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Logan

Logan

BennettR, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2017


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Let's call this a reverse review. I am giving my final opinion early because that is how fantastic this film is. Logan is the greatest movie involving Hugh Jackman's Wolverine which is increasingly appropriate considering it is Jackman's last run for the character. While the quality of X-Men films has...

Milk and Honey

Milk and Honey

MiaL, Social Coordinator

March 3, 2017


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When reading Milk and Honey, the reader must know that they are taking a moment to experience the most vulnerable parts of poet Rupi Kaur. Her first poetry book, released in 2015, caused controversy from her art and words that show the reality of violence and pain that young women deal with. Taking the...

The Outsiders

The Outsiders

TeresaH, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2017


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It had been a Saturday night and I was home alone. Maybe 11:45pm had not been the best time to start watching a movie but we all make responsible decisions. The Outsiders was a familiar name of a book I know had read but had somehow forgotten. And so, although not the most responsible decision, it e...

Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge

HannahN, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2017


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  -SPOILER ALERT- Directed by Mel Gibson, Hacksaw Ridge is the story of Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector in World War II who signed up for the army as a medic. Despite his refusal to carry a weapon, he managed to save 75 lives at the battle of Hacksaw Ridge. This (along with several ot...

Fire Emblem Heroes: The App

Fire Emblem Heroes: The App

KaeT, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2017


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My experience with Fire Emblem was swift and wonderful, a whirlwind of quality gameplay and fun experiences. Although it was only a few months earlier, I’ve blown my way through four of their most recent games. Since I have no consoles to play the older games, I was left aching for more. To my delig...

The Impossible

The Impossible

KaylaP, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2017


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*Spoilers* Although it’s been out for quite a while, the movie “The Impossible” has finally been added to Netflix. When I first watched this movie a few years back it left quite the mark on me and I do not think I will ever forget it. “The Impossible” is a captivating movie that follows...

Living the Unthinkable

Living the Unthinkable

HaleyB, Reporter

February 6, 2017


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Often we live our life taking what we have for granted. We complain about things that don’t go our way and shrug off the good. For Jaycee Dugard, she quickly found out to not take things for granted but to cherish every moment you have enjoying life. A Stolen Life is the story of how Phillip ...

Resident Evil VII: A Return to Form

Resident Evil VII: A Return to Form

BenG, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2017


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Resident Evil has had a rough few years. The last mainline entry into the franchise, Resident Evil 6, was released back in 2012 and was panned for its action-focused gameplay and overly-outrageous antics. The entry before that, Resident Evil 5, had similar problems, and I shudder to even think of the...

Split Review

Split Review

LeahT, Entertainment Editor

January 26, 2017


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The month of January is infamous in the Entertainment realm when it comes to movie releases. However, M. Night Shyamalan's Split is definitely no exception to this rule. I am not one to be nervous to watch any thriller but I found myself rather terrified when the title screen popped up. My instinct...

Passengers

Passengers

TeresaH, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2017


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When the trailer for Passengers first came out, excitement followed and hinted at a movie which balanced science fiction, romance, drama and action. Starring two high-profile actors, Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, Passengers came out December 21st, 2016 but was unable to compete with the suspenseful...

Warriors Don’t Cry

Warriors Don’t Cry

KiaraC, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2017


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Warriors Don't Cry is a raw and very true story about a girl named Melba Beals, who endured a great deal of physical and emotional abuse at Central High School in Little Rock as part of the first integration of schools in America. Melba signed up to be one of the nine colored people to enter an All...

Atlanta

Atlanta

EmilyH, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2017


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Looking for a new, unique and thought provoking show that can also keep you smiling at random unexpected and quirky humor? Then FX’s show "Atlanta" is the one for you. "Atlanta", written by, produced  by and starring Donald Glover (who has also recorded under the name Childish Gambino)  is a show s...

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