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Musicians and Actors adjust to pandemic setbacks

Art by Marion Krowczyk

Alyssa Yankee and Morgan Trunda

October 13, 2020

The music and film industry has positively adapted to new regulations during the pandemic. Whether hosted on Instagram Live or a Zoom Webinar, many solo and group artists have expressed their music through a screen. Many artists have had to cancel their events due to COVID-19, so artists and actors have reso...

Future is female for Hollywood

Art by Kaya Niemiec

Grace Kelly, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Considering March is Women’s History Month, what better way to celebrate than by recounting some of the greatest, most inspiring female directors, producers, and actresses that have ever graced Hollywood? When the film industry first started up, it only allowed men to have the important jobs. However,...

Easy as pie to enjoy slices year-round

Katie McManaman, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 13, 2020

We’re currently less than three months from the end of the school year, less than two months until senior graduation. Everyone is anxiously awaiting summer, you get to visit the beach, go on vacation and enjoy days without the monotonous cycle of school. Family and friends have barbecues full of laughter...

Did South Korean ‘Parasite’ get lucky?

Art by Taein Park

Renee Calhoun, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

When thinking of Americans’ preferences in movies, foreign films tend not to be as popular.But why? This may be because of advertisement, accessibility, or even laziness. One of the easiest explanations for the lack of interest in foreign films is that many Americans simply do not want to read subtitles....

Colors in film have sneaky psychological effects

Art by Kyung Ah Kim

Cassie Limberakis, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Seeing a movie in theaters is an extremely different experience from watching movies at home. The magic of cinema comes alive with the use of vibrant color. Emotion is often triggered by the clever and introspective use of color on the silver screen. Casual moviegoers may not bother to notice this tool,...

Streaming services challenge live TV sports

Art by Joey Dauphin

Katie Saso, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Remember when the Cubs game was free on TV? Remember when TV shows used to be on regular TV? Those days are long gone. Due to the increase of new streaming networks, many television producers have decided to add their shows on networks such as Netflix, Disney Plus, and Marquee. This change from regular...

Disney curse leads to ethical questions

Art by Krystal Nava

Morgan Trunda, Entertainment Co-Editor

March 13, 2020

Disney Channel is a nostalgic part of childhoods across America. Many kids looked up to the stars on these shows and considered them role models. However, as some grew into teens and adults, their lifestyles dramatically differed from those portrayed on the Disney screen. The most notable of these rebellions...

Changes in special effects help to vividly depict war realities

Art by Jane Lee

Cassie Limberakis, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

The centennial anniversary of WWI, otherwise known as “The Great War,” occurred last year. Throughout the decades, Hollywood has made many films about WWI and the resulting struggles that people endured. Along with showing the hardships of war, the movies use a variety of special effects which amplify...

Vote IGOR: Tyler’s journey from Vine to the Grammys

Art by Krystal Nava

Morgan Trunda, Entertainment Editor

February 28, 2020

Arguably one of the most eclectic artists of this decade, Tyler the Creator has become known among Generation Z and Millennials alike for his versatility. Back in the days of Vine, circa 2012, Tyler the Creator, whose real name is Tyler Gregory Okonma, created hilarious short videos of which are still...

Billie Eilish: fame hasn’t caught up with this young star

Art of Krystal Nava

Alyssa Yankee, Entertainment Editor

February 28, 2020

The music industry, along with teenagers worldwide, didn’t think they needed an artist like Billie Eilish until she appeared on top of music charts. Although Billie Eilish’s stardom may have seemed sudden to the music world, it also felt sudden to Eilish herself. In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning,...

Increased diversity shows developments in award

Grace Kelly, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

It is no secret that award shows are popular. From their spectacular openings and regal red carpets to the intense buildup and subsequent excitement of finding out who gets what award, people can’t seem to stop talking about them in the hours, days and even weeks before. But even those who love them...

‘Little Women’ remake reveals fresh take on a beloved classic

by Marion Krowczyk

Katya Boskovic, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

“I want to be great, or nothing.” Cherished words by the youngest March sister, Amy March, sound the bell for a brand new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved “Little Women,” coming to theaters Christmas day. “Little Women” chronicles the lives of four young sisters living in New...

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