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“And We’re Still Alive”

“And We’re Still Alive”

Jasmine Becker
December 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

On Dec. 3, I had the privilege of seeing Stevie Nicks, an award-winning American legend. She is best known for her work with Fleetwood Mac and her solo career, beginning with the album “Bella Donna”. At 68, Nicks still displays her youth in her long blonde hair. Her ageless voice is still as rich... Read more »

Off the Shelf: Review of “Jackaby”

Off the Shelf: Review of “Jackaby”

Kylie Brown
December 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Abigail Rook moves to New Fiddleham, New England and without a place to live she needs to find a job. She finds Jackaby, he is a detective that doesn’t exactly work with the investigative services. She soon becomes his assistant. Her first day on the job, Jackaby brings Abigail to a crime scene and... Read more »

Let’s All Have a Drink

Let’s All Have a Drink

Natalie Weiland
December 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

I like drinking Caribou coffee and supporting Minnesota-based companies. I tried all the holiday drinks and it was delicious... mostly. Dark Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Mocha- This is okay-ish if you have it hot, but getting it blended is a mistake, unless of course you like the taste of splenda. The ... Read more »

Off the Shelf: Review of “Taking Flight”

Off the Shelf: Review of “Taking Flight”

Kylie Brown
October 7, 2016
Filed under Reviews

Discrimination happens for all sorts of reasons; from being different to even being a girl. Girls can do anything if they put their mind to it, no matter what their past is. In”Taking Flight” that is just the case. Michaela Deprince lived in an orphanage in West Africa for some of her childhood.... Read more »

A Taste of the Bay Area

A Taste of the Bay Area

Izzy Sanchez, Issues Editor/Artist
January 25, 2016
Filed under Reviews

  Crowded bodies, strobing lights, and a little taste for the Bay Area is what G-Eazy--“the James Dean of rap”--brought to the stage in Des Moines, Iowa on the When It’s Dark Out Tour. The long-legged ladies’ man wearing “black on black with hair slicked back” captivated an audience ... Read more »

Young God

Young God

Izzy Sanchez, Inquiry Editor/Artist
January 24, 2016
Filed under Reviews

It was raining money. Literally. Stage lights, chaotic and vivid, flickered across the slips of paper raining down on the crowd in front of the “Young God”, drowning her adoring fans in their feelings of awe and excitement. I was one of them. It was at this moment that my vision blurred and my hearing... Read more »

Bringing the Peanuts Back

Bringing the Peanuts Back

Mackenzie Anderson, Editor
November 25, 2015
Filed under Reviews

Charles M. Schulz's loveable Charlie Brown and the gang are back in the “Peanuts” movie. Charlie Brown, the world's beloved underdog, takes off upon an epic quest, while his best pal, the lovable Snoopy, takes to the skies to pursue his arch-nemesis, the Red Baron. Fan. Those who remem... Read more »

The Anatomy of a Single Girl

Lindsey Freitag, Co-Editor
August 31, 2014
Filed under Reviews

3 out of 5: Good

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Frozen

Jacob Jenson, Buissness Manager
August 30, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

“I really fell in love with the movie, the music was incredibly catchy and the storyline really brought me in.” -Emma Behling, senior

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VIDEOGAMES: Skyrim-a new world, broken down

VIDEOGAMES: Skyrim-a new world, broken down

Ben Jones
December 11, 2011
Filed under Reviews

You yell into the sky. For a moment, it appears that nothing has happened. Then, out of nowhere, a dragon lands on the ground in front of you. This is just one of the many abilities you have in “Skyrim”.      Skyrim is, hands down, the best video game I’ve ever played. There has not been... Read more »

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