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Meryl Streep shines in ‘The Post’

Meryl Streep shines in ‘The Post’

Jaden Shemesh

January 21, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

“The Post” tells the story of The Washington Post’s decision to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents detailing the United States’ involvement in Vietnam for 30 years, beginning with World War II. The story mostly takes place during 1971, when The New York Times began publishing the...

Music to help students destress before exams

Music to help students destress before exams

Leslie Bracamontes

December 11, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Music

As exam week nears, many have found themselves staying up late to finish the year off with good grades. But as everyone knows studying is only half of the work, the other half is some good tunes. This playlist will relax anyone and put them in a state of calmness. Ranging from coffeehouse acoustics...

“The Disaster Artist” is anything but a disaster

“The Disaster Artist” is anything but a disaster

Jaden Shemesh

December 10, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

“The Disaster Artist” documents the friendship of Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau and the creation of their movie, “The Room,” one of the best-worst movies of all time. Based on the actual book written by Sestero, “The Disaster Artist” brings feelings of nostalgia, friendship and betrayal to...

Olivia Holt’s new single will brighten up your playlist

Olivia Holt’s new single will brighten up your playlist

Mauro Monrroy

October 29, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Pop singer-actress Olivia Holt recently released her new single and video for her song, “Generous”. It’s a very upbeat song and gets me nodding my head. This is a type of song that you can listen to whenever you are relaxing or studying. The single already racked up to 1 million streams on Spotify....

QUIZ: Which nut are you?

QUIZ: Which nut are you?

Theontae Walton

October 22, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Interactive, Quiz

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First They Killed My Father is impactful

First They Killed My Father is impactful

Jaden Shemesh

October 4, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

First They Killed My Father is a Netflix film following the life of 5-year-old Loung Un (Sreymoch Sareum) as the KhmerRouge comes to power in Cambodia during the 1970s. The film, directed by Angelina Jolie, is adapted from a memoir written by the real-life Loung Ung, describing her childhood survivi...

It’s a good scare

It’s a good scare

Theontae Walton

September 29, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Based on Stephen King’s novel It, the movie of the same name has grabbed the world’s attention with its witty and funny remarks between the protagonists. The revamp of the original 1990 film has also led to some hilarious memes. Pennywise, more widely known as It, terrorizes and kidnaps child...

Now in a theater near you

Now in a theater near you

Leslie Bracamontes, Carolin Hearne, and Arianna McQueen

September 6, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

Here's the breakdown of summer movies reviewed, from best to worst. Kidnap - 4/5 stars. Every other scene, there were unrealistic choices made by the mom, Karla Dyson (Halle Berry). At one point in the movie, she even neglected the chance to save her son Frankie McCoy (Sage Correa) by not taking ...

2017 movies continue to adapt books

2017 movies continue to adapt books

Leslie Bracamontes

September 6, 2017


Filed under Books, Entertainment, Movies

Recently it has become a trend in Hollywood to take New York Times best sellers and adapt them onto the big screen. In the upcoming months, its seems that most of the movies being released will be exactly that, adaptions. Sometimes, it works and leads to incredible movies, other times it turns into a flop....

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