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Mysteries of a burning element: “The Confessions: The Paris Mysteries”

Natascha Mercadante, Sports Editor

May 16, 2016

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“The Confessions: The Paris Mysteries” by James Patterson is the second book of Confessions series. And it sucks. At the time, I didn’t realize it was a part of a series; however, just reading it gave enough background ...

‘Full House’ comes full circle in new show

Caden Bowles, Feature Editor

April 18, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

“Full House” comes full circle. The family oriented sitcom from the mid ’80s and ’90s, “Full House,” has recently been granted a reboot featuring the original cast members in, punningly entitled, “Fuller House.” T...

“Batman v Superman” disappoints DC fans

Tate Banks, Co-Managing Editor

April 18, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

There are few things more disappointing than getting hyped for a movie that’s supposed to be great, only to realize that it’s a completely and totally terrible film (i.e. “The Phantom Menace,” “Batman and Robin”). One t...

Illuminae files: death but no profanity

Nathan Lambert, Reporter

April 18, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

“Illuminae Files” written by Amie Kaufman is a masterpiece that steps outside the box, and because of that, I love this book to pieces. This is a book that people could read in one sitting. In the story a company attac...

Teenage drug abuse show

Natascha Mercadante, Sports Editor

March 28, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

Drugs, alcohol and recovery. These are the main setup of Recovery Road. This show depicts a realism in teenage drug abuse and is based on the novel “Recovery Road” by Blake Nelson. Maddie Graham, played by Jessica Sula, is the f...

Book murders bad expectations

Bridget Tolle, Co-Managing Editor

March 28, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

Grace Blakely is a normal 16-year-old girl. That’s if you define “normal” as the the granddaughter of the US Ambassador in Adria and the girl who witnessed her mother’s murder. When I first started reading “All Fa...

13 Reasons Why explains suicide

Kiana Baker, Opinion Editor

March 28, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

Death is shocking. No one expects it, and even if you've seen it coming for years, when it actually gets here there's no way to be prepared for it. Maybe that's why suicide is so much more shocking. There had to have been signs, ...

Lovin’ for Deadpool

Tate Banks, Co-Managing Editor

March 28, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

At its core, “Deadpool” is a superhero origin story. The film has a cookie-cutter plot: a main character with problems and a love interest gets powers, starts fighting criminals, and eventually, with some help from friends, h...

Books dive into the world of shadows

Natascha Mercadante, Sports Editor

March 25, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

The Mortal Instruments books are pretty much a groundbreaking setup for the typical fandoms. In the mystical Shadow World, the main characters are a group of teenagers called Shadowhunters. These guys kick butt, find romance an...

Hunters Choose Zootopia: Zootopia

Dustin McDevitt, Reporter

March 25, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

Where animals stand on hind legs, wear clothes, have turmoil between them and have a structure of law and order like our own, Zootopia. Zootopia follows a bunny named Judy Hopps who wants to travel to the big city to be a pol...

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