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Jadas' Jams: November

Jadas’ Jams: November

November 30, 2019

Fans chart SuperM in top Billboard 200; days after album release

Jada Mattson, Staff Member

October 20, 2019

SuperM is a new K-pop group that was produced by Lee Soo Man, founder of SM Entertainment, through a collaboration with SM Entertainment and U.S. Capitol Music Group to launch the new global project ‘SuperM’. The group consist...

Jada's Jams: October

Jada’s Jams: October

October 8, 2019

King of the Hill

Aaliyah Mayes, Staff Member

April 5, 2019

Thursday March 28, marked this year’s annual Mr. All-American charity event. Seniors Marcus Hendricks, Don Lucas, Ian Henigan, Cino Sanchez, Fernando Sanchez, Carter Poeschl, Zini De Leon, Marcel King, Nick Hendrix and Mareck R...

When it rains I can’t complains

Dillon Laney, Staff Member

March 8, 2019

The Umbrella Academy is a beautiful mash of just about every genre. It’s a crime show, a time-travel show, a family show, a music show, an ape show, and most of all, a superhero show. It’s a pretty bizarre series, with obvio...

Alita: Battle Angel has nerves of steel

Izabella Grimaldo, Staff Member

March 8, 2019

I’ve never been a fan of sci-fi movies and have no love for the cyberpunk world. I’ve had minimal contact with the Star Wars saga, though I know a ton of facts, thanks to my cousin, and have had even less involvement in th...

How to End Your Trilogy, in a good way

Dillon Laney, Staff Member

March 8, 2019

Being the third How to Train Your Dragon movie, The Hidden World serves as a fantastic final display of who its characters are, dragons and humans alike. It sends off Hiccup, Toothless and his crew of dragon trainers with such compassion t...

Confusing at it’s finest

Dillon Laney, Staff Member

March 8, 2019

Set in a world riddled with dead, decaying astronauts, ruled by a ginormous floating bear who likes to give out free meat packages, and terrorized by winged-lizard-babies, Borne is even weirder than it sounds. Borne is an interesting book ...

‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ review

Dillon Laney, Staff Member

March 6, 2019

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part continues the disastrous story of The Lego Movie and takes it to new and great locations. Unlike its predecessor, The Second Part goes galactic and gets confusing because space stuff is always confusing. ...

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