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Overwatch 2: The Worst Game Launch in History

Nick D'Antonio, Editor November 21, 2022

On October 4, 2022, Blizzard, the game’s developing company, released “Overwatch 2,” a sequel to the fan favorite “Overwatch,” which won Game of the Year in 2016. The developers had originally...

The promotional poster for the upcoming film.

Super Mario: From Game To Film

James Bachman, Staff Writer November 21, 2022

On September 13, 1985, the Super Mario Bros. franchise made its grand entrance into mainstream media. Hearts across the world were filled when the original Super Mario Bros. game was released on the Nintendo...

Official movie poster for Blonde.

“Blonde” and The Trouble With Fictionalizing Truth

Alexandra Carcel, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Released in October of 2022, "Blonde," a Netflix film and account of the life of Marilyn Monroe, portrayed by Ana de Armas, divided viewers and critics alike. Based upon the Joyce Carol Oates novel by...

The official album cover for Midnights

Taylor Swift Goes Back Into Pop with TS10: Midnights

Ella Lipson, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

"Midnights" in the Making  On midnight of October twenty-first, Taylor Swift released her new album. The singer and songwriter first announced "Midnights" while accepting a VMA for her short film, "All...

Official movie poster for Hocus Pocus 2.

The Sanderson Sisters Return in “Hocus Pocus 2”

Gracie Gorsline, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

Everyone knows and loves the Salem sisters from "Hocus Pocus." Their witty sense of humor and craving for children is just silly and makes the audience smile. Overall, "Hocus Pocus" is a classic family...

Official movie poster for Smile.

“Smile” Leaves the Audience Scared

Akriti Thavanai, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

The catalyst of the film, "Smile," occurs within its first few minutes onscreen: A severely distressed young woman named Laurie is sent to an uptight, workaholic Dr. Rose Cotter, insisting hysterically...

The Power of the Dog Review

The Power of the Dog Review

Javid Labenski, Staff Writer June 14, 2022

In 1967, American author Thomas Savage published his fifth book, the novel, “The Power of the Dog." Exploring identity, masculinity, and sexuality on a ranch in 1920s Montana, the novel was critically...

Slay or Nay?: Met Gala 2022

Slay or Nay?: Met Gala 2022

Lily Barber, Jason Buczko, Jordyn Fuchs, and Lila Zink June 14, 2022

On May 2, 2022, the Met Gala served some good (and bad) looks on some of our favorite celebrities. This month, it is our job to decide which ones “slayed” and which ones did not. Welcome to the first-ever...

Zendayas Oscar Look Represents the Past, Present, and Future of the Oscars

Zendaya’s Oscar Look Represents the Past, Present, and Future of the Oscars

Lily Barber, Staff Writer June 8, 2022

The Oscars are an amazing opportunity for iconic fashion, and when done correctly, can make fascinating artistic statements. This year, one of the main examples of this was Zendaya, whose outfit referenced...

Percy Jackson Is Getting A TV Show

Percy Jackson Is Getting A TV Show

Katelyn Eddy, Staff Writer June 8, 2022

Growing up reading books can be a big part of someone’s childhood. They could remember a specific book, series, or just how they felt when reading during that time. Books that were popular with children...

“Heartstopper” Review: A Huge Step Forward for LGBTQ+ Representation

“Heartstopper” Review: A Huge Step Forward for LGBTQ+ Representation

Lila Zink, Staff Writer June 6, 2022

This Pride month, many people are searching for LGBTQ+ representation in the media. For years, representation for the community has been few and far between, consisting of either poorly written or background...

Top 10 Books to Read During Pride Month

Top 10 Books to Read During Pride Month

Lily Barber, Staff Writer June 6, 2022

With Pride month here, this is a great time to read some inclusive books that uplift the LGBTQ+ community. This list of LGBTQ+ books, many of them targeted to young adults (YA), is a great place to begin...

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