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I dare you to find a worse movie than “Truth or Dare”

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2018

After being talked up for quite some time, the new horror film, “Truth or Dare” was released. Filled with so many famous cast members you’d expect the movie to have a higher rating than 1-3 stars, but that seems to be the...

BTS brakes records with “Fake Love”

Lizzy Nguyen, staff reporter

June 1, 2018

The Korean Pop group BTS is returning to the new year with a new album, “LOVE YOURSELF 轉 'Tear'” following last year’s “LOVE YOURSELF 承 'Her'.” To debut their new songs, they appeared on the Billboard award show once again ...

Post Malone pushes the boundaries of hip-hop

Mckenzie Hoskins, editor-in-chief

June 1, 2018

With his second record, “Beerbongs & Bentleys,” Post Malone hopes to "push the genre" of hip-hop. Despite only releasing his debut single "White Iverson" three summers ago, he's enjoyed a rapid ascent in the music i...

National Turtle Day

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2018

National Turtle Day was originally started in 1990 by the American Tortoise Foundation as a means to protect and recognize turtles around the world as well as their disappearing habitats. The holiday takes place on May 23. Turtles ...

After Mother’s Day gifts

Hannah Stedman, Editor

May 15, 2018

Even though Mother's Day is over, that doesn’t mean you need to stop being nice to your mom. Here are some simple after Mother’s Day things that you can do for your mom that she will appreciate: Writing her a letter A handwritten letter...

Trailers don’t do “Isle of Dogs” justice

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2018

Claymation is an artform known by many and appreciated by little. “Isle of Dogs” is a twist of Japanese culture and a futuristic dystopia. The movie’s focused on dogs ridden with sickness and exile them to a musty and t...

“A Quiet Place” is suspensfully scary

Lily Villarreal, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018

“A Quiet Place” is about a society who lives in fear of creatures that hunt by sound, the death angels. The people who are still alive have to be absolutely silent in order to survive The main focus is on a family who becomes en...

CBX releases new Korean comeback

Lizzy Nguyen, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018

Korean Pop Idol subunit CBX (CHEN BAEK XI) made their comeback with their second mini album named Blooming Days as a unit under EXO, a 9 member group. Releasing 7 new tracks that give off a vibrate vibe and calming visuals. O...

GOT7 comes back strong

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2018

GOT7 just made their comeback with the new song “Look,” the title song off of their mini album “Eyes On You.” The song focuses on the vocal line and has few of their usual hype rap verses. Even so the chorus is still ca...

J. Cole’s album addresses real issues

Mckenzie Hoskins, Editor-in-chief

April 25, 2018

J. Cole’s new album, KOD, is an exploration of his relationship with drugs and battle with addiction. The title of the album has three different meanings that all speak to his album’s message: Kids On Drugs, King OverDosed...

Love Simon, cliche or moving?

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2018

“Love Simon” hit the big screen a couple weeks ago and teenagers everywhere are infatuated by the insanely unique and charming story. It was the coming-of-age story we didn’t know we needed. The story features a gay teenage boy...

Awolnation’s new album continues unique flair

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2018

Popular for their hit song “Run,” the band Awolnation released a new album labeled “Here Come the Runts.” Just as expected, the album stays true to their style. Any song of theirs sounds so uniquely Awolnation that the...

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