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Dining in Old Towne: Watson’s Drugs & Soda Fountain

This review is a part of a new series, "Dining in Old Towne," in which freshman business major Jake Defeo reviews old classics and mainstays of The Orange Plaza for The Panther. Located in the Orange Plaza, Watson’s is the quintessential '50s diner that has remained virtually unchanged in every way since the 1950s, except for its prices, w...

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‘True Story’ is filled with lies

When I first read the plot for “True Story,” I was instantly intrigued. New York Times reporter Michael Finkel (Jonah Hill) is discredited and fired after fabricating an article. Afterward, no one will hire him and he almost loses hope when he makes a discovery that changes his life forever: a man named Christian Longo (James Franco) was ar...

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Between weekends in the desert, Los Angeles act shines

It’s the time of year where flower crowns have come and gone. Indio, California will soon turn back into just a place in the desert where polo matches and golf are the main sources of entertainment. The rock stars that played at Coachella have left and resumed their regular tour dates with just a memory of the dry desert heat. Coachella, i...

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Service dogs aid people with disabilites

Everyday she walks across campus only to have people ask the name or breed of her dog, never once asking her name. Carley Waterbury, a freshman women’s history and integrated educational studies major, uses the help of her service dog, Brady, to make her life as easy as possible.  Students on campus are permitted to use service dogs to...

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Feminists fight for gender equality in China

After having the opportunity to join fellow feminists in the Vagina Monologues this year, Christine Liu felt empowered by her experience and enjoyed the chance for freedom of expression—but she knew that if she was back home to China, she probably would have been denied such an opportunity. In many other cultures, the few who protest for human...

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PeopleSoft replaces WebAdvisor

Chapman University has adopted a new course registration system for students to use in preparation for fall 2015: PeopleSoft. I have used it so far to see which courses will be available in the fall, and the first thing I noticed was that it’s the same system for when I registered for courses at Cal State Fullerton. A quick Google search...

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‘Hamlet’ twist funny and rich

Have you ever been haunted by the feeling you aren’t sure of where you’re going, but you’re pretty sure it’s nowhere good? It’s a feeling you won’t have on your way to Waltmar Theatre to see “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” partly because it’s easy to find, and because you’ll be in for a wonderfully performed and ...

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Maroon 5 is sweet like sugar

The concert started with mysterious howling that echoed from backstage and then Maroon 5 appeared from behind fog, singing “Animals.” Everyone in the crowd instantly got on their feet. I attended my third Maroon 5 concert April 6 and was blown away. A smile has been plastered on my face since I arrived at the Honda Center, where Maroon 5 pla...

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Guitar quartet places first at national competition

Moments before stepping onstage at the 14th annual Brownsville Guitar Festival and Competition, Sean Atkinson offered some final inspiration to the rest of his ensemble: “Alright boys, let’s give ‘em hell.” After constant practice over the last year, the consonance that followed earned Chapman’s classical guitar quartet first place...

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Musical duo gets signed to Swedish music label

When Evan DeVries and Nick Gates moved into their Pralle-Sodaro dorm room their freshman year, they both had separate visions for their music. DeVries was into indie music and song writing while Gates liked producing EDM, and neither of them were interested in making anything else. Two years later, the duo—now dubbed Blün, a shortened ver...

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