Category Archives: Entertainment

FEATURE: Lollapalooza is a popular event for a reason

By Joanna Garcia The excitement running through your body as your in line is surreal. The security line seems so long, everyone is looking at each other admiring each other’s creative outfits.  Girls have different colored glitter falling down their

REVIEW: Do not miss season two of ‘Unfortunate Events’

By Allyson Mata Daniel Handler’s books A Series of Unfortunate Events are brought to life on Netflix when three children Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire parents die in a terrible house fire as  are sent to countless different homes an

REVIEW: ‘Far Cry 5’ tops a mountain

By Brandon Kalsch Far Cry 5 is the ninth installment in the Far Cry video game series and was a  highly anticipated game. Far Cry 5 is the first Far Cry game based in the United States, which had American

REVIEW: ‘Lost in Space’ worth a watch

By Allyson Mata The new Netflix show Lost in Space has put an idea to the minds of the audience on the idea of the future and makes hearts beat faster as the Robinsons are faced with a series of

REVIEW: Gambino explains America in a song

By Izzy Mach “This is America” is Donald Glover’s, also known as Childish Gambino, newest song that was released on May 5. The song features other rappers such as Young Thug, Slim Jxmmi, 21 Savage, Blocboy JB, Quavo, and smokepurpp.

Top Five Places to Visit Before College

By Leah Wukitsch Looking for some nice places to visit? Well, these places are perfect for you! Here are 10 places to visit before college.   Colorado Colorado has cute little shops and beautiful mountains. I recommend going to Breckenridge

Highly anticipated movies of 2019

By Cass Norville How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (March 1, 2019) – The third film in Dreamworks’ How To Train Your Dragon series, this film will focus on the main characters, Hiccup, and his dragon, Toothless, as

No hesitation for translation

By Rudy Mix To quote the fictional science fiction series, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, written by Douglas Adams, “… if you stick a Babel fish in your ear you can instantly understand anything said to you in any

The subgenres of rock and roll

By Julianna Tassi Rock and roll wouldn’t be anything close to what it is without the initial influence of blues and jazz ideas. Through artists like B.B. King and Chuck Berry, these roots soon developed into a new genre. This

REVIEW: ‘Infinity War’ worth decade long wait

By Rudy A. Mix Seventy-six characters, all developing from at least three decades of comic-book lore, ten years of moviemaking, and ten years of anticipation has led Marvel to Avengers: Infinity War. This one movie has had so much anticipation