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World of Podcasts: SAYER

World of Podcasts: SAYER

Sorana Joseph, Staff Writer
May 3, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

"I am SAYER" an eerie voice sounds. It is unnatural, it is not human. SAYER is a podcast written, voiced, and produced by Adam Bash. The podcast focuses on "your" experience on a new planet called Typhon. You are put into the position of Mr. Grey, the character who has woken up from hyper-sleep, and...

Book Review: The Hiding Place by Trezza Azzopardi

Book Review: The Hiding Place by Trezza Azzopardi

Sorana Joseph, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

Dolores Gauci is the youngest of six daughters belonging to Mary and Frankie Gauci. We are taken into the life of a Maltese family living in Cardiff, Wales through the eyes of a young Dolores. Her family is falling apart, and at the tender age of five, she witnesses things no child should ever have...

Song of the Week: Humble by Kendrick Lamar

Song of the Week: Humble by Kendrick Lamar

Israel Taylor, Entertainment Editor
April 17, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Music

Once an artist has been skyrocketed to fame and stratum, they often view themselves as Gods. Lamar sends a message to artists, politicians, religious leaders, actors and all of the sort in HUMBLE to, "Sit down, be humble." He even makes this clear as a musical artist in his music video by mimicking the...

Song of the Week: Flowers by In Love with a Ghost

Sorana Joseph, Staff Writer
April 17, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Music

Soft keys string into play, followed by mellow tunes playing into a synth. Flowers by In Love with a Ghost, a French music artist,  isn't the kind of music which needs lyrics. It boasts its flair with the use of soft beats, instrumental keys, and a blend of eccentric melodies. It is ghost-like, the...

Of Mice & Men: Unbreakable

Of Mice & Men: Unbreakable

Randi Goldman, Staff Writer
April 15, 2017
Filed under Music

Recently Of Mice & Men, a popular metalcore band from California recently lost one of the members they were most well-known for. Austin Carlile, who was one of the vocalists and was also considered the front man. Before he left the band, he was in and out of the hospital constantly due to heart problems. This...

More Than Just a Love Story

More Than Just a Love Story

Haley Hinkofer, Staff Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

I first discovered Just Friends by Billy Taylor through social media, since everyone was talking about it and posting excerpts online. The parts of the book that I saw and read, I fell in love with and knew I had to get the actual book ASAP. Once I began reading the book, I couldn't put it down bec...

Mansionz by Mansionz Review

Mansionz by Mansionz Review

Kayla Restivo, Staff Writer
April 12, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Music

Mansionz is a two person duo consisting of Blackbear and Mike Posner who are also solo artists. They have worked together since 2012 when they both helped write "Boyfriend" for Justin Bieber. They formed the group Mansionz in 2016 and came out with this amazing album in the beginning of 2017. The music...

An Alien Comes to ‘Life’

An Alien Comes to ‘Life’

Viri Reyes, Staff Writer
April 11, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

I'm that friend that will bore you with my fascination with space and about how I hope during our lifetime we find life outside of Earth. With me being the biggest space enthusiast I know, you can imagine just how excited I got when I heard there was a movie about astronauts studying the first sign of...

Thirteen Reasons Why: Review

Thirteen Reasons Why: Review

Randi Goldman, Staff Writer
April 7, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

Recently, Netflix came out with their interpretation of the book “Thirteen Reasons Why”. This was originally a book written by Jay Asher in 2007. I remember reading this book in 7th grade, and imagining what a movie/show based on the book would look like. The book and show have some major differences,...

Beauty Sweeps the Box Office

Beauty Sweeps the Box Office

Savannah Devericks, Staff Writer
April 4, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

Beauty and the Beast is no doubt a Disney classic. Brought to life in 1991, this movie just got a face lift as a live-action film. For those who don't know, Beauty is the story of a girl named Belle played by Emma Watson, who trades places with her father as a prisoner in the cursed prince's castle....

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