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“SPLIT” a review

March 9, 2017 6:12pm | Maddy Bailey

Night Shyamalan’s newest suspenseful thriller “Split” will leave you dangling from te edge of your seat. The story revolves around Kevin (James McAvoy) dealing with not only the 3 girls he kidnaps but also his multiple personalities. Kevin has 23 personalities living in his head; […]

Academy Award-winning Film “Moonlight” Celebrates Diversity

March 7, 2017 5:37pm | Diana Campos

Academy Award-winning film Moonlight is so much more than just a movie. It’s a story that will resonate with many people trying to navigate adolescence. Originally written by Tarell Alvin McCraney (“In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue”), Moonlight tells the life of a boy named […]

“Manchester by the Sea”

February 3, 2017 5:49pm | Avery Mansell

Oscar season is back and one of this years films is getting a lot of buzz. Kenneth Lonergan’s 2016 film “Manchester by the Sea” is about Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) a Boston handyman who has to take care of his 16 year old nephew Patrick […]


January 31, 2017 6:09pm | Ivar Lobaton

Mind of a meaningful artist Something common they don’t see when living life the hardest, To understand, understand I’m just a vessel and our ancestors write their stories through me, Mind me I’ve been slipping, falling from my ego it’s, Clear we’ve been bonafide no […]

Conspiracy Theory: Did We Really Land on the Moon?

January 31, 2017 5:50pm | Ennia Hernandez

One of America’s greatest achievements was July 20th, 1969, when the United States was the first country to leave the Earth’s atmosphere and land on the moon. But did we really even go to space? Here are 5 reasons that will make you question if […]

Donald Glover’s AWAKEN MY LOVE

January 26, 2017 5:44pm | Sierra Mills

I’ve been reveling in the glory of Donald Glover’s newest album, Awaken My Love, for sometime now, and if no one is going to write how beautifully done this album is, then I think it’s my duty to do so.   The 33 year-old blessed […]

Sing – Review

January 20, 2017 6:01pm | Skylar Moore

“Sing” by Garth Jennings is a fun new family film. It explores the hopes and dreams of creatures big and small. Similar to “Zootopia”, “Sing” is an animated movie that uses animals instead of people to express how all creatures are equal when it comes […]

SKAM – Your New Favorite TV Series

January 19, 2017 5:53pm | Diana Campos

Skam, or Shame, has spread like wildfire ever since its debut in 2015. The show, created by Julie Andem, is a popular internet-controlled series following the lives of a group of teenagers who all attend Hartvig Nissen School in Oslo, Norway.   Each season focuses […]

November 8, 2016 5:56pm | Yeimy Guerrero

The 2016-17 theater classes have put together a double feature show, Nothing in the Dark and Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. One about an old lady scared of death and the second, a comedy on ten ways to stay alive during an apocalypse. […]

Joey Pilot

November 2, 2016 5:06pm | Ezra Cromwell

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