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Super Bowl Commercial Review 2018

February 21, 2018 8:34pm | Nicky White-Palkowski

Even if you don’t care for the super bowl, many still watch for the commercials. Super Bowl Commercials are one thing we take away from each Super Bowl, whether they are iconic, funny, or even sad. From the E-Trade commercial with the talking baby in […]

Top 7 Gifts To Give For Valentine’s Day

February 20, 2018 8:52pm | Lauryn Lieske

Valentine’s Day is approaching soon, and you may not know what gifts to buy for your loved ones. Whether you are buying a gift for your friends, family, or significant other, these gift ideas can help you find the perfect gift for your special someone. […]

Fashion, how it affects our world

February 15, 2018 8:47pm | Ileana Ensslin

The fashion world has truly taken over. One way for people to express ourselves is through what they wear. Usually, people wear things that show their personality. For example, an athlete might wear more athletic clothes because they are into sports. We don’t always wear […]

The Boring Company Releases the Not So Boring Flamethrower

February 7, 2018 8:09pm | Connor McKenzie

A flamethrower is a weapon that sprays out burning fuel. There is two tanks that the user wears. The first tank is a flammable liquid and the second is pressurized gas. The fuel is carried through a hose into a gun by the pressurized gas […]

NBW “Guys and Dolls” Preview

January 30, 2018 8:13pm | Gabrielle Bennett

“It’s energetic, it’s romantic, and it’s a lot of fun. A very enjoyable show.” says Nicholas Stockero, who plays Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls. Guys and Dolls is a musical, the book written in 1950 by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling and the music […]

Go Nuts for Bucky and the Squirrels

January 29, 2018 8:24pm | Connor McKenzie

Bucky and the Squirrels is just as nutty of a movie as it sounds. The comedy, directed by Allan Katz had fans laughing for better or for worse. All of these laughs made reviewers go nuts and gave it a 7.6 on IMDB. The story […]

Influential Inventions of 2017

January 17, 2018 8:25pm | Nicholas White-Palkowski

Over our lifetime there have been many monumental inventions that have contributed to society. The wheel, the telephone, the light bulb, the internet, and many more have changed the way we live. More recently we have noticed a huge advancement rather than new items. Now […]

AP Art, Photography Students Visit Chicago

January 16, 2018 8:24pm | Lauryn Lieske

AP Art and Photography students recently took a class trip to Chicago to explore all of the different sites to see the different types of art. While at Chicago, art students participated in the following: taking the Metra Train to Chicago, walking in downtown Chicago, […]

Interesting Card Games

January 5, 2018 8:49pm | Teagan Gumina

Hearts, spades, clubs, diamonds: all names of the symbols on the cards one used when playing a card game. Poker and solitaire are amongst the most commonly played card games, solitaire being that it can be played digitally and by one’s self. Maybe you’ve also […]

The Last Jedi Pushes Beyond the Known Limits of The Force

December 18, 2017 3:19pm | Connor McKenzie

Star Wars The Last Jedi redefined the new Star Wars movies because of it’s plot, character development, music, lighting, camera angles, filming sites, and dialogue. This all paid off big time when The Last Jedi made $45 million on Thursday night and $104.8 million Friday […]