Category: A&E

Travel Abroad

Travel Abroad

For the past four years, students traveled to different countries to see the different cultures, historical sightseeing, and just have a good time. This year they will be traveling through EF Tours to Panama in August of 2018, then to France, Italy, and Spain in the summer of 2019. Advisor Kim Kemp loves to go to meet new people and […]

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The Fortnite Craze

The Fortnite Craze

The Fortnite craze has taken over the lives of many teenagers, streamers and even average adults looking for time consuming titles. Fortnite, a PC and console survival game developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly released on the July 25, 2017 has done a full take over of streaming sites like Twitch and YouTube Gaming in such a short […]

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The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

The Upside of Unrequited: A Review

Rising author Becky Albertalli’s second novel, The Upside of Unrequited, is a smash hit in the footsteps of her debut novel, Simon VS. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Those looking for a cute, funny, and all-too-relatable novel about the struggles of young romance need look no further. Molly Peskin-Suso has a tumultuous history of crushes – 26, to be exact – […]

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Black Panther Non-Spoiler Review

Black Panther Non-Spoiler Review

The highly anticipated eighteenth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU, Black Panther, is finally in theatres, and audiences are in love. Black Panther has received great review across the board, some calling it the greatest superhero movie ever, and while I agree, I by no means find the film to be perfect. Having heard only positive things about the film, and […]

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‘Justice League’ Review

‘Justice League’ Review

Following in the footsteps of this year’s Wonder Woman and the wake of last year’s Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League is an enjoyable, action-filled experience, but with a noticeable distribution blemishes. One of the greatest changes in Justice League from former DC Cinematic Universe, or DCEU, films, is the tone. Last year’s Batman v Superman received plentiful […]

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Stranger Things 2 Review – Semi-Spoilers

Stranger Things 2 Review – Semi-Spoilers

One year after the disappearance of a fowl, man-eating monster, an evil far more treacherous is planting its roots, readying its attack on the small town of Hawkins, Indiana. The second season of Netflix’s hit show, Stranger Things, is now out, all nine episodes available to watch. Questions left over from the finale of the first season are answered, backstories are […]

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Justice League Run Time — Doomsday or Hope?

Justice League Run Time — Doomsday or Hope?

Film critics, moviegoers, and long time fans of the D.C. comic universe revel in mixed emotions as the running time for the anticipated Justice League film is revealed. After a week of rumors ranging from around to two hours all the way to three hours of screen time, the official running time of the new Justice League film, formerly directed […]

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State Fair

State Fair

 

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A Night on the Beach

A Night on the Beach

The cool, night air of autumn embraces you, your skin and hair brushed by the soft, yet roaring winds of the sea. The ever-present sound of the ocean surrounds you in a sonorous harmony as the waves batter against the shore. Treading down the slope of feather-like sand, you make your way to the water. The foam is strong, and […]

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Preacher: Season Two Review

Preacher: Season Two Review

Three friends (a preacher with God-like powers, his ex, and an alcoholic vampire) struggle to hold together their friendship, much less stay alive, as they are hunted by ominous supernatural forces. From angels to vampires, and a reborn cowboy bent on destruction to a religious organization serving the highest power,  the second season AMC’s Preacher is riddled with mysteries, reveals and […]

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