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Avengers: Endgame trailer continues the suspense from Infinity War

Avengers: Endgame trailer continues the suspense from Infinity War
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Nick Twa, Reporter

December 13, 2018


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Review, Top Stories

So… that happened. That was what I thought when I finished watching the Avengers: Endgame trailer. Sure, all trailers are meant to get you excited for the movie. But this trailer took it to another level. The suspense that was left from Avengers: Infinity War was honed in when Marvel decided to c...

British crime show “Bodyguard” will make you wish you had security

British crime show “Bodyguard” will make you wish you had security

Sophia Jaeger, Arts Editor

November 29, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Review

A quiet kind of intensity radiates throughout the British crime show “Bodyguard”. With a plot centered around terrorist threats in the UK, the show reaches into the actual fears of terrorism we face in today's society, allowing real emotion to build in fictional circumstances. Each episode is filled with slo...

Starbucks holiday hiccup

Starbucks holiday hiccup

Mercedes Mancilla, reporter

November 28, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review

As the seasons change, so does Starbucks’ seasonal drinks. Every year the winter season drinks are the star of winter. Forget the Pumpkin Spice Latte, peppermint and white chocolate are taking over. The newest drink spoke to me instantly, a Toasted White Chocolate Mocha. At first I thought it s...

Khalids “Suncity” entrance’s listeners

Khalids “Suncity” entrance’s listeners

Emily Jarrell, Reporter

November 28, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review

With the release of American Teen in 2017, R&B artist Khalid made his mark in the R&B world. Since then, Khalid’s voice has been featured in numerous songs in a wide variety of genres. If you asked me a week ago if I liked Khalid, my answer would probably be something along the lines o...

Britannia leaves viewers breathless

Britannia leaves viewers breathless

Sophia Jaeger, Arts Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Brimming with haunting Druids and Deathly Romans, Britannia reaches deep into a land quaking with tension. When the Romans arrive to the island of Britannia, ruin and mass devastation are soon to follow. The rivaling tribes of Cantii and Regni find themselves trapped in a web of Roman deception a...

Absentia sends chills down viewers’ spines

Absentia sends chills down viewers’ spines

Sophia Jaeger, Arts Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Mind reeling, a chill coursing through my veins. This is how I sat after watching Absentia. This new Amazon original show is nothing short of downright spooky. Following the horrifying story of  FBI agent Emily Byrne’s return after being held captive for six years by a man still at large it is both...

Mozart in the Jungle sure to inspire its audience

Mozart in the Jungle sure to inspire its audience

Sophia Jaeger, Arts Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Music breeds passion. It reaches the greatest depths of our souls and draws out our deepest emotions. Mozart in the Jungle reminds viewers that even music absent of lyrics carries deep emotion. With three seasons focused on characters who have dedicated themselves to bringing a story to life through the...

Amazon Originals worthy of bingeing

Sophia Jaeger, Arts Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories, Uncategorized

If you're looking for a thrilling show to binge Amazon, has come through with some fantastic and thrilling series that will leave you clicking to watch the next episode.

Black Panther is more than just a superhero movie

Black Panther is more than just a superhero movie

Xavi Golden, Reporter

February 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Review, Top Stories

Imagine a superhero. Not any specific character, just the image that comes to your mind when you think about costumed do-gooders. You see, in your mind’s eye, a white guy who’s wearing his underwear on the outside of his pants. Now, you’re not “racist” for thinking of the archetypal superhero as ...

Jan. music releases pave way for 2018 to be hip-hop’s year

Jan. music releases pave way for 2018 to be hip-hop’s year

Maddie Brockmyre, Co-editor in chief

January 29, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Music, Review, Top Stories

As this month winds down, take a look at some of the more memorable song and album releases in the hip-hop genre, and what's to come.

Cuphead introduces an original idea with classic influence

Cuphead introduces an original idea with classic influence

Gabe Rutherford, Reporter

December 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Review, Top Stories, Uncategorized

“Cuphead” is a lively, upbeat run-and-gun platformer video game made in the style of early 1930s-esque animation, with large inspiration from early cartoons such as Betty Boop, Popeye, and Mickey Mouse. The game is a breath of fresh air into the stale clones that the games industry has been pumping...

The Grammy Awards: the nominees, the snubs and the potential winners

The Grammy Awards: the nominees, the snubs and the potential winners

Caitlyn Cooling, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories

The 60th annual Grammy awards are one of the most anticipated ceremonies of the year. Pulling in upwards of 26 million viewers every year. So who’s going to take home a win this year? Tune in January 28 to find out. Here’s a list of the most watched categories along with their nominees: (see t...