Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie surpasses already low expectations

Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie surpasses already low expectations

Caitlin Shampine, Life Editor
June 5, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories

Have you ever went to the movie theatre to see a movie and it began but you were almost positive it had to be a joke? This happened to me when I went to see Diary of a Wimpy Kid: the Long Haul. It was such bad acting it seemed impossible for them to be serious. Alicia Silverstone, former iconic actress fr...

“More Life” showcases Drake’s unique talents

“More Life” showcases Drake’s unique talents

Spencer Sortman, Reporter
April 10, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Review, Top Stories

More Life, a title that completely embodies Drake’s new album. More Life, an extremely varied showcase for the adept artist and his signature voice. At first listen, the album sounds a lot like Drake’s last album, Views, released in 2016.  However, its unique sounds combined with Drake’s usual skil...

Ed Sheeran shows a different style in his new singles

Ed Sheeran shows a different style in his new singles

Caitlin Shampine, Life Editor
January 15, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Review, Top Stories

Sheeran has a reputation of slower heartfelt music, but in these new singles “Castle on the Hill” and “Shape of You,” he challenges that idea. His choice of releasing each song separate was met with a few questions, but upon listening to both, it was clear why he did this; while both songs a...

Fall Out Boy falls back into their signature sounds

Fall Out Boy falls back into their signature sounds

Aliyah Austin, Reporter
January 22, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Review, Top Stories

In the ultimate oxymoron, Fall Out Boy’s last album released in April of 2013 Save Rock and Roll was more foo-foo pop than knock-your-socks-off rock. After a five year hiatus, they released catchy bubblegum songs like “Miss Missing You” and “Young Volcanoes” that strayed from the fiery ...

Swift’s new style in “1989”

Swift’s new style in “1989”

Schaefer Thelen, Sports editor
December 1, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Review

With the release of Red on October 22, 2012, many of Taylor Swift’s more traditional fans blew up over her experimentation with pop elements in the songs  “I Knew You Were Trouble,” which featured dubstep-like aspects in the chorus, and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” However, their ...

Throwback Thursday, Halloween edition

Throwback Thursday, Halloween edition

Elizabeth Tibbe, Managing Editor
October 31, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Review

You would think a Halloween concert would feature “Monster Mash”, “Thriller” or “This is Halloween”. But orchestra director Melissa Meyers, took this years concert in a different direction. Backwards. Back to classic hits, to Guns n' Roses, The Beatles and Beach Boys. There is no other...

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