My journey into a BDSM dungeon

You might think it will be a cold day in hell when you see someone tied up and being slapped repeatedly and think, “that is beautiful”—and until recently I would have agreed with you. Somehow I found myself at a BDSM dungeon the other week (long story), and I was literally watching a woman hitting […]

Matt Damon’s relentless cheeriness too much for The Martian

Summer has come to an end. The days are getting longer, the leaves are changing and school is well under way. As movie fans, we all know what that means: it’s Oscar-bait time! Yes, it’s that glorious time of the year when the studios finally stop shelling out juvenile and repetitive blockbusters and introduce a […]

TU Ten: Creepiest Horror Movies

It’s such a shame to know October is already almost over. After the spooky climax of Halloween, it won’t be long before Thanksgiving is totally eclipsed by gingerbread houses, candy-canes, fir trees and poorly-wrapped presents. For those desperately resisting this incoming assortment of holiday cheer, here are a few noteworthy horror films to fan the […]

TU TEN: Spookiest Horror Games

Looking for a great interactive horror experience that doesn’t involve walking around “the bad part of town?” Have movies become too predictable to successfully scare you? This Halloween, why not try one of these top ten horror videogames? Outlast: This game is a great experience to play alone or with a group of friends. Set […]

Crimson Peak stitches romance and horror into one plot

In Guillermo del Toro’s newest film, which is set around the turn of the twentieth century, Mia Wasikowska plays Edith Cushing, a woman who has been able to see ghosts her whole life. She falls in love with a mysterious English baronet (Tom Hiddleston), and accompanies him and his creepy sister (Jessica Chastain) overseas to […]

Tim Sult of Clutch on the band’s newest album

Clutch’s eleventh album, Psychic Warfare, was released on October 2. In the 22 years since their first record, the hard-rock band has managed to keep a consistent feel for all of their records and make each section of their discography seem like part of a larger vision. Many bands, some having released significantly less music […]

Beach House releases surprise follow-up album

Beach House is a Baltimore dream pop duo made of Victoria Legrand (vocals, keyboard) and Alex Scally (guitar, keyboard). On October 16, Beach House released their second full length album of the year entitled Thank Your Lucky Stars. This album was released as a surprise follow up to their earlier album from August, Depression Cherry. […]

TU’s E-Sports team elevates recreation to competition

Among TU’s fastest growing organizations is undoubtedly the E-sports team. Last year they sent a single team to a tournament of the multiplayer online battle arena League of Legends. Since then, they’ve expanded to Defense of the Ancients (Dota) 2 (of the same genre), and currently sponsor four teams, participating in Divisions 1 and 2 […]

Women finish off season with fifth seed

The Golden Hurricane women’s soccer team played their final two games of the regular season this week, each on the road. First, they travelled to Greenville, N.C. to take on East Carolina before journeying to Cincinnati to play the Bearcats. The game against East Carolina got off to rough start when Danielle Eule netted a […]