DiCaprio leads pack with ‘Wolf’

In their fifth collaboration, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio team up for “The Wolf of Wall Street,” a movie that makes “The Great Gatsby” look like a kid’s birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese’s. Released Dec. 25, the biographical dark comedy was adapted from a memoir of the same name… Continued

Tony-winning show comes to Philly

College students may not be the largest demographic filling up seats at the Walnut Street Theatre, but for the venue’s run of “In The Heights,” they certainly should be. The musical premiered on Broadway in 2008, racking up four Tony Awards from 13 nominations. It was also nominated for the… Continued

Hurricane Sandy: the aftermath

The northern East Coast of the United States experienced an anomaly a month ago when it was hit by a natural disaster that was uncharacteristic of the region. The hurricane turned out to be a Category 1 disaster, a rating at which many southern folks might have guffawed. However, the… Continued

Thomas’ game: Stellar defense

In order to be a great defensive team, or defensive player, you need to have certain traits. You need to be physical, intense and aggressive, yet responsible on the defensive end. Derrick Thomas, the starting two-guard for the Drexel men’s basketball team, embodies all of those qualities and more and… Continued