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Final Column

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor Well, this is my last column for Le Provocateur. I honestly cannot fathom this is the end. Or that it ended like this. As all other college seniors, I never thought I would be finishing out my college career fro... More »

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“Emma.” Is a Remake Worth Watching

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer If you have ever read any of my other reviews, you know how I feel about remakes… but I guess I should change the wording and say that I dislike unnecessary remakes that recreate movies which were already great to begin with... More »

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Quarantunes with Kyle

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Kyle Delorey, Staff Writer I, like I’m sure the rest of you are, am bored out of my mind during this worldwide pandemic. While classes and my internship have been somewhat of a time filler, I still have found myself with a gross amount of time on my hands. L... More »

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Top 10 Movies to Binge During Social Distancing

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer Let’s face it, a lot of us are already pretty good at social distancing. But that doesn’t mean the boredom of staying home for weeks on end won’t eventually set in. Embrace quarantine with these top ten movies t... More »

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“Beginnings” Part II

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Madelyn Johnson, Staff Writer As she fought, she glimpsed the others that ran in fighting as well, though she was clearly the strongest. A gnome jumped and dashed and sliced at the beasts; a half-elf cast spells left and right; a human woman was surprisingly ... More »

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Forever Growing, Forever Learning

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor The other day, I was looking over all my files on Google Drive and I came across a folder labeled “college.” It hadn’t been edited since October 2015, which was around the time I was applying for college. ... More »

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Is the Sequel Worth It? “The Boy II” Review

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer Starring Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson and Owain Yeoman, “Brahms: The Boy II” is the–perhaps unnecessary– sequel to the 2015 horror “The Boy.” With an entirely new cast from the first, except for the doll of cour... More »