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Ed Asner answered questions at the Banff World Media Festival. Photo by the Canadian Press.

Ed Asner Dies at 91

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor September 7, 2021

On Sunday, Aug. 29, Ed Asner, the voice of Carl Fredrickson from the 2009 film “Up”, died of natural causes in his home in Tarzana at the age of 91. His family via Twitter posted the news saying, “We...

The episode two loading screen. We see Alex being moved by an anonymous puppeteer as he edits the news. Source: Not For Broadcast

“Not For Broadcast” Game Review: The Calm Before the Storm

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

“Not for Broadcast” was first released in January of 2020, however, the third part or ‘episode’ of the game was released almost a year later with more to come. They update the episodes periodically...

Source: Tarsier Studios.
The cover photo with Mono and Six surrounded by various creatures and puzzles in the game. You can even see The Teacher in the background.

“Little Nightmares Two” Game Review

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

“Little Nightmares Two” came out on Feb. 10, 2021, almost four years after the first game, “Little Nightmares,” which was released in April of 2017. The second game had a lot to live up to after...

“Among Us” is a popular mobile game where four to ten players work together to try to figure out who the imposters are. Photo by: Innersloth.

How (NOT) to Play Among Us

Imogene Ragan, Staff Writer January 18, 2021

The popular mobile game “Among Us” took off in the Spring of 2020 with more than 85 million downloads. “Among Us” can also be downloaded on “Steam” for a small price. “Among Us” is a game...

A screenshot of what Xen’s Lair looks like in the “Black Mesa” remake.
Source: Alec Denston

Why “Black Mesa” Remake Is Better Than “Half-Life”

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer January 12, 2021

“Half-Life” is a game (released in 1998 by Valve) made for Microsoft Windows as the first of eight other “Half-Life” games. In the first game, you play as MIT scientist Gordon Freeman. After an...

So many new releases, not enough time! What movies were your favorite in 2018? Photo by: Bella Angell

Read the Book, Watch the Movie: Young Adult Book-to-Movie Adaptations of 2018

Bella Angell, Editor-in-Chief January 10, 2019

The year 2018 was full of iconic Young-Adult (YA) fiction events, from book festivals to red carpets. How could someone remember them all? Many teens are looking for a new book to read, but they struggle...

It is that time of year, when we are all spreading cheer. Fall drama time is here!

Must Watch New Dramas of Fall 2018

Ramya Raja, News Editor November 1, 2018

Television networks are beginning to premiere seasons of both new and old shows after a roughly four-month long hiatus. While there are far more than ten new shows coming to the small screen this October,...

Over 95% of Americans have watched Sesame Street. The show has aired on PBS weekly for 45 years and counting. Thanks to HBO, the show will live on.

HBO Keeps Beloved Children’s Series Alive

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer September 2, 2015

Home Box Office (HBO) recently announced its new partnership with Sesame Street. The iconic series has screened on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) for the last 45 years, but due to funding issues taking...

The Nerd's Eye View

The Nerd’s Eye View

Alex Rodgers and Tiffany Lovell, Staff Writer May 15, 2015

In this video Alex Rodgers and Tiffany Lovell will be talking about Ouran High School Host Club,  and Black Butler, in the first part of a three part series.

What would happen, and what to do when life is someone’s experiment. Sarah sees one a doppelganger which sets of a chain of events that no one could see coming.

Everyone Needs to Watch: Orphan Black

Emma Franklin , Senior Editor March 17, 2015

Warning: This post contains spoilers; they will be kept to a minimum, but they are there. Orphan Black is a science fiction television show on the BBC that does not get nearly the amount of attention...

(Screenshot from YouTube). A young Louis Zamperini sprints through the finish line at the Olympics.

“Unbroken” Review

Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer February 13, 2015

Unbroken is an uplifting, family-friendly movie with an enthralling storyline and an even more inspiring message. Unbroken, which hit the theaters on Christmas day, had the potential to add to the holiday...

Freshman Mary Kate Schwaemmle reads Paper Towns in preparation for the movie.

Four Promising Book-to-Movie Adaptations Screening in 2015

Morgan Champion, Staff Writer January 22, 2015

With all of the amazing book-to-movie adaptations the entertainment world offered to bookworms in 2014, one can't help but daydream about their plans for 2015, and considering the box office success of...

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