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After Misstep, Flaming Lips Return to Psychedelic Roots With New Album ‘Embryonic’

After Misstep, Flaming Lips Return to Psychedelic Roots With New Album ‘Embryonic’

October 30, 2009

Jon Loeb '11 A&E Editor Three years ago people were worried. The Flaming Lips, a band that had seemed to produce an endless stream of great records had ended their streak, which was apparent only a few seconds into “At War With Mystics,” with “The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song,” a song brimmin...

Five Frightening Films Ian Phillips ’10 Picks His Favorite Horror Films

Five Frightening Films Ian Phillips ’10 Picks His Favorite Horror Films

October 30, 2009

Ian Phillips '10 A&E Editor I’ve always had an admiration for horror films because, when done right, they can quite simply define what it means to be entertained. You might forget why you cried at the end of “Titanic,” but you’ll never forget that final shock in “Carrie,” or that shower s...

Working On Both Sides of the Stage, Caley Beretta Takes the Reins in Players

Working On Both Sides of the Stage, Caley Beretta Takes the Reins in Players

October 30, 2009

Sam Freeman Web A&E Editor Caley Beretta ’10 has taken the Staples stage by storm as 09-10 Players President and Student Director. With her incredible leadership abilities and knack for directing, Beretta has proved that she has what it takes to be extremely successful in the future. "Right from the start Caley showed enormous potential, which wa...

‘Borderlands’ Delivers Violence Galore

‘Borderlands’ Delivers Violence Galore

October 29, 2009

John Watson '12 Staff Writer “The role playing game and the first person shooter had a baby," says Gearbox, the creator of its baby, “Borderlands.” What Gearbox has done is create a game that has hundreds of thousands of random guns: more weapons then every other game on the market combined, more than a Texas gun show. “Borderlands” is a Role Playing S...

Top 5 Staples YouTube Videos

Top 5 Staples YouTube Videos

October 25, 2009

Dana Rappaport '11 Web Opinions Editor Between nightly homework, everyone is guilty of the YouTube break. It all starts with one video sent over Instant Message, or a link that someone posted as their Facebook status. Either way, from there, all hope is lost. One video lures you to “Related Videos” which...

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