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Cable: a dying breed amongst TV watchers

Cable: a dying breed amongst TV watchers

Graphic by Anthony Nathan

October 30, 2014

A college student with a Netflix or Hulu subscription is about as unique as a college student with a strong opinion on student debt.“Either you have your own account, or you have a friend or a family member who’s willing to share with you,” said senior communication studies major Alexis Jones. “I...

‘Game of Thrones’: Episode two ties up some loose ends, and makes us hate Margaery even more

Cristina Lule

April 10, 2013

“Game of Thrones” continues to be a compelling watch this season toning down on sexually explicit scenes and showcasing strong female characters despite the show’s prevailing patriarchal ideology. The second episode featured the return of the Stark children, Jaime and his captor Brienne and h...

“Game of Thrones” finally returns

State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2013

Game of Thrones has returned, thank the gods, old and new. The third season premiered to a slow start, picking up where season two left off but had some promising moments for things to look forward in future episodes. In the far North, the white walkers are now heading towards the Wall – the only t...

Spring television previews

Spring television previews

Nathan Mendelowitz

January 30, 2013

The Walking Dead AMC - Sundays at 10 p.m. On Feb, 10, “The Walking Dead” returns to finish the second half of its third season and it should be an exhilarating finish. The end of the first half saw the Governor (David Morrissey) losing his eye and getting severely beaten by Michonne (Dana Gurrir...