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Comic store fills void in Old Towne

For a location that prides itself on being reminiscent of an American town of the past, a comic shop is exactly what Old Towne Orange should have already had. “Big Red Comics,” a comic book collectable store, opened Jul. 19 near the corner of Glassell Street and Maple Avenue. It is the type of place one can imagine children visiting after scho...

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Roskam ‘drops’ the ball on crime drama

A crime drama set in Brooklyn with elements of neo-noir has a story with no complexity and lacks the tension to glue viewers to their seats. “The Drop,” directed by Belgian filmmaker Michael Roskam and released Sept. 12, is a film with a great cast, cold atmosphere, cute pitbull puppy and an overall mediocre script. The title of the movie ori...

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New display opens discussion on student identities

Samantha Summers’ photo hangs on display in the Student Union gallery. The description printed on it says she comes from a non-traditional family, belongs to the Republican Party and understands the disadvantages that come with having dyslexia. These three characteristics are what she has said set her apart from other students. Twelve student...

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Turning the tide on a culture of sexual assault

A mattress bobs above the heads of students on Chapman’s quiet campus. Held over their heads in a collective effort it almost looks like a group of friends helping someone move into a new house. Unfortunately, the truth is much more sobering. Twenty-five members of “I Am That Girl,” an organization dedicated to empowering women, carried a ...

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‘V’: Sensual yet shallow

Instead of standing and jumping to one’s feet in an excited frenzy over the release of Maroon 5’s album, “V,” Sept. 2, I imagine a room full of slow clappers and maybe a few pats on the back from fans instead. Adam Levine, lead singer, has powerful vocals. Each song showcases his strengths as an artist and his slow husky voice makes thi...

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Burrito stuffed full of average

If you have somehow managed to get bored with all the Mexican restaurants in town, you’re in luck – Miguel’s Jr. Homestyle Mexican Food is a new option, but not the best. The Corona-based fast food chain opened its first Orange location this summer, right off the corner of Tustin Street and Katella Avenue. I’m honestly surprised the...

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Keep your friends close – apps that track in real-time

Sophie Singer watches little red dots move across her phone screen as she waits for a friend to meet her for lunch. Singer, a senior creative producing major, watches as the dots, which represent her friends, move between Chapman’s campus and down the streets of Orange. She’s able to track their every location on her cell phone. “I kno...

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Savor a moment with à la minute

It was 2 p.m. on an August afternoon. The temperature gauge on my car read 102 degrees. Though my Swedish import likes to exaggerate the California heat, one fact was indisputable: I really, really could go for an ice cream. It’s a thought the lactose intolerance in me kept rare, along with the fact that I’ve never seen the appeal in eating ...

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Ariana drops a Grande “problem”

Every day this summer, the radio seemed to favor and constantly want to overplay the music of Ariana Grande. Grande seems eager to prove that she can be more than just a Nickelodeon TV star by releasing songs about lovers,  ending bad relationships and doing collaborations and features of vocals with Iggy Azalea, The Weeknd, A$AP Ferg, Zedd and N...

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Donations pour in for ALS

Tansu Philip lifts a bucket filled with ice-cold water up into the air and dumps it willingly over her head. After all, it’s all in the good name of charity. Philip, junior political science major, is one of many Chapman students participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge, a social media campaign to raise money and awareness for Amyotrophic Later...

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