‘Aloha’: Wandering narrative a waste of potential

Emma Stone as one quarter Hawaiian and one quarter Chinese? Not buying it.

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ a breath of fresh air for action blockbusters

It’s like ‘Babe,’ but in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Cinematic romances make last hurrah of season

From “Fifty Shades” to “The Age of Adaline.”

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ delivers for hopeful fans

“Even though it’s only been in theaters a few days, I’ve already managed to see ‘Age of Ultron’ twice.”

“While We’re Young:” Friendly, funny and tastefully critical

“While We’re Young” captures adulthood struggles in an accessible way.

Loverspeak 2015 showcases ‘Fifty Shades’ of love

Sometimes a clever Amazon review can have more literary merit than a widely read novel that sold more than 450 million copies.

Writing and Rhetoric Center hopes to widen its scope

The Writing and Rhetoric Center plans to expand its services to help students communicate on different platforms, not just with writing.

Three years later, SLODOCO continues to thrive

When Jacob and Jessie Pickering set out to open a doughnut shop, they knew they wanted to do things differently. Jessie’s family had been in the doughnut business for quite some time, but she didn’t want to follow in her family’s footsteps exactly.