Hilltop Players wow with big wigs and small set in “The Misanthrope”

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By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer On Halloween night, most people were either trick-or-treating in the rain or curled up watching “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” I was sitting in Rudd Auditorium waiting for the lights to go down. Moliére’s “The Misanthrope” is a satire about the hypocritical attitude of 17th century French aristocracy. The play is Read More

Load your Nerf guns; the Zombie Apocalypse is back

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By Hannah Eckert  Staff Writer   One minute you’re walking, the next you’re sprinting. Deathly moans sound from around the corner you’re approaching. You turn around, and a figure slowly staggers toward you from behind. You’re trapped! Hoards of walking dead are getting closer. You have two choices: You either flee or you fight. Welcome Read More

A call to embrace the blessing of education

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Fall break is over, and we are all dragging ourselves out of bed at the last possible minute to make those dreadful 8 a.m. classes. We are lamenting to our friends over our four-­shot lattes about how we wish we had just one more skip left to use. We are marking off the days until Thanksgiving break with Read More

Small-town haunts offer big adrenaline rush

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By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer Dayton isn’t the most entertaining place I’ve ever been, nor is it the spookiest. It is, however, not completely devoid of its own personal “haunted” sites. As a Dayton local, I grew up conscious of the local urban legends in town and the surrounding areas. Not much has happened in Read More