Category Archives: Entertainment

Why Call of Duty will die

By Chris Lynch Call of Duty has been one of the leaders in the game industry for years but they are running into some trouble. A lot of their players are getting tired of their elongated series and are asking

Nintendo Switch’s record-setting sales match product

By Chris Lynch Like the Wii U GamePad before it, the Switch offers a 6.2-inch touchscreen. The tablet-like portion of the console is small and measures roughly 6.7×3.9x.6 inches. Even with the Joy-Con controllers attached, its 9.4×4.1×1-inch frame makes it

Entrepreneurship class helps BHS students impress investors

By Neal Patel An entrepreneur-like class that gives upperclassman the chance to come up with a business is being offered at Batavia High School. This class even has investors that can put money into the student-owned businesses who impress them

REVIEW: ‘The Champion’s Ballad’ is not a game to miss

By Koby Kett Warning! Spoilers! “Now my moment has finally come. Brace yourself, Ganon,  for the sting of my revenge!” – Revali of the Rito “This will be our final opportunity. We will not fail!” – Mipha of the Zora

REVIEW: Who are the final three women?

By Yonglin Zheng Last Monday The Bachelor aired its hometown its ever so important hometown dates. Arie visits the families’ of his final four women- Kendall, Tia, Becca K., and Lauren. This episode not only revealed which two girls’ were

REVIEW: ‘Wonder’ pulls at heartstrings

By Allison Bleakley If there were three words to describe the movie Wonder, it would be described as heartwarming, eye-opening, and amazing. Stephen Chbosky brings the New York Times best-selling novel to the big screen to tell the inspirational story

Q&A- Knautz sings his way to state

Nathan Knautz is a Batavia High School junior. The weekend of January 27, he was invited to the Illinois All-State Choir event in Palos Heights, Ill. People from each of the nine districts were chosen, and Knautz was one of

5G connection will revolutionize technology

By Ryan Larson Most of us all have smartphones nowadays. We have the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, and many more. They all compete to be the best phone, and each phone is different and better in its own way.

REVIEW: Odesza strikes ears, charts

By Bri Pierce Music is the most valuable aspect of life. When new music comes out it should be as praised as when a new President is inaugurated. Odesza’s new album A Moment Apart dropped Sep. 8, 2017. The album

Top 10 Winter Olympics to Watch

By Erin Golden Have you ever been watching the Olympics but you’re just not sure what sport to watch? Well here’s a list of what to watch and why! Hockey Hockey is probably the most popular winter Olympic sport. Outside