Many have wondered what a sequel to “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” would look like. With quick wit and a crude sense of humor that appeals to even the most mature, it is hard to think there is something that could come close.
If you are looking for a novel to give you a few laughs, I would highly recommend picking up a copy of “Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened,” by Allie Brosh. “Hyperbole” is more of a collection of short stories than a novel with a premise. Brosh recollects hysterical moments from her childhood, along with comical struggles she has faced as an adult.
The winter break is a time to pick up the hobbies that we all lose during the fall semester, between studying and extra-curricular activities. For me, that is reading, especially one of my favorite authors, Stephen King.
It is impossible to watch “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” or any of writer/director Wes Anderson’s work, without looking at it through the scope of his career. If you have seen even a portion of one of his eight feature films you can immediately tell he is a director with an auteur stronger than perhaps any in history.
Each year on the Monday before Thanksgiving, about 20 local crafters sell their homemade goods to benefit local charities in Shippensburg. Premier Events will be hosting the fifth annual Christmas for Causes on Monday, Nov. 24 from 6-9 p.m.
Philo and HBO GO, two services many students on campus have probably heard being tossed around. The big question is, why are these terms being thrown around and what do they have to do with Shippensburg University?
I have heard nothing but good things about the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” After watching the first two episodes, I now understand why everyone loves it. I am only two episodes in and am already hooked.