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 ...

The New Harry Potter Book: Cursed, or Not?

Maria Cieslarczyk, Perspective Editor

September 15, 2016

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Calling all Harry Potter fans! Are you ready to board the Hogwarts Express once more? Harry Potter, the orphaned wizarding boy who is most famous for his great battles against the evil Dark Wizard Voldemort, taught many readers...

Summer 2016: A Moviegoer’s Worst Nightmare

Claudia Sandine, Staff Writer

September 9, 2016

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With the start of the summer came countless sequels, animations, comedies, you name it. Although the quantity was high, how was the quality? Plenty of reviews bashed the lineup of movies this summer in a way that some just could n...

Play takes on a comedic approach to foreigners

Seth Caines, Staff Writer

April 7, 2016

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The Foreigner, a comedy, was performed by the Lake Park Thespians on February 4-6 in the Dice Auditorium. The play tells the story of a painfully shy Englishman named Charlie Baker. Baker is going to Georgia on a retreat with his f...

Back to the Future day reveals film’s inexactness

Juliet Furlong, Editor

October 21, 2015

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Back to the Future day reminds fans how different Marty McFly's view of the future is compared to present day.

Cold War-Era movie delivers all fronts

Juliet Furlong, Editor

October 1, 2015

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E gives audiences a new spy team to root for.

Chappie is confusing

Juliet Furlong, Editor

April 23, 2015

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A robot with feelings, an expected plot, and chaos come together to create Neil Blomkamp’s Chappie. Chappie tells the story of the first thinking and feeling robot of its kind, and his the trails of Chappie (voice by Sharlto Copley), his creator Deon Wilson (Dev Patel)...

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