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All is fair in love, war and divorce

He was known for his "performative ability", and I for my promiscuity. It was a match made in Heaven, or at least by the...

STU graduate comes back for a laugh

Stand-up comedy is usually not what comes to mind when picturing a graduate from a liberal arts university. Many would describe the deadbeat hipster...

The passage of time

Since this is my last column I thought it’d be appropriate to talk about the passage of time in comics. It’s a touchy subject....

Comic Relief: An art form with emotional depth, not just cape crusaders

Not all comics involve capes, aliens, or explosions. I enjoy reading about those things, but I can understand why some people can’t accept that...

Better to quit while you’re ahead

No one’s safe from the ravages of time. Athletes have an expiry date. Musicians become nostalgia acts at a certain point. Comic writers are no...

The growth of animation

Comic companies are now multimedia empires. Blockbuster movies, video games, and toys are a few avenues comic properties are being pushed into. There are...

Superheros can be teachers

Comic books have undergone some prohibitions for the sake of protecting children’s innocence but wouldn’t reading comic books beneficial? It seems as though the tales...

Disney’s impact on Star Wars

For most people, the big news regarding Disney’s purchase of LucasArts is the announcement of Star Wars episode seven. Although the prequels were questionable quality-wise,...

Comic crossover troubles

I consider comics not only just a form of entertainment, but also a legitimate art. But it’s really hard to make this argument when...

Comic movies on the rise

When 2008’s The Dark Knight passed the billion dollar mark, it seemed like that was the glass ceiling. Now it looks as if there...

Why is Wonder Woman left out in the cold?

I’m not sure if people hate Wonder Woman, or if they’re just apathetic to her. Maybe it’s a sign that our society’s still got...
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A campus without sports

In June, the Atlantic University Sport and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association, the governing bodies of St. Thomas sports belongs to, chose to cancel...

Athletic scholarships still valid

Benson Garchinski of the St. Thomas University men's volleyball team was heartbroken last spring when fans were escorted out of the Grant Harvey Center...