Posts Tagged ‘Sara Borro’

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    Spring songs to help survive college stress

    Apr 4, 17 • 883 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    SARA BORRO staff writer Spring is such an exciting time of the year, especially for college students. The sun and warmer weather are sure to put anyone in a good mood, and for those of us who struggle with seasonal depression, spring is a very refreshing...

  • Ultimate music festival guide

    Mar 28, 17 • 1061 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    SARA BORRO staff writer Summer is the best time of the year for a lot of reasons. An abundance of sunshine, no school and traveling are some of the most enjoyable things about summer vacation, but one of the most highly anticipated occurrences during the...

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    Amy Schumer sends message with comedy

    Mar 21, 17 • 1397 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

      SARA BORRO staff writer Comedian and actress Amy Schumer has been rapidly growing in popularity in the entertainment industry for the last few years. With her fierce, blunt and regularly crude comedy, it is not often one will have any lukewarm feelings...

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    ‘Earth-Art Collection’ at gallery

    Mar 14, 17 • 1107 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    By SARA BORRO staff writer Often at such an academically focused school like Gannon University, students may get so caught up in studying, exam schedules and day-to-day class work that they forget to pause and appreciate the more creative side of life. The...

  • Critics, audience clash on ‘The Space Between Us’

    Feb 7, 17 • 901 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    SARA BORRO staff writer For movie lovers who often have a hard time choosing between science fiction fantasy tales and romantic comedies, the recently released movie “The Space Between Us” is the perfect marriage of the two genres. The film was released...

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    Writer reflects on classic novel

    Jan 31, 17 • 1020 Views • Arts & Leisure1 Comment

    SARA BORRO Assigned readings aren’t always the most fun things to do, but for English majors, it kind of comes with the territory. This year in Gannon’s Literature for Young Adults course taught by the ever-exquisite Melinda...

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    The Maine celebrate 10 years

    Jan 24, 17 • 1720 Views • Arts & Leisure1 Comment

    SARA BORRO staff writer The alternative music world has been celebrating quite a few 10-year anniversaries lately. The fact so many bands have been together for 10 years is exciting in itself, but what’s even more exciting is how those bands are celebrating...

  • Two anticipated songs released from Sheeran

    Jan 17, 17 • 839 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    It is always interesting to observe how different musical artists go through their specific creative processes. Some bands, such as The Maine, from Phoenix, are extremely transparent while creating music, including their fans as much as possible along every...

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    Netflix releases ‘Unfortunate Events’

    Jan 17, 17 • 1816 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    In the early 2000s, children and young adult literature were dominated by the forever-adored “Harry Potter” series. However, wiggled in between the growing wizarding world was a slightly less popular, but equally loved, children’s book series titled...

  • Playhouse presents ‘Scrooge’

    Dec 6, 16 • 1149 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    By SARA BORRO staff writer The holiday season is a very exciting time and the City of Erie is really getting into the spirit. The Erie Playhouse will be hosting “Scrooge” for the next two weeks. The production began Friday and will run until Dec. 20,...