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‘Creed II’ impresses, relates back to ‘Rocky IV’ storyline

‘Creed II’ impresses, relates back to ‘Rocky IV’ storyline

Liz Corpus, Staff Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Movies, Showcase

Forty-two years of wisdom, resilience, and triumph. But this is still only the beginning. The recently released “Creed II” is absolutely worth seeing this holiday season. Michael B. Jordan takes the lead for the second time as Adonis Creed, a haughty boxer who is in the mindset of avengi...

‘The Holiday Calendar’ spreads messages for Christmas

‘The Holiday Calendar’ spreads messages for Christmas

Krista Rice, Chief Editor

November 18, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Movies, Showcase

In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, Netflix has begun to release a new batch of Christmas movies. Fortunately for us, “The Holiday Calendar” brought all the warm feelings in anticipation for Christmas as well as important messages. Kat Graham portrays Abby Sutton, a photographer...

Venom should remain a villain with minimum screen time

Venom should remain a villain with minimum screen time

Elizabeth Corpus, Staff

November 13, 2018


Filed under Arts & Life, Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

The Marvel cinematic universe, better known as the MCU, has made and assisted in the making of some of the greatest superhero movies of our time. Unfortunately, Venom is and will not go down as a great superhero movie. Tom Hardy takes the lead as Eddie Brock, an investigative journalist at...

The real cost of your electronic gadgets

The real cost of your electronic gadgets

Tarun Ravi, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Nowadays, electronic gadgets have become a part of us. But do we really know how these gadgets are made and how its production has affected the lives of many people around the world? It all starts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where workers as young as four years old mine for excessiv...

Troll toys from the ’70s tastefully remade in new medium

Troll toys from the ’70s tastefully remade in new medium

Valeriya Sobornitskaya, Guest Writer

April 4, 2017


Filed under Arts & Life, Movies

This PG-rated movie, now available on Redbox, was inspired by everyone’s favorite dolls from the '70s: The Trolls! Children and parents alike rushed to the movie theaters to see their childhood toys in action. The movie offers the kiddie glitter and happiness, but isn't completely unrewarding for...

Split cast and plot entertains viewers

Split cast and plot entertains viewers

Megan Agresta, Staff Writer

February 15, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

If you're looking for a movie that will leave you sitting on the edge of your seat with suspense, but will also have you laughing out loud, then Split is the movie for you. James McAvoy plays a middle aged man named Kevin who has multiple personality disorder. This causes him to shift personalities...

New KKK series could be worth watching

New KKK series could be worth watching

Frankie Grasso, Guest Writer

December 20, 2016


Filed under Arts & Life, Entertainment

Adviser's note: On Dec. 23, the USA Today reported the name of the series has changed to "Escaping the KKK." Then on Dec. 24, A&E reportedly decided to drop the show from airing.   A&E is making a documented series on the KKK, which I think will show people a better view of the ...

‘When the Bough Breaks’ leads the envied on

‘When the Bough Breaks’ leads the envied on

Samone Banks, Guest Writer

December 14, 2016


Filed under Arts & Life, Entertainment, Movies

Envy. Jealousy. Lust. These all must be included in a psychological thriller. “When the Bough Breaks” is an immediate attention-grabbing film and should be seen by those who find deep interest in such soul-seeking movies. The setting takes place in the Taylor’s home and lake house the majority...

Reading the key to long life

Reading the key to long life

Krista Rice, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016


Filed under Books, Entertainment, Opinion

When you hear the word ‘read’ what is your reaction? Reading shouldn’t be a chore, it should be a hobby. As a book lover, it upsets me when people say they “hate to read.” I believe that everyone can enjoy reading if they find the right book for them. Some people just don’t take t...

MPAA ratings must go

MPAA ratings must go

Donnie Darko, Guest Writer

October 18, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Movies, Opinion

According to the entertainment news site Deadline.com, the Motion Pictures Association of America generated $121 billion in wages. This makes the MPAA America’s most profitable censorship organization, and it’s about time that’s changed. Censorship has, for a long time, been a large but mostly overloo...

Local singer, songwriter seeks to make it big

Local singer, songwriter seeks to make it big

Danniele Patterson, Guest Writer

May 23, 2016


Filed under Music

Arielle Tindel has been involved with music since she was 6 years old and now writes and performs her own songs. Tindel’s writing process of her songs can take anywhere from 20 minutes to a few weeks but it is something she loves to do. She said, “It’s sort of something that’s always come natu...

‘Zootopia’ focuses on discrimination and diversity

Emily Samsa, Guest Writer

April 21, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Disney has done an incredible job with storytelling over the years. They give us films fused with real-world problems and explain it so well that children can truly understand what’s going on in the world today. Zootopia is another film in which they accomplish just that. The film takes place in...

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