CBS late night is going green and white this week.Craig Kilborn, host of The Late Late Show, is turning his Wednesday night program into an MSU-fest, integrating the university into jokes and his regular segments, including Five Questions.Its unclear if viewers should expect the typical farm and riot jokes.
Nothing to do this break? Grab some friends and hit the Michigan roads. Assuming snow happens this winter on our warmed planet, Michigan offers a slew of opportunities for winter fun.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone smacks the big screen tonight, and enthusiasts of all-ages are expected to stampede to the films much-anticipated premiere. Psychology senior Stephanie Wilson gushes for Harry Potter, living proof that hes a magnet to more than the average fourth grader. Its simple, but it hooks you in, said an enthusiastic Wilson of J.K.
Sure, Harry Potter grips millions with wizard frenzy.But The Lord of the Rings trilogy, arguably a king of the fantasy genre, will soon leap from book to the big screen too.History senior Andy Miller has read the series several times and considers himself a fan. Fantasy writers are always trying to create their own worlds, but none are as original as Middle-Earth, he said.Middle-Earth is the fantasy realm in which the tales are based.