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The “Zombie Apocalypse” takes over the OU campus

By Scott Davis

October 29, 2015

Coinciding with this week’s release of Paramount’s Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, the Oakland University campus saw plenty zombie related activities around its campus.  Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse follow...

Comics: The Best Scares

By Benjamin Peterson

October 28, 2015

It is almost that time of the year again- Halloween- the time to watch all the scary movies one can brave through and eat all the candy their stomach can handle. And, while Halloween is a great time for these activities and t...

Comics – Spawn

By Ben Peterson

October 14, 2015

In 1992, Image Comics, a new independent comic book company, was founded by a team of artists and writers who left Marvel Comics in order to create a place for creators to maintain the rights to their creations. Alongside big busi...

Q&A: Documentary director talks “He Named Me Malala”

By Scott Davis

October 8, 2015

Director Davis Guggenheim speaks about the dangers Malala and her family faced, artistic choices, and how he hopes others will relate to this story.“He Named Me Malala” follows the every day life of a young Pakistani girl,...

Comics: Green Lantern Corps

Comics: Green Lantern Corps

September 23, 2015

Review: Johnny Depp headlines a great cast in a by-the-numbers gangster film

By Scott Davis

September 18, 2015

“Black Mass” features loads of fine acting, but it pales in comparison to other classic gangster films it desperately aims to be.            Spanning multiple decades in South Boston, “Black Mass” tells the true story of criminal mas...

Comic Books: The Three Captain Americas

By Ben Peterson

September 17, 2015

Everybody knows the story by now- Steve Rogers, a young man from Brooklyn, wishes to stand up to the bullies of the world and help right wrongs, as simple as that. What is stopping him? His small stature. So, through highly advanced neuro-science, Steve Rogers is given a s...

Ann Arbor teen cooking (and dancing) his way through “Rachael Ray’s Kids Cook-Off”

By Scott Davis

September 7, 2015

Young Michigan native explains his love for cooking, meeting Rachael Ray, and why he dances while he cooks.            Christopher Ekpiken, 13, is from Ann Arbor, Michigan and has been cooking for over seven years. ...

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