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Rising Stars: Family Channel brings joy to millions

Rising Stars: Family Channel brings joy to millions

Maddie Dion, Rising Stars Columnist

February 22, 2018


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They are Austin McBroom, Catherine Piaz, and Elle Lively McBroom, who are also known as The Ace Family. The Ace Family is quickly becoming well-known to people all over the world, having over 5 million subscribers on their YouTube channel. Austin and Catherine film their life with their 1-year-old...

Game Corner: Travel around the globe with Super Mario Odyssey

Game Corner: Travel around the globe with Super Mario Odyssey

Manuel Ruiz, Game Corner Columnist

February 20, 2018


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History During a Nintendo Switch Presentation on January 12, 2017, where Nintendo was showing off its brand new game, Super Mario Odyssey. as a holiday 2017 game release. This would be a brand new Mario game being released on the new Nintendo Switch. Story As every Mario game, it’s always t...

Movie Matters: Talented Miguel ends his family ban on music in Coco

Movie Matters: Talented Miguel ends his family ban on music in Coco

Anna Davenport

February 14, 2018


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Miguel ends his family ban on music in Coco.

TV FANatic: A mind of a criminal

TV FANatic: A mind of a criminal

Krysta Robles, TVFANatic Columnist

February 12, 2018


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I’ve been a fan of Criminal Minds for a while now.  I’ve been watching this show since I was about 13, I’m 17 now. But when I was 13, I would just watch the episodes irregularly. Now, however, I watched the episodes in order. Watched it all on Netflix. It was great, honestly. I loved everything...

What’s that buzz? Dua Lipa’s new single leaves a powerful message

What’s that buzz? Dua Lipa’s new single leaves a powerful message

Kayla Gonzalez, What's that Buzz columnist

February 8, 2018


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New and rising star Dua Lipa’s new single “IDGAF” makes you want to jump on a table and dance. Dua Lipa, only 22, is making a mark with her single which has reached to almost 38 million views within a week on YouTube.That has gained her recognition from the U.S to London. “IDGAF” is a...

The Book Look: ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ captures the struggles of adolescence

The Book Look: ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ captures the struggles of adolescence

Lauren Melendez, 'Book Look' Columnist, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018


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The Catcher in the Rye, despite the controversy it incited upon its release, has transcended generations and is widely regarded as one of the best classic novels in America. This is, perhaps, why it is so beguiling. Written in 1951, this novel was audaciously honest for its time. It was deemed distasteful...

Movie Matters: Radius has a plot twist that really shocks you

Movie Matters: Radius has a plot twist that really shocks you

January 25, 2018


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For a plot twist that really shocks you, Radius.

Titanfall 2 is everything you ever wanted from a first-person shooter game

Titanfall 2 is everything you ever wanted from a first-person shooter game

Milton Hattem, Staff writer

December 14, 2017


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Titanfall 2 was developed by Respawn Entertainment and was one of the most well received shooters of last year and overall in recent years. The game still stands high critically and gained a cult following for very good reasons. Titanfall 2 greatly improved from the first Titanfall, and fixes all o...

The Book Look: ‘Turtles All the Way Down’ artfully represents teens with mental illness

The Book Look: ‘Turtles All the Way Down’ artfully represents teens with mental illness

Lauren Melendez, The Book Look Columnist

December 14, 2017


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John Green’s fans have eagerly awaited his latest novel, Turtles All the Way Down, like children waiting for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. Because it is his first piece since the New York Times Bestseller The Fault in Our Stars, which was written in 2012 and amassed innumerable accolades, expectations...

The Book Look: Nabokov’s ‘Laughter in the Dark’ examines blindness, both figuratively and literally

The Book Look: Nabokov’s ‘Laughter in the Dark’ examines blindness, both figuratively and literally

Lauren Melendez, 'Book Look' Columnist

November 6, 2017


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Vladimir Nabokov’s Laughter in the Dark is a delightfully evil tale of deceit, infidelity, and tragedy. One of his most noteworthy witticisms was, perhaps, the following line: “Death often is the point of life’s joke.” This cynical theory proved to be true, in the case of Albinus, the unfortunate...

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