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Fahrenheit 9/11 burns Bush

The brain-child of Michael Moore, Fahrenheit 9/11 is an uncensored explanation of the events surrounding the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2002 and the ensuing war on Iraq. The appropriateness of the title of the movie, taken from the title of a book, Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, is apparent when once considers that the novel is a dystopian vision of a society darkened by censorship and ruled by a select group who control the media and the masses. No one ever questions authority for fear of retaliation.


Local band expands audience with roots reggae music

Ryan Reger, an HPU sophomore majoring in marine biology, wanted to experience reggae music at the Hard Rock Café, July 9, but she gave up trying to enter when she saw the long line at the front of the building.


Comedian scores with Mr. 3000

In the sports world, numbers reign supreme. Statistics determine if a player will be a legend worthy of a prestigious spot in a hall of fame, or just another forgotten athlete.


Photography exhibition showcases female form

“Art attracts us only by what it reveals of our most secret self,” said famous French New Wave filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard. And there is nothing more revealing than the human body in its au naturel form. Throughout history, the nude female form has been a subject of both controversy and inspiration.


IONA Pear Dance Company sponsors internships

IONA Pear Dance Company has announced what HPU graduate student Crystal Brewe, and MA COM major, calls an “amazing internship program,” and it is available to HPU undergraduate and graduate students.



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