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Bonnie & Clyde – A Classic Love Story

Christopher Wakim, Features Editor

October 22, 2020

Finding myself locked in my humble box for the Corona-education has left me with an unhealthy amount of boredom in simply focusing on my studies and other responsibilities. So I decided, what better course of action then to dive i...

A Review of “Emily in Paris”

Taylor Hayes, Features Editor

October 22, 2020

“Emily in Paris” is about a young marketing woman who gets a job opportunity to be a marketing associate in Paris and give the company an American point of view. She moves from living in Chicago with a very supportive work sys...

WAP: a lyrical masterpiece of sexual innuendos and female empowerment

Bree Gray, News editor

September 18, 2020

Name a more iconic and dynamic duo than Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. They took the internet by storm with their overnight sensation, “WAP,” which was trending on Twitter, Instagram and even TikTok after its release in Aug...

‘Invisible Man’ a scary success

Shaelyn Ursida, Features Editor

March 5, 2020

The hot topic in movies this week has been the remake of the 1933 thriller “The Invisible Man,” originally directed by James Whale. The 2020 adaptation directed by Leigh Whannell stars Elisabeth Moss as Cecilia Kass, and ...

Jinjer reaches for international crowd with new album

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor

November 14, 2019

Ukranian heavy metal band Jinjer has stepped onto the international stage as one of the newest up and coming bands in the genre. Coming from Donetsk, Ukraine, Jinjer formed in 2009 but the band said it considers its official st...

‘Lobby Baby’ special brings refreshing comedy to Netflix

Shaelyn Ursida, Features Editor

November 7, 2019

I was browsing Netflix, wondering what to watch when I saw a new comedy special that was just released on Nov. 5 by the name of “Lobby Baby.” The program was directed by Neal Brennan and stars the notoriously funny “Late Ni...

‘Maleficent’ sequel exceeds expectations

Shaelyn Ursida, Features Editor

October 31, 2019

The movie “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” directed by Joachim Rønning, is the second addition to Disney’s whimsical and captivating “Maleficent” franchise. It is so rare that a sequel movie is as good as the original ...

‘Tall Girl’ shows inauthentic tall girl experience, short of expectations

Sarah Price, Contributing Writer

October 11, 2019

Being a “tall girl” myself, I was excited to watch a movie that I could potentially relate to. Saying I am disappointed with “Tall Girl,” released by Netflix on Sept. 13, is a bit of an understatement. Over the course ...

Restaurant reviews: pamper your palate

Sydney Holler, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2019

Before going to a new restaurant, many people search the internet to find out what others have to say about its atmosphere, service and, of course, its food. The same holds true for the Pampered Palate, which opened its doors to...

Tool’s album hits Billboard 200, showcases talent

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor

September 19, 2019

On the Billboard Top 200, an unlikely guest has swooped in and has been at the top spot since their new album’s debut on Aug. 30. The progressive rock band Tool released their newest creation, “Fear Inoculum,” after 13 ye...

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