Author: Madison Caldwell

Movie Review: Fifty Shades Freed

This movie should be called “Fifty Shades of Fake” if you ask me. Nothing about this film portrayed the reality of actual love, except for the fact that romance is sometimes a complete waste of time, money and energy. I went into this film as unbiased as possible, as I had attempted to read the first novel and had to stop due to the dullness of tone and character development. Needless to say, as the theater grew dark and the Valentines couples and rowdy chick groupies settled in, I hoped for something like a worthwhile experience. I mean hey,...

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“Leonardo Da Vinci: Machines in Motion” Exhibit at the George Bush Presidential Library

What do you know about Leonardo Da Vinci? Most know him best for his art, however, he had a very diverse list of interests, passions and successes that have helped shape our society. Leonardo Da Vinci is well celebrated as a master of a multitude of professions. He was known as a painter, sculptor, architect, musician, anatomist and engineer. This coming month, the George Bush Library will open up a special interactive exhibit titled “Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion.” This hands-on interactive experience will be unlike any other brought to the Presidential Library. This event is very unique,...

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Aggie Band Reunion

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is known as a distinguished collection of artists and performers, creating beauty through the form of musical sound. This spirited bunch honors Aggie tradition and shares school spirit through the most universal language of all, music! On March 3, the Texas Aggie Band Association will hold a meeting and breakfast function at BJ’s. It is a little more of an intimate experience for past Band members to meet and greet one another, while all working together to plan a larger reunion happening later on in this coming year. The 2018 TABA Membership Meeting over...

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Wizard of Oz at Rudder

Uh oh Reveille! Looks like we aren’t in Aggieland anymore!   Head on over to Rudder Auditorium to be taken on the adventure of your life. From Aggieland to Kansas to Oz, we are going to be going places and meeting new faces, all while battling witches and flying monkeys. Yes, you heard that right, flying monkeys! Come on folks, we’ve got to help the Munchkins out. Follow the yellow brick road and help Dorothy, Toto and the rest of her gang to defeat the Wicked Witch of the West and restore order and peace to the enchanted land...

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One Man Show “An Open Book” with Justin Furstenfeld, lead singer of Blue October

Who is Justin Furstenfeld you ask? Well to start, he is the lead singer, guitarist, and lyricist for platinum-selling, world-famous rock band Blue October. He has written at least ten top 40 Hot Alternative Singles spread out over eight albums. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Other than being a badass rocker, there is so much more than what meets the eye when it comes to this handsomely tattooed man. Born in Houston, this Texas-based artist is a producer, author, family man, leader and storyteller, who excels at sharing his past experiences and hard-learned mistakes. This native...

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