If you’ve never seen “Jane the Virgin,” a new fall show airing on the CW, and you’re wary based on its name, you might want to keep reading. In its first seven episodes, “Jane the Virgin,” with its name and (loosely based) plot borrowed from the original Venezuelan telenovela “Juana la Virgen,” defies not only […]
While we don’t want to admit that Christmas songs get old, they do. But only when you hear the same forty songs on repeat—thanks, radio stations. Let us be your part-time DJ with this list of holiday records that have yet to be overplayed on the radio. Spice up your tree-decorating and gift-unwrapping playlist with these ten songs.
When it comes down to the most renown Christmas tales of all-time, Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” is certainly one of them. Countless film adaptations have been released over the years, but none to the likeness of this particular rendition.
After releasing their self-titled debut album in 2012, Walk The Moon, caught the attention of pop lovers everywhere. Many were intrigued by this four-member band from Cincinnati for their ability to fire off catchy dance anthem one after another. The band lived up to their initial hype with their sophomore album, “TALKING IS HARD,” which dropped Dec. 2.
Every year Marquette students just like you and we take on the challenge and adventure of studying abroad. Some are well traveled, having been to dozens of different countries and cultures, while others, like me, have barely ever been out of the Midwest (except that trip to Disney World in third grade, but I can barely count that).