Deandre Hogg Assistant Producer Greek life is one way to get involved on campus at Tarleton State University. Tarleton offers 18 Inter/national and local affiliated organizations that are composed of more than 900 members....
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If you are ever around Grapevine, Texas and you are hunting for a sports bar, Bottlecap Alley Icehouse Grill is the place to go. Located near the heart of downtown Grapevine, this grill is a great spot to have a few beers and catch the game.
Green Day’s latest album “Uno!” was released in September and is the first of three albums the band has put together. “Dos” and “Tres” are set to release in November and December. This album differs from Green Day’s usual political bash fest and sounds more like the music Green Day became famous for back in the 1990’s.
Aida Delgado Texan News Service Need to watch one of the football games but don’t have the NFL network or ESPNU? Or maybe you can’t decide whether to watch soccer or basketball? That...
More than halfway through Fall 2012, Tarleton students living on campus are learning to live in crowded quarters. While many complain about overcrowded rooms, others are trying to make the best of the situation.
Desiree Strange, a freshman Ferguson Hall resident, is not so happy with the living conditions. “[There are] too many people in this tiny little itty-bitty room, and there is really not much space to do anything in here,” Strange said. “Ridiculous.”
Her room, measures 16 feet by 10 feet, just barely enough, she says, for one person, but not two.
Upon entering this rustic, cabin- themed restaurant, I was greeted by a very cheerful host. I waited all of about 20 seconds before I was seated in a glossy wooden booth (which was great for decoration, but horrid for comfort). As I glanced around the room I noticed mounted deer heads, fish and a rather large stuffed bear. The dimmed lights and glow of the fire gave the illusion of being on vacation in the Colorado mountains, almost making me forget where I was.
During a time of year when theaters are filled with horror movie remakes and sequels, Stephen Chobsky’s “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a breath of fresh air.
“Wallflower” is a heartwarming, relatable story about Charlie (played by Logan Lerman), a shy high school freshman. The story starts on Charlie’s first day of school during which the only friend he makes is his English teacher, Mr. Anderson (Paul Rudd). Later on, at a football game, Charlie meets senior stepsiblings Patrick (Ezra Miller) and Sam (Emma Watson) and Charlie instantly develops a crush on Sam.
For all you action or adrenaline junkies, here you go: Liam Neeson is back at it again in Taken 2, his new movie. This time, however, the stakes are set slightly higher and the tables are turned. The Albanian gang returns, and this time, they’re out for one thing: revenge.
You probably have driven past it and never given it a second glance; it’s just a small white building along Highway 377. But inside that non-descript small, white building sits a hidden Bluff Dale gemstone called Let’s Eat, owned by Curren Dodds, a classically-trained French chef.