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Marvel’s “WandaVision” is a delightful sitcom mixed with suspense

Marvel’s “WandaVision” is a delightful sitcom mixed with suspense

Arisha Hirji, Web editor January 21, 2021

After quite some time without a new release, the Marvel universe is back with its first series: “WandaVision.” The series is streaming on Disney+ with its first two episodes released on Jan. 15; a...

“The Hate You Give” series by Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas’ “Concrete Rose” is a wild ride through life in Garden Heights

Katherine Parker, Managing editor January 20, 2021

  The prequel to Angie Thomas’ “The Hate U Give,” “Concrete Rose” was released Jan. 12.    Thomas’ 2017 debut novel, “The Hate U Give,” focused on an incident of police...

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“Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer” is nerve-racking and emotional

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager January 20, 2021

  As someone who cannot stand to be home alone, watching a murder docuseries is a rare occasion. However, “Night Stalker” was worth the nightmares. This limited series consists of four episodes...

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Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license” explained

Katlynn Fox , Editor-In-Chief January 14, 2021

Singer and actress Olivia Rodrigo released her first single, “drivers license,” on Jan. 8. The song quickly racked up streams on all music platforms and reached No. 1 on the Spotify global playlist,...

Socially distant holiday activities

Socially distant holiday activities

Olivia Yager, Reporter December 20, 2020

With many families and friends separated this year due to the pandemic, it may be hard for people to find the Christmas spirit. Fortunately, there are many festive activities abiding by COVID-19 restrictions....

Retro review: Black and white movies

Retro review: Black and white movies

Olivia Yager, Reporter December 18, 2020

Even with the wide variety of Christmas classics out there, I typically don’t stray from my favorite movies including “Elf,” “Home Alone” and “The Santa Clause.” I’ve never been interested...

Books to read over winter break

Books to read over winter break

Katherine Parker, Managing editor December 18, 2020

Winter break provides several glorious days of sleeping in, pajamas all day and Christmas movies. However, Netflix and social media can get old pretty quickly. If you’re looking for a way to relax that...

Playlist: Jingle Jams

Playlist: Jingle Jams

Mia Nguyen, Web Editor December 16, 2020

As Saint Nick begins preparing for the holiday season, I often find myself groaning after listening to the same Christmas classics over and over again. While the holiday season is filled with cheer, most...

Quarantine cardigan

Quarantine cardigan

Kate Knauff, News editor December 15, 2020

Back in February of this year, Harry Styles wore a colorblock cardigan by JW Anderson to a rehearsal for NBC’s Today Show. Since then, the cardigan has blown up across all media platforms as people try...

“evermore” album cover

Taylor Swift’s new album “evermore” is a “gold rush”

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor December 14, 2020

Just months after releasing her redefining eighth studio album, “folklore,” Taylor Swift released her ninth album, “evermore,” Dec. 11 along with a music video. The album includes 15 songs, featuring...

“Selena: The Series” fails to focus on main character

“Selena: The Series” fails to focus on main character

Arisha Hirji, Web editor December 11, 2020

“Selena: The Series” was released on Netflix Dec. 4. The biopic follows Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla (Christian Serratos) and her tragic journey to becoming the Queen of Tejano music....

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Shawn Mendes finds new sound with “Wonder”

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager December 11, 2020

Shawn Mendes released his fourth album “Wonder” on Dec. 4. I have been a fan of Mendes for a few years now, and I’ve witnessed his musical style develop over his four albums. With each release, I...