John Meyer Lantern Staff Hocus Pocus die-hard fans have been waiting nearly 30 years for a sequel, and the wait is over. In 1993, audiences were first introduced to the Sanderson sisters, three sisters who form the witch coven. There was a change in directors from the first film, directed by Kenny Ortega, to the… Continue reading “Hocus Pocus” returns 30 years later: Sandersons clash with teen witches
Jen Anima-Valdez Editor-in-Chief Thirty-free faculty members were laid off in a meeting at Emporia State University on Thursday, Sept. 15 with little to no explanation as to why. They walked into the building for a “mandatory” meeting where they were given a letter, mental health resources and unemployment/insurance resources. ESU President Ken Hush, who the… Continue reading OPINION: 33 faculty laid off: To whose benefit?
Kira Dye Lantern Staff One of the latest horror movies to come out recently is Barbarian, which features: Bill Skarsgård of Stephen King’s IT, Justin Long from Tusk and up-and-coming actress Georgina Campbell. This movie is a hot mess but in the best way possible. Barbarian leaves the audience wanting more even whilst knowing there… Continue reading ‘Barbarian’– Unbelievably Original
Jen Anima Lantern Staff David Grann, an American journalist, had a pitch deadline for The New Yorker and had not found the perfect topic to write about. He called friends and family in search of the right story when a friend brought up the Giant Squid, an animal so rare no one had seen alive… Continue reading ‘New York Times’ best-selling author speaks about ‘Killers’ at Butler
Jen Anima Lantern Staff As we all know American history books have been known to leave out information on historical events especially those that have to deal with people of color. Although we know this comes from the racism the United States was founded upon and the fact they keep secrets – like UFOS until… Continue reading Unwritten history– Grann delivers must read on Osage murders
Mac Thompson Special to Lantern Grizzlies soccer showed flashes of what this team could be capable of with 3-0 home win over Hutch on Saturday, Oct. 1. After a rough start in an eventual road win against Dodge and lackluster home wins against Garden and Neosho, the Grizzlies came out for the first time in… Continue reading Soccer wins tough vs. Hutch