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As takeout takes over, Asian food rises to occassion

Michael McManaman, Staff Writer  February 26, 2021

In a time dominated by takeout, finding the best restaurants can be difficult. Asian Takeout rises above the rest as convenient, quick and tasty. A good takeout restaurant must be able to travel well,...

Art by Krystal Nava

Black musicians instrumental in social change

Musical icons strike ascending chord to convey sound of inequity, injustice
Alyssa Yankee, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 26, 2021

African American musical influence in America is traced back to the transatlantic slave trade. Africans were forcibly moved and left to carry their history with oral traditions. Song aided enslaved people...

Art by Rickie Gao

Amazon series, currency image honor the Underground Railroad

Grace Kelly, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

With the recent announcement that the plan of replacing Andrew Jackson with Harriet Tubman on the twenty dollar bill has been restarted under the Biden administration, it seems only fitting that an Amazon...

Art by Marion Krowczyk

‘WandaVision’ series brings mystery to MCU

Trevor Van Swol, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

After a climactic battle between the Avengers and the mad titan Thanos and the loss of many beloved characters, the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been left uncertain. Before 2021, there hasn’t...

Art by Mary Stauder

Comedians adapt to coronavirus and internet platforms

Sam Carens, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Once upon a time, stand-up comedians drew in massive audiences. Comedians such as Kevin Hart and Jim Gaffigan would fill up massive stadiums. In 2015, Kevin Hart went on tour, performing at multiple NFL...

Art by Bernadette Mercurio

Christmas films impact family holiday traditions

Sam Carens, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

Have you read “A Christmas Carol” this year? Have you watched “How the Grinch Stole Christmas?” Believe it or not some of your favorite stories, movies and songs of Christmas past have changed...

Art by Marion Krowczyk

Students choose favorite Christmas entertainment

Trevor Van Swol, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

The entertainment industry has always played a major role in the Christmas celebration each year. Since the introduction of film and mass production of musical records in the early 1900s, more and more...

Ugly Christmas sweaters: the history behind this holiday hilarity

Grace Kelly, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

Of all the seasonal attire during the holidays, few have gained such notoriety as “ugly sweaters.” These fuzzy, fleecy fashions are often decorated with clashing, crazy colors and wild, wacky winter...

Art by Maggie Miller

The source of music may be the business experts

Cassie Limberakis, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Think about it: music plays an integral part in the world that we live in. Music is around us all the time. We hear it in restaurants, on television and on the radio. Sometimes, songs linger in our heads...

Art by David Calhoun

Christmas music popularity varies on the radio

Grace Kelly, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

December is right around the corner, and there’s been no shortage of cheery Christmas music playing on the radio, specifically the local station 93.9. From timeless songs to modern covers and even new...

Fan-favorite Harry Potter film celebrates 15th anniversary

Trevor Van Swol, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” transports its audience through an emotional and morally challenging adventure, receiving much praise from the saga’s fans ever since its release. According...

Art by Mary Stauder

Theaters face permanent loss in light of Covid-19

Sam Carens, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Some movie lovers plan on heading back to the theater when the coronavirus becomes eradicated. But is that even a possibility? Will the industry last that long? The movie theater industry hangs on by a...

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