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The Drowsy Chaperone: a wonder of entertainment

March 2, 2017 6:54am | Katie Hill

The Drowsy Chaperone premiered this evening as a last dress rehearsal and was open to the public. Overall, the performance was both rousing and very comedic. The director of the musical was new-comer Kelly McAllister. The choir teacher, Jim Farrell, and band teacher, Don Emmons, […]

The ultimate Whatsapp review

February 22, 2017 5:11am | Katie Hill

Many have not heard of this app, but it has been around since 2009 and finally went big in 2014. WhatsApp’s co-creators Brian Acton and Jan Koum originally worked at Yahoo, but then they created WhatsApp to sound like ‘Whats up’, as well as continue […]

Sam’s No. 3: the place to go for any craving

February 22, 2017 5:04am | Julia Jobanputra

What are you in the mood for? French Toast? Mac and Cheese? A burger? No matter what your cravings may be, Sam’s No 3 has something for everyone. This amazing restaurant has been serving everything from breakfast classics to eccentric Greek food for more than […]

A powerful and meaningful film: “Before I Fall”

February 22, 2017 4:45am | Sienna Woo

I was left completely speechless after watching Ry Russo- Young’s film “Before I Fall”. Based off of Lauren Oliver’s popular Young Adult novel by the same name, Russo-Young peeled the words off the pages and brought them to life on the big screen. A story […]

It’s time to satisfy your Girl Scout Cookie cravings

February 22, 2017 4:02am | Addi Iken

Valentines Day, St. Patrick’s Day, winter storms (or 70 degree weather if you live in Colorado) are all characteristics of February and March throughout the United States. But the best part about February and March is none other than GIRL SCOUT COOKIE SALES!!! I don’t […]

Seven layers of yum

February 20, 2017 3:02am | Sanjali De Silva

Why have fudge or coconut clusters when you can have those and five of your other favorite treats all on top of each other in one delicious treat? Just because it isn’t Christmas time, doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to some deliciously rich bars. […]

The Lego Batman Movie: more than just a children’s movie

February 18, 2017 6:41am | Ashlyn Moore

In 2014, the animated film, The Lego Movie was released and quickly became a children’s favorite. Last Friday, on February 10, The Lego Batman Movie was released. The Lego Batman Movie follows the Lego version of Batman, voiced by Will Arnett, and his life as […]

Superior Donuts, a fantastic new sitcom

February 17, 2017 5:19am | Jack Gore

Superior Donuts is a brand new sitcom on CBS and it follows the tale of Arthur, the owner of a doughnut shop in uptown Chicago, and a his new employee a young Chicago kid, Franco. The premise is that Arthur’s doughnut shop, Superior Donuts, is […]

The rise of the DIY beauty industry

February 15, 2017 6:08am | Sienna Woo

Over the years, there have been a wide variety of trends in beauty that have been used by various companies to create desirable beauty products.  Recently, there seems to be a rise in more natural beauty products. With the current debate over the use of […]

Are the 90’s making a comeback?

February 15, 2017 3:44am | Katie Hill

Many people have said that the 90’s fashion trends are inching their way back into modern society, and people either don’t notice or are horrified. Typically, the 90’s style for women was light colored mom jeans that folded up at the mid-shin with a tight […]