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Game Review: Rocket League

Game Review: Rocket League

David Grajales, Arts & Entertainment Writer

October 5, 2015


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Rocket League, a PC/PS3 game released by Psyonix on July 7, already has over three million people players. And that count is still rising. Rocket League is a fast-paced, competitive game that draws its roots from soccer. The game is a simplified form of the sport where your objective is to get the bal...

Modern Family Cast Secrets

Modern Family Cast Secrets

Daniela Pasquarello, Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 28, 2015


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Are you a Modern Family fan? Have you every wondered how the cast spends their time off the screen? Here are the top 11 secrets of the cast: Ty Burrell, who plays Phil Dunphy, lived out of a van for during graduate school to save money. Rico Rodriguez, who plays Manny, must have a parent on set...

Do the Top Three Songs Really Deserve to Be in the Top Three?

Do the Top Three Songs Really Deserve to Be in the Top Three?

Lauren Brown, Arts & Entertainment Writer

September 28, 2015


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As you probably know, the iTunes “Top Three” consists of the three most downloaded songs. They may be the most popular, but are they the most well-written? If you listen carefully to these songs or even look up the lyrics, you will definitely have your answer. The number one song right now is "Hotline...

Game Review: Don’t Starve

Game Review: Don’t Starve

Zack Slansky

September 28, 2015


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You wake up on a strange, unfamiliar continent. Surveying the immediate vicinity, you find nothing but some berries, tall grass, and piles of flint here and there. However, soon you find a sapling, and combining that with some materials you found earlier, you've made an axe. You set to work, cutting...

TV Shows To Not Forego

TV Shows To Not Forego

Rachel Vaughan, Lifestyle Writer

September 23, 2015


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Who doesn’t watch TV? Whether you’re a devout follower of all things television or merely watching it out of boredom, finding a show that sucks you in is never a bad thing. Your TV “show”lmate (get it, like soulmate) is the one love that will never reject you and will still keep you coming b...

Movies That Will Make You Woozy (In A Good Way)

Movies That Will Make You Woozy (In A Good Way)

Tiffany Chuen, Arts & Entertainment Writer

September 22, 2015


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Stress can overtake us all at one point or another. That’s why it’s important to remember to occasionally kick back and relax. A great way to do that is to see the world from a new perspective—at least for a little while. I’ve handpicked the best movies for you to do just that. (You can proba...

5 Must-See Netflix Series

5 Must-See Netflix Series

Daniela Pasquarello, Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 18, 2015


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As you may know, Netflix is one of the best ways to access movies and television shows via the Internet, Smart TV, game console, mobile phone, tablet and more. Netflix has grown increasingly popular and now dominates the streaming industry. In no particular order, here are five standout Netflix series...

Unfriended

Unfriended

Daniela Pasquarello, A&E Editor

May 15, 2015


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Unfriended, directed by Levan Gabridaze, is a thrilling horror movie set to be released on April 17. The movie unfolds over a teenager's computer screen as she and her friends are haunted by a concealed figure who desires revenge for a degrading video that led a bully to kill herself a year earlier. The...

A New Sequel to an Old Classic

A New Sequel to an Old Classic

Joseph VanGostein, Managing Editor

May 15, 2015


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Harper Lee, the eighty-eight year old author from Monroeville, Alabama, has long been known for writing one book and one book only: the timeless To Kill a Mockingbird. Her book, based on the racism she encountered in her own childhood, went on to become a great American classic that is read in high s...

Nick Jonas’s Comeback

Nick Jonas’s Comeback

Daniela Pasquarello, A&E Editor

May 15, 2015


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Nick Jonas, former teen pop sensation, has made a huge comeback in the music and film industries. A year ago on E! Network, the news of the Jonas Brothers official breakup left the world wondering if any of the brothers would go on to continue their careers as solo artists. Nick, the youngest band member,...

Oscars Red Carpet

Oscars Red Carpet

Cara Ferreri, Writer

May 15, 2015


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This year’s Oscars red carpet had a lot of trends. Trends such as dresses, hair, jewelry, makeup and so much more.  Dress trends included iridescent white gowns, blush tones and high cut skirts and red dresses. Make-up trends included dark lips,  hair trends of  sleek knots and low ponytails. As...

Apple’s Wearable Technology

Apple’s Wearable Technology

Joseph VanGostein, Managing Editor

May 3, 2015


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Along with their release of the new iPhone 6, Apple announced its first type of wearable technology: the Apple Watch, Watch Sport, and Watch Edition. Apple’s immensely anticipated new products are sure to make the company millions of dollars to complement buyers’ new iPhones. Whereas the new iPhone...

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