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First Listen: More Life

First Listen: More Life

Alejandra Naranjo, Staff Writer
March 19, 2017
Filed under Let's Talk...

After months of set backs, Drake’s new project “More Life” is finally here, and it was definitely worth the wait. After waiting 3 years for “Views”, fans were not expecting a new project this soon. After the single “Fake Love” was released last October and the project was announced, fans...

A Tale As Old As Time

A Tale As Old As Time

Weronika Raczek, Digital News Editor
March 17, 2017
Filed under A Fangirl's World

Lately Disney seems to be pumping out live action remakes of their classics over the last few years. The latest of the live action films that is set to be released March 17, is a tale as old as time, Beauty and the Beast. It also happens to be one of my favorites. Some brows were raised when a clip f...

A Video Game Allegedly Taught Me How to Steal

A Video Game Allegedly Taught Me How to Steal

Rodney Jones, Staff Writer
March 16, 2017
Filed under The Roddington Hour

Sly Cooper is a game franchise following the narrative of Sly, a raccoon, and his friends Bentley, a turtle, and Murray, a hippopotamus. The first game’s plot revolves around Sly and his friends going to retrieve the stolen pages of his family’s book, archiving all of the thieving skills they had...

Snowy Days

Snowy Days

Amanda Depew, Social Media Editor
March 16, 2017
Filed under The Amanda Show

What do you do on your snow day? Do you sit inside like nothing happened? Do you take the opportunity to “spring” clean your house? Do you bake everything inside your kitchen? Do you go outside and go on an adventure? What is your snow day like? Everyone has their own snow day. Most people that...

The Changing Sunday Landscape

The Changing Sunday Landscape

Christine Coleman, Staff Writer
March 8, 2017
Filed under Art We Live

Like the theme of a favorite movie, the familiar never looks the same after one starts paying attention. Life's defining moments have reoccurring habits, they always materialize briefly in unexpected places. A reappearing act might happen when one is crossing the street.  A familiar corner will...

Oscars Envelope Reads Wrong

Oscars Envelope Reads Wrong

Abigail Smith, Staff Writer
March 6, 2017
Filed under Is Anyone Else Barefoot?

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) accountants must have been in La La Land last Sunday. Death threats have forced the PwC accountants that were responsible for the Best Picture fiasco, to get bodyguards according to reports. A historical moment was made in the 89 years of the Academy Awards, when the wrong ...

The Sex Talk I Wish I Had

The Sex Talk I Wish I Had

Alejandra Naranjo, Staff Writer
March 4, 2017
Filed under Let's Talk...

I’ve been blessed with parents that understand that the world changes and the way they we're raised is not necessarily the best parenting approach in this day and age.  They’re both pretty open and would go the extra mile to expose me to situations other parents would never dare to let...

Tekken Brings Violence and Stories Together

Tekken Brings Violence and Stories Together

Rodney Jones, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under The Roddington Hour

Tekken is a fighting game series that has received critical acclaim throughout its long run. The game consists of many characters, each with their own immersive story, setting the series apart from other fighting games that are more basic. In addition to the story, the strategy behind the fighting is compl...

Wong Kar-wai’s ‘Chungking Express’ is Still My Favorite

Wong Kar-wai’s ‘Chungking Express’ is Still My Favorite

Christine Coleman, Staff Writer
March 1, 2017
Filed under Art We Live

You never forget the first time you see what you believe as the most beautiful thing in the world. It kind of just stops you in your tracks, taking your breath away. Sometimes one doesn't even realize what they are experiencing in the moment. I didn’t. That day it would come my way via the quintessential...

Stand Up, Girl

Stand Up, Girl

Abigail Smith, Staff Writer
February 28, 2017
Filed under Is Anyone Else Barefoot?

As women continue to burst through the glass ceiling in forms of progress, things are not necessarily getting easier. We are making grand strides, yet some are crumbling before they can get even close for reasons beyond their control. More women have entered the workforce, and their vulnerability...

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