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ESPN to broadcast Carmel football game Aug. 23

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August 18

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By Cassie Dugan <[email protected]> 12:05 p.m. on Aug. 23 will mark the kickoff of the first football game ESPN has covered in the Midwest. The Carmel v. Cathedral game will open its ticket booths at 10 a.m. to the ...

Clubs to recruit students on Aug. 29

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August 14

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By Rebecca Xu <[email protected]> The club fair at this school will take place on Aug. 29 in the Freshman Center cafeteria during SRT. Freshman SRTs will dismiss their students according to their house, or floor, with Hou...

‘Gonzo:’ Effective journalism, powerful film

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July 30

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> “Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson” is a memorial to a man who became a hostage to his persona. By digging underneath the myth and genuinely trying to understand that real man, this film liberates him. “Gonzo...

‘The Dark Knight:’ Batman Triumphant

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July 21

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> The dilemma with the Batman franchise does not lie within the films, but with the inconsistent desires of filmmakers and audiences. Since the comic books have gone through so many...

A look back at the Batman films

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July 17

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> “The Dark Knight” is here. Film critics around the country are calling it not only the best Batman film but one of the best films of the year. Before I see it myself, I...

Top 10 Best Superhero Films

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July 7

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> Summer of 2008 is clearly the summer of superheroes. With “Iron Man” and “The Incredible Hulk” on the big screen and “The Dark Knight” rapidly approaching, I thought I woul...

‘Sex and the City’ movie remains loyal to series, fans

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June 23

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By Lexi Muir <[email protected]> For years, "Sex and the City" has dominated TV screens in millions of Americans' homes, and now, for the first time, it has hit the big screen. As a devout fan of the series, I had hi...

Weezer’s ‘Red Album’ stays true to band’s foundation

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June 23

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By Mitch Ringenberg <[email protected]> Weezer will always have a special place in my heart as the creators of two of my favorite '90s albums: their self-titled debut (commonly known as the "Blue Album") and its ...

‘The Incredible Hulk’ lacks depth

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June 19

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> The whole point of making “The Incredible Hulk” was to take a daring film (Ang Lee’s “Hulk”) and make it significantly less daring. However, do we really need more...

Indy Is Back: Does ‘Indiana Jones 4’ live up to hype?

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June 13

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By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” is a lot more enjoyable if you walk into it with low expectations. Although this film is not as resonant as “Raiders of ...

Full version of Q&A with triathlete Julie Troyer

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April 3

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1. What inspired you to start running triathlons? Last summer I actually decided to stop playing all the other sports I had been involved with and still wanted something to do to stay in shape. I had heard about a triath...

Chess Club urgent to get more members

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March 1

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Chess Club has numerous members who meet every Monday after school to play the challenging game of chess with other students. Although they play with existing members, the club would like more students to join in order to make...

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