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10 Rom Coms to watch this Valentines Day 

10 Rom Coms to watch this Valentines Day 

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

Valentine's Day can be an exciting or dreadful day. Whatever your plans might be, why not settle in, grab some comfort food and watch a movie? With so many to choose from, we have you covered...

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“Saltburn” —- a visually alluring class commentary

Timothy Pratt, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

One of the most thrilling and sensational films of the year, Emerald Fennell transports the viewer back to the year 2006 for her latest film, “Saltburn.” This film has come under heavy fire for...

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“Poor Things” —– unhinged in all nature 

Timothy Pratt, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

In a year of shocking and explicit films, “Poor Things” stands out above the rest. A stylized, unhinged coming of age film, director Yorgos Lanthimos takes viewers for a wild ride. Based on the...

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Best of the 2024 Grammy performances

Graciella Dressler, Managing Editor February 13, 2024

Surprise celebrity appearances, best dressed to worst dressed, live performances and a new Taylor Swift album? Must be awards season. It wouldn’t be the Grammys without several celebrity snubs and...

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2024 Grammy’s Award Winners Review

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer February 12, 2024

The 66 annual Grammy Awards were held Feb. 4 and highlighted the best artists and music of the year before. A night of performances, emotions and accolades, the yearly show never disappoints; until...

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A potter-head’s dream: “Hogwarts Legacy” review

Tori Weed, Staff Writer March 27, 2023

If you’ve ever found yourself yearning for a stream of acceptance letters from your favorite wizarding world to come flying out of the fireplace or wondered what life could be if you were the chosen...

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“Descender”: a simulation for humanity’s demise 

Jaden Smith, Copy Editor February 16, 2023

If you’re a fan of space operas (or just imagining Doctor M. D. as a sci-fi show and now oddly attracted to reading the rest of this review), you should Google “Descender”. Okay, yes, this is...

“The Bad Batch” season two asks bigger questions amid bombastic battles

Robert Merrill, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

“Star Wars” has come a long way from the space opera about a farm boy trusting the force in 1977. Modern “Star Wars” tackles complex topics like war profiteering, slavery, and the radicalization...

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14 romantic comedies for the fourteenth of February 

February 14, 2023

By Graciella Dressler and Jaden Smith | Features Editor and Copy Editor 1.) Always Be My Maybe (2019)   When childhood sweethearts, Sasha Tran and Marcus Kim, have a falling out and do...

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Music to look out for in February  

Kylie Vargas, Staff Writer February 12, 2023

With the constant release of new music, it’s easy for album releases to get lost in the mix. February’s new music is marked by comebacks from industry veterans along with new voices. Here are...

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Dotting i’s and crossing state lines 

Sarah Killip, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2022

For the month of September, I was able to embark on a journey I’ve been dreaming about for years. Narrative journalism has always been a passion of mine—there’s just something about telling...

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Editor’s column

Sarah Killip, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2022

One little piece of paper will decide whether or not I can have an abortion. One little piece of paper will decide whether or not people of color are equal—because our systems don’t represent...

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