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Humans Of ADA

Humans Of ADA

Cheyene Howell, Staff Writer/Photographer

October 5, 2017


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Ben Saint Artist Spotlight: Obscurity on the Weekly #1

Ben Saint Artist Spotlight: Obscurity on the Weekly #1

William Whelchel, Staff Writer

September 27, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

You're reading obscurity on the weekly, a home for obscure things retro to modern. This week, the spotlight's on Ben Saint, a digital artist whose primary focus lies on his excellent library of web comics. Saint's work can be found chiefly on his website saintcomix.com, although he also has...

Critique Column: Into the Wild

Critique Column: Into the Wild

Taylor Russell, Staff writer

April 7, 2017


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Into the Wild, released Sept. 21, 2007, is a brilliant film that focuses on the true story of Christopher McCandless' (Emile Hirsch) internal battle to find himself in something more than society's materials. The movie starts out right after McCandless graduates. His parents desperately show...

Movie Review: The Lost Boys

Movie Review: The Lost Boys

Kelly Stilwell, Senior Editor

April 7, 2017


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Vampires have been present in horror films for years, dating as far back as Bela Lugosi’s Dracula (1931) or German vampire movie Nosferatu (1922).  However, many of today’s modern vampires are straying from the traditional bloodthirsty vampire image, in favor of a softer, more romantic vampire, ...

TV show review: 13 Reasons Why

TV show review: 13 Reasons Why

Jersey Gregory, Staff writer

April 7, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

Recently, Netflix has added one more show to its long list of originals. 13 Reasons Why follows the cassette tapes left behind by Hannah Baker, a junior at the local high school, after killing herself. On the tapes, she claims that each person who is mentioned is somehow responsible for her death i...

Top 5 Netflix television series for teens

Top 5 Netflix television series for teens

Malli Pingleton, Junior Editor/Writer

April 7, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

I know it can be a little overwhelming trying to find a new show to watch on Netflix.  There are too many to chose from, and you don't want to get stuck watching one you don't really like just because you can't walk away without seeing if they ever get off the stupid island.  I'll just critique them f...

Five stars for ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Five stars for ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Kaelie Miller

April 7, 2017


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Beauty and the Beast is a timeless fairy-tale filled with imagination and wonder. The live-action remake premiered March 17, and theaters were packed with adults wanting to relive their childhoods and with children looking forward to seeing Belle in the flesh. The movie is based on the Disney cartoo...

Music Review: Royz

Music Review: Royz

Kelly Stilwell, Senior Editor

February 28, 2017


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Visual Kei is my favorite genre of music; I love how this type of genre has a lots of beats to soft rhythm music. The songs have such deep meanings to them, unlike most music in today's society. I can listen to Visual Kei anytime of the day, and it keeps me happy and energetic. Royz is one o...

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