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Clawing its way to the top

Clawing its way to the top

February 21, 2018

Intense action, suspenseful crime, and a heroic superhero: the formula to an amazing Marvel movie. However, Black Panther goes beyond all this to create the best movie of the year. The main setting of the nation Wakanda is not only beautiful but ...

Not “Filthy,” but no “Winner” either

Not “Filthy,” but no “Winner” either

February 8, 2018

Justin Timberlake’s third Super Bowl halftime show, this time as the main attraction, could be equated to a night out with friends, one where everyone had fun time, but probably wouldn’t be telling stories about it for years after. Timberlake was...

It’s not unsportsmanlike conduct

It’s not unsportsmanlike conduct

January 12, 2018

Even 45 minutes before the parade was scheduled to start, the parade route was packed. Black and Gold-clad fans that went 10 deep were spread throughout Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, from Main Street USA to Frontierland, hoping to catch a glimpse of...

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...

No one cares what you think

Emily Cosio, News Editor

December 21, 2017

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

Discussing politics can easily upset people, even if it is at home. But bringing politics to the classroom has to be done delicately so teachers and students can prevent annoying and bothering one another. In many classes, like history and English, political discussion can never be completely avoided. When politics are mentioned in textbooks or in an essay, teachers should absolutely teach and explain to their students the lesson and how it ties into the political text. ...

‘Tis the season for respect

Sarah Dreyer, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2017

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of lunch. Students crowd around the cafeteria and pour into the lunch room, pushing, shoving, and even cutting through the lines to be the first to get food. The lunch staff attempts to control the chaos, but no one seems to hear or pay attention. By the end of lunch, the cafeteria and courtyard are trashed, and the only people standing are the janitors left to clean up the mess. Where is the respect? Respect is a consideration...

Cucinella’s a good delivery option

Cucinella’s a good delivery option

December 12, 2017

Cucinella’s Brick Oven Pizzeria is going to be the local pizza place that friends and families take into consideration when deciding where to order on Fridays. Their calzone, filled with cheese and the choice of any two toppings, was absolutely ...

Gift giving, aka the worst part of the holidays

Tara Routie, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2017

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

The girl you sit next to in algebra class hands you a present. You open it, and realize she got you bacon socks. Even though you are a vegetarian, you begin to panic because now you have to go buy her something. It is hard to buy presents for people, especially if you don’t know what to get them. Unless you want to be stuck in an awkward gift exchange, at least listen to these suggestions. Gift giving has many subcategories, and they all depend on your relationship....

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...

Strange is the new awesome

Strange is the new awesome

November 1, 2017

Go microwave some Eggos and find a quiet place, because after one year, three months, and 12 days, Stranger Things’ second season has dropped on Netflix, and it was well worth the wait. Consisting of nine episodes, one more than last time, this season...

Death from the start

Death from the start

October 16, 2017

The intro begins as one of the most beautiful songs, “Together” by Marques Houston plays in the background. The music throughout Til Death Do Us Part is spot on and the movie has one of the best soundtracks, but the rest of the movie falls short. In Til D...

Kneeling for anthem warrants (just) punishment

Kneeling for anthem warrants (just) punishment

October 11, 2017

When 200 NFL players did it on Sept. 24 in response to President Donald Trump’s comments on the matter, kneeling for the national anthem once again gained nationwide attention. The protest has spread into high school sports, a realm where NFL players...

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