By Rachel Miles
On October 3 the supernatural horror film Annabelle was released to theaters. Annabelle was produced by James Wan, director of The Conjuring, of which Annabelle is both a prequel and a spin-off of sorts. This film is also based around the true story of the Annabelle doll that was a pivotal part of both [...]Continue Reading →
By Samantha Snead
The new season of American Horror Story began just under a month ago, yet it’s already about one-third of the way over. So far, we’ve met dozens of characters whose stories are some of the most unique to ever appear on AHS.
In the pilot episode, conjoined twins Bette and Dot, [...]Continue Reading →
By Erin Keating
It can be easy to get carried away when trick-or-treating when only motivation is getting more candy. However, in order for everyone to enjoy the holiday, there is an etiquette trick-or-treaters should follow. For starters, don’t visit houses that don’t have their front lights on. Generally, this is a sign that [...]Continue Reading →
Your first order of business is to promote your satanic ritual. Find friends that you think might be interested and ask them. Once you have recruited 10-14 participants (keep in mind that at least 3 will be used as sacrifices), you are ready to gather your materials.
So, what will you need? Candles, sheep’s or [...]Continue Reading →
By Emily Sorenson
Maybe you’re struggling to find an acceptable date to Prez Ball, or perhaps you’ve been so stressed out about midterm grades that you had a break out. So, you turn to voodoo and other magic tricks and charms to solve the problem.
Magic is powerful and can be very dangerous, so [...]Continue Reading →
I’ve been having a great semester so far, but recently my roommate has been freaking me out and it’s starting to reflect in my grades. She has been sleeping all day and goes out at night, which wouldn’t be a problem except she makes a lot of noise when she comes back [...]Continue Reading →
By: The Sexperts
First, let’s stop using the word slut: it has a negative connotation. I propose we use the term “person who is having more fun than the rest of us.” Let’s be honest, sex feels good. Actually, sex feels really freaking amazing. So for the people out there having more of it, [...]Continue Reading →
I don’t really have such a complicated question. There’s this guy I see around all the time and I obviously think he is really attractive, so how do I get him to notice me? I am a returning student this year. Do I just wait for him, or is there some cheesy pick [...]Continue Reading →
By The Sexperts
There’s nothing worse than being bored or boring your partner when you get down to business. Are you and your partner tired of the “same-old, same-old” when it comes to the bedroom, or are you just looking to try something new? Carrying out a fantasy or fixation can go a long [...]Continue Reading →
By Jack Hill
First off, let me say I have no issues with smoking or smokers. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a personal choice, and one you have a right to. What I do have an issue with, though, is being trapped behind a smoker when we both have to go to the [...]Continue Reading →
I had a solid group of friends last year, but we had a falling out and now I’m basically friendless. My roommate is never around, so I don’t even have her as a friend. I’ve joined a few clubs, but I still find myself painfully shy, and the people I meet there never [...]Continue Reading →
By Samantha Snead
Wash your hands. Doorknobs, computer keyboards, classroom desks, elevator buttons… Every surface you touch puts you at risk for coming into contact with those nasty germs. Hand sanitizer can occasionally be used as a substitute, but don’t overdo it.
Clean your room. Keep Lysol wipes handy to disinfect desks and [...]Continue Reading →
By Lyndee Zeller
On weekends, I flutter off to assist two wonderful wedding photographers to capture one of a couple’s most important steps in their path to a lasting relationship: the wedding day. I have been to twelve weddings in the past three months, and in that time, I have gathered insight on what [...]Continue Reading →
By Jac Frost
“So here we are: a thief, two thugs, an assassin and a maniac. But we’re not going to stand by as evil wipes out the galaxy. I guess we’re stuck together, partners.” – Peter Quill
Guardians of the Galaxy was the definitive blockbuster of the summer, if not the entire [...]Continue Reading →
By Erin Keating
The iPhone 6 has been so highly anticipated that their pre-orders are breaking records according to Apple. However, is it really worth the hype? The new iPhone 6 slogan “Bigger than Bigger” is ringing true. Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have substantially larger and higher resolution screens than [...]Continue Reading →
I really like my roommate and we get along well. However, he/she keeps bringing their significant other over almost every other night, and I keep getting “sexiled” when I have a right to my room also. What should I do?
I suggest that you sit down with your [...]Continue Reading →
On September 16, Gordon Wood came to Roanoke College to give a talk on advice America can give the new Egyptian government. The talk began with an explanation of the Arab Spring beginning in 2012. The first country to fall to this was Tunisia, followed by Egypt. Then, in the spring of [...]Continue Reading →
As this school year progresses, I’m being assigned more and more papers and projects. I have a group project coming up, and everyone is working together great, except one member. We have tried everything we can think of to make the situation better with this one group member, but they don’t seem to [...]Continue Reading →
Dr. Nicholas Davey returned to the Roanoke College Campus Friday, September 12, for a second time to present his speech titled “Hermeneutics, Experience and Education.” Davey is a Professor of Philosophy from the University of Dundee in Scotland. The event took place at 4:15 in Pickle Lounge of the Colket Center and [...]Continue Reading →
On Saturday September 6th, Demi Lovato kicked off her first ever world tour in Baltimore. The doors to the arena opened at 6:30, and the show was set to begin at 7:30. For those who have been to a concert, you know that they rarely start on time but, to my surprise, [...]Continue Reading →