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"Snow Days" come to Progressive Field 9

The Jambar, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

14 days ago by Joe Catullo Jr. REPORTER

This winter, Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, will host "Snow Days," events that will be open to the public beginning Friday and ending Jan. 2.

The Time Warner Cable Bleachers in left field will hold 10 lanes, eight adult and two children, for snow tubing.

Break time 8

The Jambar, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

15 days ago by Chris Cotelesse COLUMNIST

I'm taking a break from porn.

It isn't an issue of morality. I don't believe pornography violates the rights of women. I fully support a woman's right to choose her profession. So does adult film star and feminist Nina Hartley.

In the September/October issue of The Humanist magazine, Hartley summed up the issue with four words: "My body, my rules.

You're trying to seduce me 2

The Observer, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

8 days ago by James Love, Ph. D.

According to a probably reliable Internet dictionary, the fourth definition of the verb "seduce" is to win over; attract; entice. As in, "the baker seduced customers with her delicious pie." This example shows the two primary aspects of seduction - interaction and subtlety.


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'The Fighter' is a real knockout

 'The Fighter' is a real knockout

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Chris Osterndorf

Something about boxing has captured movie audiences attention more than any other sport. The sheer pain and raw aggression of it seems to, at least on film, reflect the struggles that people go through on both a primal and intellectual level. Let's consider the following: "Rocky," "Million Dollar Baby," "Raging Bull." These films defy the typical sports movie, and even the typical underdog story, to become parables about life itself. Now, with David O' Russell's "The Fighter," a new contender has emerged in a genre already full of great films.

'The Fighter' is a real knockout

 'The Fighter' is a real knockout

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Chris Osterndorf

Something about boxing has captured movie audiences attention more than any other sport. The sheer pain and raw aggression of it seems to, at least on film, reflect the struggles that people go through on both a primal and intellectual level. Let's consider the following: "Rocky," "Million Dollar Baby," "Raging Bull." These films defy the typical sports movie, and even the typical underdog story, to become parables about life itself. Now, with David O' Russell's "The Fighter," a new contender has emerged in a genre already full of great films.

2010's best TV performances

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Eduardo Sayago

The DePaulia's Eduardo Sayago recounts the best performances on television in 2010.

2010's best TV performances

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Eduardo Sayago

The DePaulia's Eduardo Sayago recounts the best performances on television in 2010.

'The King's Speech' more than a costume party

 'The King's Speech' more than a costume party

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Chris Osterndorf

Period pieces, generally speaking, are boring. However, I am happy to report that this is not the case in Toronto International Film Festival favorite, "The King's Speech."

'The King's Speech' more than a costume party

 'The King's Speech' more than a costume party

The DePaulia , DePaul University , IL

3 days ago by Chris Osterndorf

Period pieces, generally speaking, are boring. However, I am happy to report that this is not the case in Toronto International Film Festival favorite, "The King's Speech."

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