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The Growl

The student news site of Glenn High School

The Growl

The student news site of Glenn High School

The Growl

The Mortal Kombat character screen. The depth of the story mode, coupled with stunning cinematic sequences, and character endings, ensures that players are not just engaged in battles but also invested in the unfolding drama that takes place in the Mortal Kombat universe.

Review: Mortal Kombat 1

Zahara Julien January 26, 2024

As a new world of hyper-realistic graphics and contemporary gameplay dominate the gaming community, there is a certain charm about revisiting the classics. On Sept. 14 the release of Mortal Kombat 1 on...

Reclamation of Self

Artists of Glenn: Jesse Nylund and the Reclamation of Self

Otto-Alejandro, Editor-In-Chief April 14, 2023

At the start, the canvas was blank. After simple instructions, it wasn't much more than an assignment for a class. But a year down the line, the canvas became a place of self expression and self love,...

Nolan Bends the Ideas of Time Travel in Tenet

Jordan Dohring, Newswriter November 4, 2020

Christopher Nolan, who is most notably the creator of Inception, has brought audiences to a whole new level of mind-bending confusion with Tenet. Critics seem to have mixed feelings about the movie, which...

The Poet X Is A Page Turner

“The Poet X” Is A Page Turner

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter September 13, 2019

Elizabeth Acevedo uniquely captures the life of a young girl in a story told through poetry making up the characters diary. Xiomara and her twin brother were born into the Christian church because their...

Thank you for “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2”

Heavenlee Walker, Editor December 4, 2018

Almost a year after Lil Peep’s death, his friends and family worked to release some of his unheard songs in an album entitled “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2” on Nov. 9. A couple of the songs,...

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a show stopper

Hannah Stedman, Editor-in-cheif December 4, 2018

I admit that I’m not a diehard Queen fan. I didn’t know the names of all the band members and I didn’t know that Freddie Mercury was gay and died of AIDS. But I love their songs and have memorized...

“Maze Runner” Finale: “The Death Cure” Review

Mckenzie Hoskins, Editor-in-chief February 14, 2018

As the third installment of “The Maze Runner” series based off the book by James Dashner, “The Death Cure” is nothing short of an enticing action movie. With incredible effects and a dramatic plot,...

Christmas Movies Review: A Charlie Brown Christmas

Kim Ruiz, Staff Reporter December 19, 2017

Families who celebrate Christmas like to sit down and watch Christmas movies together. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is a classic movie to relax and enjoy with anyone like friends and family. If you’re...

Music Review: Gwen Stefani Christmas album

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter December 10, 2017

December has arrived and so have all the new Christmas albums. Gwen Stefani has been working on her album since November. She has been going to events such as a signing for her new album and performing...

Starbucks Review: Latte lacks oomph

Drake Kidd, Calendar Czar December 10, 2017

This week, I decided to delve into the mass world of Starbucks coffee. I’ve tasted other drinks in the past, all of which were not only delicious, but memorable as they set a whole new set of standards....

Lil Peep memorial

Mckenzie Hoskins, Editor-in-chief December 6, 2017

The time was around 12:34 a.m., and I had just successfully snuck out of the house for the first time in my life. I was meeting my boyfriend, his friend, and his friend’s girlfriend that night to do...

Stranger Things 2 Review

Heavenlee Walker, Editor November 15, 2017

After being in complete shock after season one of Stranger Things, patiently waiting and counting down the days, season two came to Netflix on October 27. I was beyond excited and set aside an entire weekend...

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