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“Beginnings” Part II

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Madelyn Johnson, Staff Writer As she fought, she glimpsed the others that ran in fighting as well, though she was clearly the strongest. A gnome jumped and dashed and sliced at the beasts; a half-elf cast spells left and right; a human woman was surprisingly ... More »

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Forever Growing, Forever Learning

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor The other day, I was looking over all my files on Google Drive and I came across a folder labeled “college.” It hadn’t been edited since October 2015, which was around the time I was applying for college. ... More »

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Is the Sequel Worth It? “The Boy II” Review

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer Starring Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson and Owain Yeoman, “Brahms: The Boy II” is the–perhaps unnecessary– sequel to the 2015 horror “The Boy.” With an entirely new cast from the first, except for the doll of cour... More »

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“Beginnings” A short story submission…

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Madelynn Johnson, Staff Writer Lash made her way up a hill and squinted at the horizon, a town visible a ways away. She grunted to herself in affirmation before taking a few swigs from her waterskin and continuing down the hill, using her staff to balance hers... More »

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The Power of the Single Shot: “1917” Review

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Seth Bogoslofski, Staff Writer The Dec. 25, 2019 released film, “1917,” took the movie world by storm, winning awards such as an Oscar for Best Achievement in Cinematography and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture in the drama category. As the film open... More »

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Terror in Barcelona… Part Two

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor As I said in my last column, everything happened so fast. One minute, I was waiting for my fellow peers to land at the Barcelona airport. The next, I was following a stranger into the airport parking garage with... More »

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A fresh take on a classic: “Little Women” Review

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer I have to admit that I was skeptical about the new version of “Little Women.” I am almost always skeptical of a remake, let alone a remake of the cinematic version of one of my absolute favorite books of all time. Luckily, th... More »