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Post high school decisions

Post high school decisions

By Luka Maeda

April 6, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles, Luka Maeda

Seniors will face graduation in less than two months. Here are a handful who have rough or solid ideas of what they wish to do after high school.    ...

'Heathers'-esque teen murder flick will trump others alike

By Luka Maeda

April 5, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda, Movies

Fresh into the film industry, Cory Finley has already written and directed his first cinematic work with “Thoroughbreds.” It is a brilliant work of thriller that swept the audience off its feet with meaty writing and enigmatic characters. “Thoroughbreds” depicts sick behavior from two teen...

Phone cases for self-expression

Phone cases for self-expression

March 7, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles, Luka Maeda

Mustangs express their unique qualities through phone cases. Click on the images to read more, and scroll down to find links to some of these cases and accessories. Where to find: Milky wrapper case Pineapple glitter case  "Kingsman" phone case Cascade Water Popsocket Stick-...

The ultimate graphic novel recommendations

By Luka Maeda

January 26, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda

        “The New Ghost” by Robert Hunter Hues of blue plaster across every page, creating a captivating story that ripples through readers’ hearts “5,000 km per second”  by Manuele Fior Italian cartoonist Fior brilliantly uses watercolor to illust...

2018 Oscar predictions

By Luka Maeda

January 26, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda, Movies

The 90th annual Academy Awards are coming up on March 4. For some, it’s another Hollywood gimmick to reel in viewers, and for others, it’s a show worth devoting their Sunday to. Either way, 2017 started off with a bang, thanks to popular movies like “Get Out” and “Split,” and ended on a s...

Watchmen sequel revives after 30 years

By Luka Maeda

December 5, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda

R ecently-released DC Comic series “Doomsday Clock” received praise from longtime Watchmen fans with a promising plotline and as always, superb artwork. Writer Geoff Johns, most notable for works such as “Blackest Night” and “Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E,” teamed up with pencilist Gary Frank and co...

Another typical horror film hits millions in box office

By Luka Maeda

November 6, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda, Movies

Stuck up sorority girls and generic Hollywood humor litter in director Christopher B. Landon’s recent work, “Happy Death Day.” The “Groundhog Day” inspired film earned $26.5 million in box office over the first weekend and that number continues to rise, surpassing “Blade Runner 2049.” Unfortunately, “Happy Death Day” is as forgettable as it sound...

What it takes to destress

By Luka Maeda

October 12, 2017


Filed under Lifestyles, Luka Maeda

According to the article “Rising Numbers of Stressed Students Seeking Help,” stress has been devouring more and more students the past decade as deadlines, responsibilities and testing have increased. Pressure in any human mind can spike overeating, sleep deprivation, depression and anxiety. ...

Horror movie roundup

By Avalon Allen and Luka Maeda

October 9, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Luka Maeda, Movies

Muschietti makes a riveting adaptation of Stephen King’s iconic novel   Amazing acting and incredible visuals define this popular horror film As many know, “It” was originally created by the popular horror novelist Stephen King in 1986. The plot was centered on a group of outcasted ch...