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Latest fashion trends giving a shoutout back to the 90s

Skylar Grammas, Staff writer

December 4, 2018

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Over the years fashion has been a very prominent thing in culture, and it really represents the period of time it came from.  We may not notice, but many eras will get inspiration from other time periods and steal certain designs...

New band offers 90s Grunge with a 21st-Century twist

Melanie Mini, Staff writer

December 2, 2018

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Looking for grunge with a new twist? Your search ends with Dead Soft. The Vancouver alternative band released their newest EP New Emotion on October 12 and are currently on a Canadian/U.S. tour. On New Emotion you can look...

St. Joseph theater crew ready to “Psych” you out

Julee Paradee, Staff writer

November 29, 2018

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This year at St. Joseph high school they are doing a play called Psych. This play is very different from any play St. Joe’s has ever done before. The main thing that is new this year in the play is that the entire play takes pl...

Some ‘Dirty’ music to add to your playlist

Melanie Mini, Staff writer

November 4, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Heaven feels like a new Dirty Nil album. Canadian rock band The Dirty Nil released their newest album Master Volume on September 14, 2018. The Dirty Nil hails from Ontario and consists of Luke Bentham on lead guitar and vocals,...

Reliving an old(er) classic

Skylar Grammas, Staff writer

October 30, 2018

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Released in 1999, “The Iron Giant” holds a special place in many young adult’s hearts. I do not have any personal recollection of watching it as a child, but I do remember the title of the movie. Now, like many others it...

Halloween Franchise keeps on scaring

Julian Maldonado, Staff writer

October 30, 2018

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The Halloween Franchise has been a major hit and an ultimate must watch around Halloween time, from amazing music and director John Carpenter and legendry scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis. Both come together to work on the big...

NBA 2K celebrates 20th anniversary, continues to impress

Tyarese Freeman, Staff writer

October 2, 2018

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NBA 2K has been out for years beginning in 1999, and is a fun video game for the sport of basketball, getting better every year. The graphics have continually gotten better and throughout its history the game has sold 10 million...

Documentary focuses on the real Tonya Harding

Julian Maldonado, Staff writer

October 2, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

There have been many movies about athletes and the story they tell that comes with it and recently I decided to watch I, Tonya. I, Tonya is about figure skater Tonya Harding and how when she was 4 years old she was forced by...

A true “miracle”

Julee Paradee, Staff writer

September 28, 2018

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After a teenage girl dies in a moped accident, her high school volleyball team tries overcome their grief and win back-to back state titles. The girl in the accident was Caroline Found, but her friends called her “Line.” Caroline...

Led Zeppelin re-born in modern-day rock group

Skylar Grammas, Staff writer

September 28, 2018

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Greta Van Fleet, hailing from Frankenmuth, Michigan, has been a large topic of conversation as of recent because of their sound, as many say they remind them of Classic Rock icons Led Zeppelin. Greta Van Fleet is a rock band...

Prepare for DOOM

Nick Fuentes, Staff writer

September 28, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

DOOM, a popular video game franchise set around slaying demons from hell on Mars and Earth, is seeing another sequel after the success of the 2016 release. This new game, called DOOM Eternal, has no confirmed release date,...

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