The Advance-Titan

Residence hall evacuations warrant refunds

Sophia Voight, Opinion Editor

March 18, 2020

As all classes have been moved online and students have evacuated campus due to the coronavirus outbreak, students are losing out on the resources and amenities they paid for. Chancellor Andrew Leavitt announced last week in a university-wide email that students in the residence halls should evacuate...

Film Review leaves eyes ‘Bloodshot’

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

March 18, 2020

“Bloodshot” is Sony’s latest pathetic attempt at jump-starting a new cinematic universe. Originally, the film was to feature Jared Leto in the lead role, but we somehow ended up with Vin Diesel, who is either mumbling or yelling. It was directed by a first-time feature director David S. F....

Little Debbie vs. Hostess

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief

March 18, 2020

If America had a backbone, it would be made out of individually packaged cake snacks. Unless you grew up in a household where some self-righteous figure regularly lapsed into refrains of “I’m not feeding my kids that crap,” or where organic foods were the norm before it was a trend, odds are...

How to reduce stress during midterms

Jessica Rosga, Columnist

March 11, 2020

As college students, it’s easy to become overwhelmed in just a matter of minutes. Going to class at sporadic hours of the day, working in between while managing other extracurricular activities can take a toll. Although stress seems to be on high alert when midterms come around, there are always...

Pixar’s ‘Onward’ an emotional masterpiece

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

March 11, 2020

“Onward” is the latest film from the garlanded Pixar. Though many have awaited this tear-jerker since its initial trailer, the main conversation of recent has been around its openly gay character, voiced by Lena Waithe. The very brief appearance by such a character has led to the film’s banning...

Will a woman ever be president?

Will a woman ever be president?

Sophia Voight, Opinion Editor

March 11, 2020

With the results of Super Tuesday causing Elizabeth Warren to suspend her presidential campaign, two men are left as the Democratic front-runners. Now the question is raised: will the United States ever have a female president? The 2020 presidential election cycle started off with six strong wom...

Student finds home at Latino organization

Student finds home at Latino organization

Brandon Huerta, Columnist

March 11, 2020

My definition of the term “Latino” refers to a person considered part of an ethnic background that is Spanish speaking. Hispanic, Latinx, Chicano. Immigrant, naturalized or U.S. born. Black, white, brown, blended. Being Latino can mean so many different things, rooted in about two dozen different...

Health comes in all shapes in sizes

Health comes in all shapes in sizes

Sophia Voight, Opinion Editor

March 4, 2020

Health and weight types are often presented as being one and the same, that beautiful and healthy means skinny while unhealthy means fat. It’s skinny vs. fat, healthy vs. unhealthy. We have learned to equate health with being thin and tend to think that the way toward health is through weight loss...

Remake terrifies audience

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

March 4, 2020

“The Invisible Man” (2020) is the Blumhouse-Universal co-produced remake of The Invisible Man. After several embarrassing attempts at doing something with the original universal Monster movies, universal has now leased their property to a production company who actually specializes in making low-budget...

Cult Classic ahead of its time

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

March 4, 2020

Dr. Griffin has made a scientific breakthrough when he turns himself invisible. However, with great power comes great financial and personal gain when Griffin decides to sell his invisibility potion to the highest-bidding nation so that an invisible army can rule the world. This film was very much...

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