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Beware: Huge Plant in “Little Shop” Feeds Our Comedic Cravings

MBU Theatre presents “Little Shop of Horrors,” the dark yet comedic story of a carnivorous, talking plant that promises fame and fortune to its unlucky victims in exchange for blood. The show opens this weekend in the Chapel.

Photos by Tyler Gruen

MBU Theatre students clown around with one of the puppets that will be used in this weekend’s play, “Little Shop of Horrors,” having a little fun with the Spartan statue during rehearsals.

Looking Back at Tool’s “Lateralus”

Lateralus, an album that requires multiple listens … years of listening. In order to capture the true message, you need time, an open mind and some mathematical skills.

Photo by Alex Grey

“Oversoul,” artwork by Alex Grey, shows the depth of his artwork and gives an insight of what Tool’s music would represent in a physical form.

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@TrevorChaney Or even farther back when coaches would actually use water as some sort of reward. Glad those days are gone.

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