Usually, the rule of threes in movies means that no third movie is good, ever. If anyone questions that, let me jog your memory: Spy Kids 3, Back to the Future Part III, Shrek the Third… I could continue, but I think you get the point.
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is a movie based on a book of the same title written by Stephen Chbosky. It follows the story of an introverted freshman named Charlie (Logan Lerman) as he explores the changes of growing up. Although this coming of age story has potential to be stereotypical, it is anything but trite.
This semester, Marianne McGoron has taken over the position of student activities coordinator. This is her third year at Ottawa. She spent the first two as a graduate assistant in the athletic department. McGoron is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, and received her bachelor’s in sports management with a minor in Spanish from Wilmington College.
The holiday breaks are in sight and so is the relaxation that accompanies them. What is a better way to de-stress after tests and finals than to go see a movie? Here are several upcoming or current movies that you should consider: Wreck-It Ralph— Nov.
Before he knew it, it was halftime and that is when the nerves kicked in. Freshman Aaron Marshall never expected that when he came to college he would become a part of an all men dance team, known as the “MVP Dance Team.” Marshall said he got a call one morning and was kind of forced to do it, but he loved it in the end.
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” centers around the life of a teenage boy named Charlie (Logan Lerman) who is starting his freshman year of high school. Without friends and extremely introverted, Charlie struggles to find his niche until two seniors reach out to him and invite him into their world.
Michael Matos, senior 1.)What year are you? Senior 2.)Do you go by a nickname? “Matos.” I go by that because Michael is kind of cliché. 3.)Do you know why you were named Michael? If so, why? No, I don’t know. But I do know it was one of the most popular names in 1991.
On campus, many people wear sweats, others dress up. Sophomore Amy Hastings likes to dress up more on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays because she has more classes on those days. “It takes me anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour to get ready,” Hastings said.
If you could start a club on campus, what would it be? Skyler Brown, junior: “A sporting clays shooting club. I think this would be a nice compliment to the archery club.” Zach Beggs, junior: “I would like to have a racquetball club here. I would be president of course.