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‘The Prodigy’ Slays The Box Office

Kelly Langevin, Copy Editor

February 24, 2019

Blue or Hazel? That is the question 8-year-old Miles asked about his eyes to his victim as he turned cold. But it is not his parents Sally and John's fault that their son has a crazy killer inside of him. Taylor Schilling a...

Pride Presents: ‘Love is a Drag’

Tyra McClung, Assistant A&E

February 24, 2019

"Devil's Den @ 10 p.m." in Semesters was filled to capacity as the Central Connecticut Pride Club presented the drag ball, "Love is a Drag." The venue was so packed that the Student Center was forced to interrupt the show and...

Disney’s Anticipated Film Lineup For 2019

Natalie Dest, Art and Entertainments Editor

February 24, 2019

No matter how old you may be, you are never too old to plop down on the couch with a buttery bowl of popcorn and turn on a Disney movie. Whether it be a classic like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” childhood favorites like "Toy S...

‘Free Solo’ Is A Real Hair-Riser For Its Audience

Gabriel Anton, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Throughout history, the world has witnessed many incredible feats in the realms of rock climbing amongst the fearless climbers setting the standard for those who venture after. There are many near impossible climbs spread...

10 Reasons Why Reading From A Book Every Day Will Benefit You

Natalie Dest, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 20, 2019

When it comes to our brain, there is no better superfood than reading a book. As humans, our brains constantly crave stimulation. Due to the increase in technology, many of our reading habits are centered around tweets, Face...

Central Authors: Tom Hazuka

Central Authors: Tom Hazuka

February 19, 2019

New Britain Gets Brighter With ‘Boxes Of Art’

Sarah Willson, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2019

New Britain may be getting a bit brighter after the city announced it is now accepting design proposals from artists interested in turning traffic light control boxes into works of art. Orchestrated by Mayor Erin Stewart and the N...

C.A.N. Hosts ‘Dinner And A Show With Dan Henig’

Shwar Zaidi, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Traveling across the country from sunny California to snow-banked Central Connecticut on Feb. 13, Dan Henig ignited laughter rather than loneliness before the daunting Valentine's Day last Thursday for couples and singles alike. ...

‘thank u, next’ Has Massive Highs, Even Lower Lows

Daniel Fappiano, Layout Editor

February 19, 2019

Perhaps no pop artist currently in the mainstream is as well-known as Ariana Grande. With her recent engagement and then separation from actor Pete Davidson still fresh in listener's minds, the mega-star saw fit to drop her f...

Courtney Cox And The Hollywood Pressure To Get Lip Fillers

Kelly Langevin, Copy Editor

February 18, 2019

Close to everyone knows Courtney Cox as "Monica" from the hit television, series "Friends." As a huge fan of the show, I adored her character and her astonishing natural beauty. Fame, however, turned the once young Monica into a wom...

‘The World Is A Beautiful Place’ And You Should Give Them A Listen

Carolyn Martin, Staff Writer

February 18, 2019

Most people in New England stay home in the winter months, but I am not most people. On Saturday, Feb. 9, I had the pleasure of seeing The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die (often shortened to TWIABP)...

Grammys 2019: A Controversial Night For The Academy

Natalie Dest, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 18, 2019

The Grammy Awards are the music industry's most popular night, but they can be the most awkward as well. While there was a handful of exciting performances and unforgettable big wins two Sundays ago, it is the awkward and controversial...

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