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Is there such a thing as too much skater boy?

Is there such a thing as too much skater boy?

December 19, 2019

Jared Tyler is the coolest boy in school, a heartthrob skater that could have any girl he wants. He skates to school on his board every day and carries it around so everyone knows that he’s a fan of “Rick and Morty.” With his shaggy hair and stylis...

Turtlenecks: the best way to ward off vampires

Turtlenecks: the best way to ward off vampires

November 8, 2019

You are in a dark alley, and a man has been following you for the past four blocks. His pale skin looks ghostly in the moonlight, eyes as red as a freshly bloomed rose. There is no doubt in your mind that he is a vampire. You reach the end of the alley ...

Blazers: easy, breezy and not at all cheesy

Blazers: easy, breezy and not at all cheesy

November 8, 2019

Oversized blazers, velvet blazers, cropped blazers, satin blazers, plaid blazers, blazers with belts, etc. Find the blazer style that best suits you and your personality, then rock it. Whether they are worn by professionals or those interviewing for...

Comic Critic: A Marvel-ous retrospective

Comic Critic: A Marvel-ous retrospective

May 7, 2018

Ten years. Let that sink in for a second. Ten years ago, Robert Downey Jr. first graced the silver screen as Tony Stark. One decade ago, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) said those fateful words that announced the arrival of a pop culture phenomenon. “You...

Comic Critic: A hero for everyone

Comic Critic: A hero for everyone

March 16, 2018

Diversity and whitewashing have become buzzwords for not only superhero films, but films in general over the past few years. Those who advocate the former say that it is because they provide role models for people young and old to look up to that look...

Justice League v. Avengers: Dawn of Comparisons

Justice League v. Avengers: Dawn of Comparisons

December 21, 2017

Let the comparing begin! When Marvel released The Avengers in May 2012, they ushered in the age of the cinematic universe. Now, five years later, film-goers finally get to see the results of this new age with the release of DC’s Justice League. Does...

Comic Critic: A super year for TV

Comic Critic: A super year for TV

November 22, 2017

While superheroes have experienced a renaissance in the cinemas, they have experienced one in television as well. Shows on The CW, ABC, FOX, and FX have also drawn praise for their superhero programming. So, in celebration of all these series (and because...

Sydney says: terrible trends

Sydney says: terrible trends

October 23, 2017

From wavy eyebrows to boiled egg application, it is clear that makeup trends have wildly developed this year. Although most trends are socially acceptable, some trends are a bit more extraneous and questionable than others. Wavy eyebrows have been...

Tara’s Take: Senior crowns don’t have to be stressful

Tara’s Take: Senior crowns don’t have to be stressful

August 28, 2017

Did you get roasted for your old crown because it’s not good enough? Are you so excited to make your senior crown, but you don’t know where to start? Or maybe, you procrastinated and need to make one soon? Here are some tips for making your crowns. U...

The Comic Critic: The downsides of being iconic

The Comic Critic: The downsides of being iconic

August 28, 2017

They are heroes that transcend the silver screen and become ingrained in popular culture. They are the heroes you see people casually wear shirts of in the mall. They are the heroes that, if you mention them to someone, no matter who they are, they’d...

The Comic Critic: Facing the Music

The Comic Critic: Facing the Music

May 17, 2017

Bryson: Imagine Star Wars without John Williams’ iconic songs, or James Bond without his recognizable theme. Music is one of the most essential complements of film. Today, off the heels of the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, I am going...

On the flip side- Vol 5

Diego Sultan, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2017

We’re nearing the end of the school year, and this will be the final version of this column.  Even with this column ending, the idea of finding and loving new, but hidden music will always have its place in this world.  The internet will always have a place for people who want to share new music. Boom-Bap revivalist Your Old Droog- Packs Your Old Droog is a rapper from New York who initially blew up when people thought he was legendary rapper Nas.  And that mistake...

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