Review: 'Iron Man 3' does not disappoint
“Iron Man 3” rocketed into theaters this last weekend. In this film, Tony Stark faces off against The Mandarin, a terrorist who is bombing things and generally just wreaking terror, as the word “terrorist” implies. The actual identity of The Mandarin isn’t exactly who viewers might think he is, however.
Beanswitch 2013 Spring Reveal
Travel study visits CNN, Saks Fifth Avenue
Eighteen Fashion Merchandising and Communication students and faculty participated in a travel study to Atlanta, April 11-14. Students had the opportunity to visit Saks Fifth Avenue and go behind the scenes. They were able to meet and learn from the Contemporary Department Manager, Brand Manager and Operations Manager.
Spotlight: Jared Anderson fills position as interim Greek Life Coordinator
The requirements to become Greek Life Coordinator are something Jared Anderson is all too familiar with. The Coordinator should have a passion for the Greeks and the school he or she works for as well as an in depth knowledge of how Greek Life operates.
Parking fines not uncommon
Parking tickets are a common topic of discussion across the UTM campus and with enrollment for the 2012- 2013 school year at 7,128, it’s easy to see why. Last semester alone, 7000 parking citations were issued. However, because enrollment is typically higher in the fall than the spring, so is the number of citations issued.
Health benefits of eating, sleeping
With final exams just around the corner, students could benefit from keeping a few health pointers in mind. Professors structure exams in many different ways, all of which require intense thought processes. In order for students to think properly, good health is a must.
Martin area offers outdoor activities for students
Spring has arrived and warm weather has begun luring students away from classes; Martin has a variety of outdoor activities for the young and restless to entertain them during this time of year. The UTM campus has countless venues for warm weather activities.
Student NAMA holds own against nation’s top schools
Six UTM students traveled to Kansas City, Mo., to compete against 28 of the top schools in the nation April 16- 19. Members of UTM’s National Agri-Marketing Association loaded the van early Tuesday morning and headed to the “Show Me State” to present their product, Fishtables.
Spring Dance Ensemble recital gives audience variety
On the night of the Spring Dance Ensemble performance, the stands steadily filled up right until the moment that the lights went down and the show started. Christina Aguilera’s “Show Me How You Burlesque” began the show and many other popular songs were featured in the show, with music ranging from show tunes to moving ballads to present-day pop music.
Review: 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' lets viewers down
“The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” is anything but incredible. Although the movie had more potential than many other recent comedies, an all-star cast and an imaginative plot, the comedy suffered from a script that could have probably used a little magic itself.