Monthly Archives: September 2020

MC Intramurals Add E-Sports/by Jace Aymond

For many MC students, participating in intramurals is one of the most anticipated events of the semester. Aspects such as enjoying quality time with close friends, the competitive nature of sports, as well as bringing the whole MC family together are why intramurals have become a well-loved and important part of the MC experience. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic,

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Madeline Campbell Leads the Women’s Cross Country Team through Tough Times/by Paxton Dorch

This fall has seen most of the fall sporting events in the Gulf South Conference postponed until spring due to the continued COVID-19 pandemic. However, cross country is one of very few sports that have been allowed to continue with their season. MC senior runner Madeline Campbell expressed her excitement about being able to compete in this time of limitations.

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Hollywood Goes Back to Work/by Morgan Miller

In March, COVID-19 effectively shut down the entire film and television industry. Productions were stalled or cancelled altogether, forcing people to put beloved stories on hold for the greater good of public safety. Actors, directors, and producers all went home, and the public was left to re-watch old favorites while news of suspended productions and delayed movie releases flooded the

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Warner Bros. Unleashes “The Batman” Trailer/by Morgan Miller

There always seems to be a collective frenzy whenever the first trailer for an anticipated superhero film drops. Whether you’re a Marvel zealot or a DC purist, getting to see comic book characters brought to life on the big screen is always an exciting experience, and nothing quite compares to that first glimpse that trailers provide–superheroes people know and love

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Movie Theaters Open Their Doors Again/by Morgan Miller

Across the nation, select movie theaters have finally been allowed to open once again following a lengthy closure due to COVID-19.          AMC, the biggest theater company in the world, has begun the process of opening up almost two-thirds of its locations across the United States. The other one-third will remain closed until given the green light by local authorities.

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