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Generational Divide

Generational Divide

Hunter Spooner, Business Manager

January 16, 2020

“OK, Boomer.” The phrase has been spreading across the United States and then proceeded to the rest of the world millions of times over the past few months. It is pretty natural that there are disagreements between generations. Buy a house or rent? Cable or Netflix? Cereal or avocado on toast? All...

Jojo Rabbit Review

Jojo Rabbit Review

Evan Phillips, Reporter

January 14, 2020

I have been excited for Jojo Rabbit since the teaser trailer was released this summer.  I love a good World War 2 movie as much as the next guy, but this one in particular had me dying for its release.  It isn’t often that we get a film that comes from the Nazi’s point of view, and especially di...

Winter Lawn Care

Winter Lawn Care

Raven Knight, Reporter

January 12, 2020

Keep late-harvest veggies  Veggies like broccoli, brussels sprouts and kale are okay with a light frost. In fact, it makes them sweeter.    Conserve your greenery    Make sure that any green plants get added to compost. They contain a lot of nutrients that are gre...

Gender Roles: Opinions by Erin Hollar

Gender Roles: Opinions by Erin Hollar

Erin Hollar, Print Editor

January 7, 2020

I strongly believe that our ideals of femininity and masculinity are learned instead of natural. From a very young and impressionable age, we are taught what it means to be a man or woman by the people and propaganda that we are surrounded by. From little things like asking for male volunteers in elementa...

This American Life Podcast Review

This American Life Podcast Review

Camden Habgood, Reporter

October 30, 2019

“...These stories are a kind of beacon. By making stories full of empathy and amusement and the sheer pleasure of discovering the world, these writers reassert the fact that we live in a world where joy and empathy and pleasure are all around us, there for the noticing,” reporter Ira Glass described...

Dark Souls Walkthrough

Dark Souls Walkthrough

Stephen Holko, Reporter

May 7, 2019

Art is an entirely subjective experience, one that is rather difficult to explain without having all parties involved witness it firsthand. How does one explain the mysterious smile of the Mona Lisa to someone who's never seen it? How do you elaborate on the entrancing swirls of the night sky in Starry...

Avengers: Endgame Review

Avengers: Endgame Review

Keegan Pickering, Reporter

May 3, 2019

The Russo Brothers, the directors of Endgame, asked the internet not to spoil their movie, and I have a huge amount of respect for them. That being said, there are going to be spoilers in this review; so please do not read if you haven’t seen Endgame. “You still think there will be no consequences,...

Hellboy Review

Hellboy Review

Keegan Pickering, Reporter

April 22, 2019

In August of 1993, Mike Mignola’s comic-book superhero “Hellboy” made his debut in San Diego Comic-Con Comics #2. In an interview with Nightmare Magazine, Mignola talked about the process leading up to the release, “I’d been working for Marvel and DC for ten years, had done a little bit of...

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