To 3D Or Not To 3D

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

March 4, 2009 Ed Cartoon

Recent 3D releases Coraline and My Bloody Valentine 3D are causing viewers to question if 3D could be the next revolution in filmmaking.

Reserved mainly as a gimmick for children’s movies, 3D technology has evolved little over the past 50 years. (read more)

STUDENT mag misses the mark

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

To the editor:
My question for the editors at the new magazine STUDENT is, really? A magazine whose goal is apparently to reflect what is really on the minds of students? I propose the question to fellow Gazette readers " on whose minds was it to objectify barely legal Western girls, after an already tarnished Western reputation following the Saugeen Stripper incident? The girls are gorgeous " no doubt " but in an article titled “Summer dream in a sub-zero scene,” how about a part two: barely legal naked men in boxers frosted with falling snow? Or would that not reflect the editor’s interests?
" Samantha Ierullo
Certificate of Ethics IV

To the editor:
Yesterday, as I sat down in my 8:10 a. (read more)

Fur is smog grey and blood red

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

Re: “Fur Is Green?”
Feb. 27, 2009

To the editor:
While I applaud Dan Rankin for at least acknowledging opposition to the new “Fur Is Green” campaign, some simple research could have easily uncovered the unavoidable truth behind this not-so-clever marketing deception. (read more)


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