The Marquee

What if the world doesn’t end?

Anna Middleton

December 13, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

The end of the world is now a common event talked about in today’s society. People seem to be obsessed with the idea of chaos. December 21 of 2012 is a date that many people feel disturbed about. It is the supposed doomsday...

Film Fanatic: Looper Review

Ryan McDearmont, opinion editor

November 7, 2012

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

It’s hard to make a good time travel movie. In fact, it’s hard to make any sort of media about time travel good. The story runs the risk of becoming so cluttered with various timelines, characters and paradoxes that it becomes...

The Swellers

alyssa schmidt

October 29, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

People young and old stand waiting for doors to open. Some wear shirts of newer pop-punk bands while others wear clothing that’s reminiscent of old school punk rock.  Roadies unload equipment such as amps, guitars, drums...

Marcus Idol

miranda chiechi

October 23, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

After 54 singers auditioned, 15 made the cut and finally three finalists stood alone in the spotlight. Following much preparation and practice, the singers walked across the lighted stage knowing the moment their mouths opened,...

Little slice of heaven

Little slice of heaven

October 18, 2012

Film Fanatic: Stolen Review

Ryan McDearmont

September 25, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

Ryan McDearmont I’m a big fan of Nicolas Cage. Like, really big. Like, “Hand out Nicolas Cage Valentines and go see Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance the day it came out” big. I think he has some genuinely well-acted films,...

TCBY Review

marisa charpentier, managing editor

September 17, 2012

Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

Over the past few years, frozen yogurt has become a nationwide trend. This frozen fad pulled once-devout ice cream lovers away from their double-scooped chocolate cones and into a world of frozen lusciousness. In Flower Mound,...

Where to go this Spring Break

Molly Spain, In-Depth/Opinion Editor

March 9, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

Tired of sitting at home over Spring Break? If friends are out of town, or if being a couch potato does not appeal to you, here are a few suggestions for Spring Break fun. Venture outside of Flower Mound, Lewisville and Highland...

Inside South Pacific

Inside South Pacific

February 3, 2012

Undiscovered classes

Ryan McDearmont, Reporter

February 2, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

Everyone at Marcus knows about the core classes a student must take in order to graduate: four years of English, math, history and science, at least two credits of a foreign language and a handful of physical education credits....

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