Category Archives: Lifestyle

Wally’s offers a taste of the Middle East in the Midwest

by Emily Hallblade One of the perks of going to a school in the Twin Cities is the wide variety of food and restaurants so close to campus. Although it may be tempting to stick with the classic burgers and fries, Wally’s Falafel & Hummus is the perfect place for a more unique dining experience. […]

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Open mic opportunities abound across the Twin Cities

by Cailey Nelson  Open mic nights are a great and entertaining way for people to get their stories out there. Whether it’s a song, a humorous story or a poem, open mic nights allow communities to come together and support art. Kayleen Dennison, a senior business administration major, enjoys open mic nights. “I have been […]

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Why do audiences enjoy being scared?

The success of the film “It” raises a question: Why do people pay to spend two hours in the dark, being scared?

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Sleeping Beauty, With a Twist

The University of Northwestern—St. Paul put on a new rendition of “Sleeping Beauty” the weekend of Sept. 14-16. With only one month of rehearsals, the cast pulled through and left the audience with a whole new perspective on the beloved story. The play was written for Northwestern by playwright Max Bush, making the weekend of […]

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The Five16 Film Festival Has Hit Off Once Again


by Jenny Cvek   The Five16 Film Festival is one of the most popular events held at the University of Northwestern—St. Paul. Held on April 10 at 7 p.m., it is a night for formalwear, socialization and entertainment, and it also showcases the hard work and talent of Northwestern’s media department.

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