Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

Every year millions of people celebrate the new year either by going out and partying with friends our just staying at home with family reminiscing the past year. We also reflect over the good and the bad: which usually leads us to making goals and resolutions for the new year, whether it’s losing weight or Read More …

The History of Comic Books.

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood In the simplicities of terms a comic book is a series of pictures and words that tell a story in a sequential order. Comic books purpose for each generation is to comment on young and older adults identify with political and cultural issues. Originating in America in 1842’s with the release of Read More …

My Summer in Sicily.

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood This summer I went to Cianciana, Sicily. It is a beautiful island just south of Italy. Cianciana is a town in the center of Sicily, and it is two hours away from Palermo. Cianciana was founded on October 4, 1646. Cianciana was known for its mining of sulfur until it closed in Read More …

Movie Review: Now You See Me

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood This film is about four magicians who dazzle audiences with a series of dangerous and inventive heists and thus film as an all star cast. The cast include Mélanie Laurent as Alma Vargas, Michael Caine as Arthur Tressler, Mark Ruffalo as Dylan Rhodes, Morgan Freeman as Thaddeus Bradley, Dave Franco as Jack, Read More …

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood The film Star Trek Into Darkness is pretty loyal to Roddenberry’s Star Trek series. In fact, the film is based on Roddenberry’s original episode called “Space Seed” from Season One, Episode 22, which originally aired February 16, 1967. In this film, the federation facility in London is attacked, and Captain Kirk along Read More …

Book Fair

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood However on November 14th 2012 in Lawrence,  Kansas, it was cold, windy day outside of Parker Hall. It was a perfect day to stay indoors, and relax with a good book; and that is exactly what the children of Little Nations did. The children came into the book fair all huddled together, and Read More …