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Opinion: Why all the long-awaited sequels?

Patrick Wiggins



Sequels. We all like to see them happen, but we don’t always like them when they do happen. It’s to the point today where you walk out of a theater and you think WHEN is the sequel coming out, not if a sequel is coming out. But it wasn’t always like that.


Believe it or not, there was a time that when a movie ended, it was over. You never saw the characters again. The story was wrapped up at the end and that was that. Granted, sequels did happen, but it didn't feel like every other movie being released was a part two or a part three of something that already happened (now we have literal “Part 2” of movies coming out, but that’s a discussion for another day).

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Weekly Update November 10-14


Movie Review: “Left Behind”

Velvet Case

Religion Editor

Disclaimer: There are spoilers present in this review for those who have not seen this film.

"Left Behind" is a fictional portrayal of a Biblical event which has not yet occurred in real life. It incorporates typical Hollywood elements that take focus away from the true meaning.

This movie is a remake of "Left Behind" starring Kirk Cameron and Brad Johnson that came out in the year 2000. Both movies were based off the "Left Behind" book written in 1995 by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. 

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Thanksgiving break plans for International Students

Antonio Small


Thanksgiving is a day for families and friends to get together for a warm special meal. Thanksgiving Day parades are also held in some cities and towns on or around Thanksgiving Day. While most students during the holiday break will be enjoying the traditional thanksgiving festivities with family, the international students will remain here for holidays this year.

"My friend promise to take me home with him but I'm not sure if we are still going at the moment but I do wish he would take me because I never had a thanksgiving here. If all else fail I will go to the president house for thanksgiving and enjoy my holidays there," Shreyash Joshi, freshman.

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Keeping you current in Columbus: Nov. 9-15

Sayonara Jones


Here’s what’s happening around town for the week of Nov. 9-15.

The Friends of the Library Book Sale will be Nov. 13 and Nov. 15 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.

The sale will feature best-selling novels, histories, biographies, cookbooks, children's books, sports books, self-help books and audio books.

The sale will be at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at 314 N. 7th Street.

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