your life a little bit better.
When you hear the word "jazz," what comes to mind?
Smoky clubs in Chicago in the '50s?
It's that time of year again the quality of new motion picture releases has been progressively dropping, and it's about to hit the low point.
Crossword puzzles across campus are feeling spurned as more and more people turn to the number game Sudoku to tease their brains.
The game that requires no math has become a staple in newspapers around the country, including The State News.
It was reintroduced to the nation last spring, according to an article about the game in the current issue of American Scientist.
Some students, such as accounting junior Sean Brennan, imported the game after spending the summer abroad.
"I went to Ireland over the summer and they had that all over the newspapers," Brennan said, who now has a Sudoku day calendar and completes about two puzzles a day.
Sudoku puzzles can usually take between 10 minutes and a half hour, depending on the puzzle's difficulty and player's skill, according to www.sudoku.com.
Sister Nancy Murray made her way through the crowd in St. John's Student Parish Friday night, greeting the audience with a heavy Italian accent, embodying her alter ego St.
The snow outside couldn't stop The Temple Club from transforming into a hip-hop hotbed Friday night.
Booming beats, bouncing butts and booze were the catalyst for Detroit rapper Proof's rowdy headlining performance at the club, 500 E.
Mark Zupan vividly remembers the night of the accident or at least until it happened.
Following his Florida Atlantic University soccer game, Zupan went out to the bar with his friends.
I'm not an avid television watcher in fact as a general rule I hate TV shows. But like all rules, there is an exception, and that exception is "24." It doesn't matter how much schedule rearrangement is necessary; I will not miss that show.
I started watching "24" last year during its fourth season.
Monday night was the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards. The award show spans both television and motion picture achievement, and is often used as a predictor of Academy Award winners.
Let's face it: One of the greatest pleasures of the Golden Globes is the fashion. We like to follow stars such as Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Natalie Portman to see what fabulous gowns they have donned this time.
"Hoodwinked" is a new version of the Little Red Riding Hood story that tells what really happened at Granny's house, and in case you didn't know, Granny is a baked goodies tycoon.
Every week, The State News presents five things going on in the world of pop culture.
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