The Uncertain Future of Movie Theatres

By: Zack Van Pelt What is the one movie of your childhood that you remember being wildly excited to see in theaters? Most young Americans have one. For me, it was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. At the time, I had only just turned eight years old and had recently become a huge fan of the series through J.K. Rowling’s magical books. … Continue reading The Uncertain Future of Movie Theatres

The “Star Wars the Clone Wars” Finale Reinvigorates Frustrated Fans

By Kyle Van Pelt <There are spoilers ahead if you have not yet watched the finale> The Star Wars sequel trilogy, despite being incredibly lucrative, was met with mixed reviews from fans. Many claimed that Disney would never truly reinvigorate the ridiculously high praise of the original trilogy, until now. The final four episodes of Clone Wars have been hailed as the best episodes of … Continue reading The “Star Wars the Clone Wars” Finale Reinvigorates Frustrated Fans

What To Watch During Stay-at-home Orders

by: Megan Hyer Netflix and Hulu are coming out with new releases each and every day to keep their viewers occupied. Other common streaming platforms are Disney + and Amazon Prime Video. On Netflix, some of the most-watched shows as of right now are Tiger King, Ozark, and All American. Tiger King is based around the rivalry between Carol Baskin and Joe Exotic and their … Continue reading What To Watch During Stay-at-home Orders

Becoming TikTok Famous

by: Sarah Bevelhymer Are you dying of boredom in quarantine? Don’t worry: I am too. Tik Tok is a social media platform known for blowing people’s social media presence up overnight. You can make short videos about pretty much whatever you want. I chose 11 different Tik Toks to create and see which ones would gain me the most clout.  And so I began. Tik … Continue reading Becoming TikTok Famous

Surviving Quarantine With Animal Crossing: New Horizons

by Josh Hypes As Ohio on Sunday, March 26, announced a vast Stay At Home Order that went into effect on Monday, March 27 at midnight, many Ohioans wonder how they will be able to pass the time until April 6 (and beyond). Luckily as long as they have a Nintendo Switch and a spare $60 lying around, there just might be a quick and … Continue reading Surviving Quarantine With Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Ohio’s not just corn!

By: Abby Clack Happy almost spring break! Just for you, I’ve compiled a collection of things to do for your staycation in beautiful Ohio.  Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; Cleveland, Ohio. “The museum documents the history of rock music and the artists, producers, engineers, and other notable figures who have influenced its development.” Dayton Art Institute; Dayton, Ohio. “The Dayton Art Institute is a … Continue reading Ohio’s not just corn!

Books to Help the Self

by: Kayla Stephensen As the year winds down and exams become the primary focus, it is best to remember to take care of yourself. These books are great for increasing productivity and positivity.  7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R Covey The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis Atomic Habits by James Clear … Continue reading Books to Help the Self

Netflix’s Cheer Shows the Athleticism of the Sport

by Cambree Bernkopf In Greg Whiteley’s documentary series, Cheer, which built up an large fan base after the release in January, the young athletes of Navarro College’s 14-time national championship-winning cheerleading team repeatedly lift, throw and catch teammates–and risk injury. This documentary shows the pain, anguish, and dedication that comes with competitive cheerleading. Some parts are very hard to watch because of how intense and … Continue reading Netflix’s Cheer Shows the Athleticism of the Sport

Opinion: Why Lo-Fi Has Become my Go-to Music

by Josh Hypes I often question when my obsession with Lo-Fi began; I believe it was about two years ago when I was first exposed to it. One day I was scrolling through my YouTube recommended videos when it came up; I decided to give it a play. The strange distorted sound threw me off. None of the tones really worked with one another; however, … Continue reading Opinion: Why Lo-Fi Has Become my Go-to Music