RDJ – The ‘D’ Is For Dolittle

By Jasmine Miljure

On January 17th, 2020, the movie Dolittle came out in theatres. This film was Robert Downey Jr’s first non-Iron Man role in five years. Continue reading “RDJ – The ‘D’ Is For Dolittle”

Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham

By Ana Downes

In 1998, a man named Travis Boyette abducts and murders a high school cheerleader named Nicole Yarber. He hides her body and watches as judges, police and lawyers sentence the wrong man to death row. Donté Drumm, a high school football star finds himself the main suspect and is convicted with absolutely no evidence but a confession – a confession extracted after hours of mental abuse in an isolated interrogation room, as well as off-record threats from the police.  Continue reading “Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham”

Book Review: Twisted by Steve Cavanagh

By Ana Downes

Twisted is a very captivating novel that truly lives up to its title! Fictional author J.T. LeBeau is incredibly popular. He is one of the most famous authors in the world, known for his thriller mystery novels… each one riddled with shocking and unexpected twists. The true mystery, however, is his identity. Nobody alive knows who LeBeau is, and those who find out meet a very unfortunate death. Continue reading “Book Review: Twisted by Steve Cavanagh”

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

Finally after almost 10 years the Gilmore girls are back! That’s right, Netflix is making a revival and the buzz is big! On November 25, of 2016 the wait is finally over, Stars Hallow is back and welcoming us with open arms. There will be four, ninety minute episodes and each episode will likely be named after the four seasons of the year. We will … Continue reading Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

How it Ends: A Summary & Review

As high school students, we can all relate to the overwhelming stress, the agonizing drama from peers and the never ending lengths of self discovery we face. In Catherine Lo’s first ever novel, How it Ends, the struggles and hardships of many teens are highlighted and brought to life. How it Ends tells the story of two girls, Annie and Jess. In this best friends-at-first-sight tale, … Continue reading How it Ends: A Summary & Review

“Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” Movie Review

How many movies have you seen where a main character is gay? How about bisexual? Surprisingly, most people don’t even know what bisexuality entails. It isn’t only the fault of the miseducation of the subject, but it is also the fault of media excluding diverse sexualities from the entertainment field. So, when Netflix starts recommending a film which includes exactly this, how could an LGBT+ … Continue reading “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” Movie Review

5 Reasons Why to Buy Call of Duty Black Ops 3

  Hey guys, today I am going to share some input and my personal thoughts on Black Ops 3. As one of the most anticipated games that came out this November it had a lot of competition like Fallout 4, Halo 5 and Star Wars Battlefront. Activision came out with Black Ops 3 saying it is the future of shooter games. Call of Duty fans … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why to Buy Call of Duty Black Ops 3

Scuibblenaughts Unlimited Review

By Bryan Travers For those of you who don’t know the backstory of these games allow me to explain: Scuibblenaughts Unlimited is the third game in the Scuibblenaughts franchise. The first game; simply titled “Scuibblenaughts” gained a lot of hype when it was first announced because it allowed the player to write any noun in the English dictionary, and it would appear in game as … Continue reading Scuibblenaughts Unlimited Review

Two Bands You Should Be Listening To

By Alexis Apostolidis Teen Dream – Beach House Beach House is a dream-pop band consisting of Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand. Teen Dream is their third album and it starts off with “Zebra” a catchy song with a calm positive feel. It’s a great spring time track. “Silversoul” is beachy and sounds a bit droned in a good way. It feels very laidback, retro and … Continue reading Two Bands You Should Be Listening To

GREEN DAY BOUNCES BACK FROM iHEARTRADIO INCIDENT

By Laura MacInnes-Rae After a dramatic lash-out from front man Billie Joe Armstrong in September at iHeartRadio; the postponement of Green Day’s 2013 tour was announced due to Armstrong’s rehabilitation admittance. However, just six months later, Green Day seems to have pulled it together again and has at last eased back into its familiar tour scene. Last Thursday, the guys appeared on stage for their … Continue reading GREEN DAY BOUNCES BACK FROM iHEARTRADIO INCIDENT