Wednesday, October 18, 2017

JCAV-TV Video Roundup: Super Bowl Predictions, Student Concert Series Auditions

Nell Gross  Managing editor ngross1@jccc.edu JCAV-TV asked students what their predictions are for the upcoming Super Bowl. Several picked the New England Patriots, others picked the Atlanta Falcons....

Relatable killer captures readers in mystery novel “Hidden Bodies”

Morgan Lamb News editor Mlamb9@jccc.edu Caroline Kepnes introduced readers to her dynamic character, anti-hero Joe Goldberg in her 2014 debut, “You”, in which Goldberg fell in love...

“Mary O'” thrills audiences with haunted sea travels

Carina Smith Features editor csmit367@jccc.edu To the delight of students, faculty and family of the cast and crew, the student production of “Mary O’” made its world...

“Catching Kelce” ends with humiliation

Kim Harms Sports editor kharms3@jccc.edu Travis Kelce is tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs and grand prize of the dating show “Catching Kelce.” As the series...

NBA YoungBoy steps toward Dirty South stardom on “38 Baby”

Aaron Rhodes Editor-in-chief arhodes2@jccc.edu American rap fans have their eyes trained on cities such as Atlanta, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. New stars in the genre...

“Amanda Knox” documentary asks: “Who did it?”

Morgan Lamb Staff reporter Mlamb9@jccc.edu Studying abroad is an experience many college students speak fondly of -- from the culture to the food -- but for University...

“Westworld” lassos in viewers with themes of morality

Carina Smith Features editor csmit367@jccc.edu Imagine an amusement park where you can live like a cowboy in the middle of the Wild West. You get to shoot...

Photo Gallery: Elvis Costello at Yardley Hall

English musician and Grammy Award winner Elvis Costello performed to a large crowd inside of Yardley Hall at the Carlsen Center on Friday evening. Hailed...

Abbey Road lights up the Nerman lawn

Last Friday night's Light Up The Lawn concert featured Abbey Road playing the songs of The Beatles. The concert was free and open to...

“Now You See Me 2” provides a complex yet forgettable adventure

Annie Beurman Reporting correspondent abeurma1@jccc.edu Back in 2013, Summit Entertainment released “Now You See Me.” The movie told the story of four professional magicians -- Danny Atlas...
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