Not so fast on praising “It”–film leaves lots to desire

Maya Stawarski, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

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Over the weekend, I took a trip to Marcus Theaters to watch the film that has been popularized by thousands of teens across the nation, It. What was expected was a horror film that would scare me to death, but instead, I got co...

Horror, action movies that had better not disappoint

October 17, 2017

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October is customarily a good month for going to the movies. This year's lineup looks promising.

One Direction alum takes solo career in different direction

Antoinette Lobello, Perspective Editor

May 18, 2017

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Going off of his band One Direction’s massive success, singer/songwriter Harry Styles debuted his first and eponymous solo album on May 12. However, the album takes on a whole new sound from the band’s usual pop melodies...

After year-long hiatus, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran returns with two new songs.

Allison Simon, Staff Writer

January 30, 2017

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Sheeran's new sound steers towards a feeling of adventure and risk, and the excitement of finding new love. This risqué side of romance is unexplored territory for him.

The cure to Thanksgiving break boredom

Antoinette Lobello, Staff Editor

November 11, 2016

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With Thanksgiving break coming up - five days of nothing but relaxation, eating, and shopping - many students might find themselves twiddling their thumbs searching for something to do. Netflix is constantly adding new shows ...

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