Captain Marvel Opens as Massive Success

By: Carter Caldwell On 8 March, Marvel Studios released the 21st entry of their ever-growing Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel.  The film, which is set in 1995, covers the course of 22 hours, and almost entirely before the more heavy hitter plots of Avengers and Iron Man.  In order to preserve the illusion that the film actually took place in the 90s, actors such as … Continue reading Captain Marvel Opens as Massive Success

Jonas Brothers shock fans with the group’s reunion

By Mackenzie Pittman March 1, 2019 marked the release of “Sucker,” the Jonas Brothers first song produced since their break up in 2013. Fans were shocked by the seemingly impromptu reunion from the early 2000 pop group. News that the band was getting back together hit the public on February 28 in an episode of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke starring the three brothers. A series … Continue reading Jonas Brothers shock fans with the group’s reunion

Book Review: Mistborn is Epic Fantasy at its Finest

By: Emily Bevelhymer There are few reads more exciting and entertaining than an epic fantasy. In Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson, the Lord Ruler is the emperor of this fantasy world and has suppressed the empire. The magic system in the world allows people to burn different metals and receive different powers from the metals. A group of misfits rise up to defeat … Continue reading Book Review: Mistborn is Epic Fantasy at its Finest

Enjoy some mystery reads this Spring Break

By: Emily Bevelhymer As the anticipation builds for spring break, now is the perfect time to acquire beach reads. There are few things more enjoyable than sitting in the sun, listening to the ocean with a good book in hand. Here are some recommendations for the perfect book to read while soaking in the rays. A Man Called Ove – The novel A Man Called … Continue reading Enjoy some mystery reads this Spring Break

Add This Action-Packed Read to Your Must-Read-Next List: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

By: Jade Edwards #1 New York Times bestselling author Sarah J. Maas has written “a must-read for lovers of epic fantasy and fairy tales” (USA Today).  In a plot filled with mythical concepts, thrilling duels, and a flourishing love triangle, Throne of Glass brings adventure to life and sparks imagination.  Immerse yourself in a story that will encourage an appreciation of individual freedom and empathy … Continue reading Add This Action-Packed Read to Your Must-Read-Next List: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon Brings Tears to My Eyes

By: Kayla Stephensen *********SPOILER ALERTS********* Maybe it has to do with the proximity of my menstrual cycle, or maybe it has to do with how close to home the stories hit, but I have cried during the second and now third How to Train Your Dragon movies. In the second movie, the parents were brought back together only for the father to lose his life … Continue reading Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon Brings Tears to My Eyes

Senior Emily Taylor Won Most Musical, Here’s Why

by: Kayla Stephensen The newly minted “Most Musical” female of the senior class of 2019 answered some questions regarding her experience in theater as well as with a singing YouTube channel with her best friend and senior Holly Klepacz. What made you want to do theater? I wanted to start theatre because I’d always loved the idea of stepping into someone else’s shoes and I … Continue reading Senior Emily Taylor Won Most Musical, Here’s Why

The Best Way to Get Into Star Wars

by Emily Lewis In the past four years, Star Wars has once again stepped into the spotlight, with multiple movies being released under Disney’s new ownership. From the sequel trilogy to standalone movies that help to fill in gaps of the timeline, the stories are new, but familiar. While the new movies are just as great as the rest, many fans and casual moviegoers are … Continue reading The Best Way to Get Into Star Wars

Romance Movie Recommendations Sure to Please this February

By: Emily Bevelhymer The bitter cold of early February and the abundance of pink and red call for one thing: a romantic-comedy movie night. Romantic-comedies bring a bit of the light and love that is needed during this time of the year. Pop the popcorn and gather the chocolate because a romance movie night is called for. About Time – About Time is the story … Continue reading Romance Movie Recommendations Sure to Please this February

Mary Poppins Returns: A Must-See to Bring Out Your Inner Kid

By: Jade Edwards A fresh, modern addition to the classic, Mary Poppins Returns is a thrilling film that tells the story of what happens after the original.  Michael Banks recently lost his wife to an illness, and his sister Jane Banks is there to help raise his three kids: Anabel, John, and Georgie.   Living at 17 Cherry Tree Lane, a house that has been … Continue reading Mary Poppins Returns: A Must-See to Bring Out Your Inner Kid