Review

‘Dungeons and Dragons Honor Among Thieves’ doesn’t disappoint DnD fans

John Meyer Lantern Staff    The movie Dungeons and Dragons Honor Among Thieves was released in theaters around America on Friday, March 3. It had been a movie that a lot of people have been waiting to see because it has been years since the last DND movie had come out.       The movie is… Continue reading ‘Dungeons and Dragons Honor Among Thieves’ doesn’t disappoint DnD fans

Campus News · Feature

Lounge opens creating a place for gamers 

John Meyer Lantern Staff   An eSports and Gaming Lounge, located in the Student Union, opened right before the spring semester started on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Located in the Student Union, the site where the pool table used to reside is where the lounge can be found.     “There’s the huge presence of eSports and gaming… Continue reading Lounge opens creating a place for gamers 

Opinion · Review

Opinion: Hogwarts Legacy: Let streamers be  

John Meyer Lantern Staff    The new game, Hogwarts Legacy, that was released on Friday, Feb. 10, has been getting attacked by the by the LGBTQ+ community. Thanks to what J.K Rowling, the Harry Potter author, said towards the trans community, they have been attacking every streamer who has been playing this new game. They… Continue reading Opinion: Hogwarts Legacy: Let streamers be  

Campus News · Community News · Feature

A tale of loyalty, friendship awaits 

John Meyer Lantern Staff The Theatre department presents “The Children’s Show,” written and directed by Bob Peterson, professor of theatre, running Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. Set at the Digby Preparatory School, characters Frank and Alvin set out on an adventure.   Caden Runnalls, technical theatre director, has performed as Alvin the Alligator in… Continue reading A tale of loyalty, friendship awaits 

Review

Film offers action, suspense for viewers

John Meyer Lantern Staff The movie Plane, which was released to theaters on Friday, Jan. 13, is directed by Jean-François Richet and is the length of one hour and 47 minutes. This movie has some very awesome actors starring Gerard Butler, Louis Gaspare and Tony Goldwyn. Knowing Butler’s background with all his action-packed movies, this… Continue reading Film offers action, suspense for viewers

Campus News · Feature

Historical production opens tonight: ‘Cleopatra’ with limited seating  

John Meyer Lantern Staff Photos by Caden Runnalls Professor of Theatre and Speech Bob Peterson will make his second directorial debut tonight with Cleopatra at 7:30 p.m.   Peterson chose to direct Cleopatra because he is captivated by her as a historical figure.   “I was always fascinated by her,” Peterson said. “She is a… Continue reading Historical production opens tonight: ‘Cleopatra’ with limited seating  

Campus News · Feature

College event features two veterans: McNeil, Kline speak of their service

John Meyer Lantern Staff “Any nation that does not honor its heroes will not long endure,” President Kim Krull said during the Veteran’s Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 11.   During Krull’s speech, an honorary speaker at the event, she highlighted the number of Americans who are on active duty and are also among the National… Continue reading College event features two veterans: McNeil, Kline speak of their service

Campus News · Feature

From student to director: Runnalls makes his mark at Butler

John Meyer Lantern Staff Caden Runnalls, who just last year was a student, has gone from a Butler graduate to director for technical theater. Runnalls was offered the seat for director of technical theater by Bob Peterson, a speech and theatre professor.  His experience in theatre first began his freshman year of high school. This… Continue reading From student to director: Runnalls makes his mark at Butler