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ONE SMALL MISSTEP FOR MANKIND?

ONE SMALL MISSTEP FOR MANKIND?

Sean Bull, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


Filed under Arts & Culture

From the first minute, “First Man” grips the viewer. Gone is the rhythmic polish of director Damien Chazelle’s previous films. Where watching “La La Land” gave a feeling of floating along, some distance away from the main protagonists, “First Man” shoves the viewer right in the cockpit with Neil Armstrong.

Space program inspires technological innovation

Space program inspires technological innovation

Clarion editorial board

September 11, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The passing of Neil Armstrong should remind us to continue exploring space. The space program was a magical thing in the 1960s. It was a time when nations were trying their hardest to explore and advance faster than others. The United States knew it would be a power to be reckoned with by putting...

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