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Go Twice to Disney’s Frozen II

Meghan Sullivan, Staff Writer December 4, 2019

When the first Frozen movie premiered, people my age weren't super old, but some had likely outgrown their Disney phase. Even as a freshman in high school, though, I absolutely loved Frozen, and...

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Stream or skip: Revenge of the Dreamers III

Collin Drey, Staff Writer November 28, 2019
Favorite Tracks: “Under the Sun”, “Down Bad”, “Oh Wow…Swerve”, “Wells Fargo”, “Ladies Ladies Ladies”, “Costa Rica”, “Got Me”, “PTSD”, and “Sacrifices”. Least Favorite Tracks: “Swivel”, “Sleep Deprived”, and “Sunset”.
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Cinema Central: Charlie’s Angels

Hailey Bieber and Nicole Berning, Staff Writers November 21, 2019

With big names in Hollywood like Kristen Stewart, Elizabeth Banks, Sam Clafin, Naomi Scott from the live-action Aladin, and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star Noah Centineo, Charlie’s Angels was...

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Last Christmas: A movie review

Hailey Bieber and Nicole Berning, Staff Writers November 12, 2019

Last Christmas is a movie centering around the life of Kate, an immigrant from Yugoslavia living in London, England. Kate, played by Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, is an aspiring singer who spends...

Looking for Alaska through the Lens of a Reader

Sabrina Pankratz, Editor November 5, 2019

I am not one who often enjoys a tv show or movie adaption of a book, especially one that I love.  After watching many of my beloved books not given justice in a cinematic form, I was nervous to...

“In the President’s Secret Service” : An audiobook review

“In the President’s Secret Service” : An audiobook review

Cory Becker, Staff Writer November 4, 2019

Written by Ronald Kessler, “In the President’s Secret Service” provides history nerds and exposé fans with a great read (or listen in this case) and keeps the reader interested in wanting to know...

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If books could kill: A podcast review

Hanna Vos , A&E Editor - Variety Editor October 14, 2019

If someone gives someone advice on killing someone and getting away with it, are they responsible for any murders committed using the advice? This is the theme of the podcast called Hit Man, researched...

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The Joker: An uncomfortable but important Movie

Nicklaus Ludwig, Staff Writer October 13, 2019

The Joker is a movie that will make viewers be comfortable being uncomfortable. The slow progression of Arthur Fleck, a comedian with mental health issues, losing his joy and happiness is truly disheartening....

Barke’s Box Office Report

Lacey Barke, Editor-In-Chief October 1, 2019

Barke’s Box Office Report   In its debut week, Abominable won the box office with $20.1 million. Judy made a smaller splash due to showing only at a select 461 theaters but still managed...

Barke’s Box Office Report

Lacey Barke, Editor-In-Chief September 23, 2019

Three new movies hit the box office this past weekend, and “Downton Abbey” secured the money bag with $31 million in its opening week. “Ad Astra” edged “Rambo: Last Blood,” skirting by with...

Series: Devil May Cry

Collin Drey, Staff Writer April 8, 2019

There’s a lot of games that people could consider influential for their genre. Mario 64 was influential for 3D platformers, Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time was influential for adventure games, and Final...

“Crazy Rich Asians” is a crazy fun time

Jamilia Vue, Staff Writer September 21, 2018

Based on the 2013 novel by Kevin Kwan, “Crazy Rich Asians” was directed by Jon M. Chu. Knowing that this movie was about Asians and that all of the actors were Asians really brought a light to myeye....

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