“Selma” is This Generation’s “King” of Historical Biopics

Photo Credit: CC Pop Culture The highly enjoyable 2014 biopic film “Selma” does more than simply retell the story of the violent three-month period in 1965 when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Wonder Woman 1984: Heavily flawed sequel doesn’t hold a candle to the original

Wonder Woman. Photo Credit: HBO Max By Moxon Glosson As veterans of Hollywood entertainment consumption, most of us know and even have used the age-old adage: “Well, it wasn’t as

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The PS5 is out, but why can no one get one?

PS5. Photo via Twitter. By Moxon Glosson Sony’s PlayStation 5, while being the catalyst for a new generation of console gaming and 2020’s main big-ticket Black Friday item, may be in trouble. Well,

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The definitive list of the top 10 Thanksgiving foods

Photo by Casey James on Unsplash By Moxon Glosson  Thanksgiving is almost here, and Reinhardt’s students and staff know what that means – THANKSGIVING BREAK! Here at the Eagle Eye,

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Why Does Everyone Love “The Mandalorian” So Much?

The Mandalorian and The Child. Photo via Twitter By Moxon Glosson  Everyone is hooked on Disney Plus’s “The Mandalorian.” Currently, in its second season, the series tells the story of a

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RU administration warns students to be cautious as phishing threat arises

Phishing can happen to anyone and on any device. Photo Credit: Reinhardt Eagle Eye By Moxon Glosson  Spyware. Malware. Identity theft. Skimming. We have all heard these terms in our

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TikTok files lawsuit against United States Amidst President Trump’s Executive Order

President Trump signing documents. Photo Credit: Reinhardt Eagle Eye By Moxon Glosson Could President Donald Trump end TikTok for 100 million U.S. users?   On Aug. 6, U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order barring American

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