Tag: arts & entertainment

Marching Southerners perform at Contest of Champions

Breanna HillArts & Entertainment Editor

The annual Contest of Champions hosted by Jacksonville State University was held this past Saturday, October 12 at Burgess-Snow Stadium. The event is a marching band competition for high school bands where they are judged and given scores along with trophies at the end of the competition. 

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Review of the mysterious drama “In The Tall Grass”

Alyxxis Jones, Arts & Entertainment Correspondent

Released the October 4, 2019, “In the Tall Grass” is a popular Netflix original film. It is based on previous work done by Stephen King and Joe Hill. This mysterious drama was directed by Vincenzo Natali. Similar to the title of the film, the movie is about people that go into tall grass. When one thinks of grass, the thought of the fresh smell and summer air come to mind. However, this movie takes that thought and turns it around with a terrifying twist.

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Homecoming candidates announced

Breanna HillArts & Entertainment Editor

The 2019-20 homecoming meet and greet was held in the TMB auditorium this past Tuesday, giving the chance for any JSU students to gain a bit more insight about the top ten candidates running for homecoming king and queen. Here are the top 15 candidates and a little bit about their philanthropies:

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Average Joe cinema review of “JOKER”

Grant Davis, Arts & Entertainment Correspondent

First of all, I am not a professional film critic, just a fan of movies and a big fan of comic book movies. I would like to thank you to The Chanticleer for asking me to write a review for this movie. This is definitely a new experience for me, so I’ll do my best. 

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Relaxing video games to play

Miranda PrescottArts & Entertainment Correspondent

With midterms coming up very quickly, students, such as myself, are finding an immense amount of pressure building up on our backs with the workloads we are facing. We students are struggling to find ways to cope with this stress on the basis that anything and everything is due at the exact same time, and the deadline is only a few days away.

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