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  • February 19Brad Rosen wrestled at 126lb, and finished top 8 at state wrestling meet, ending the 2018-2019 season

  • February 5Ingrid Carpen(12) advances to sectional bowling competition after scoring 1006 at final season meet

  • December 5On Wednesday December 5, an anti-abortion protest was held before first period on the main street entrance sidewalk

New Year, New Media: What to Watch or Listen to in 2019

Ellie Cawthorne, Social Media and A&E Editor

January 23, 2019

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies, Music, Television

New Year’s resolutions are often hard to stick to and require a lot of work. If you’re looking for an easy list to check off, here’s a list of what you should start your year off with. Movies and TV You - Netflix Original Series ...

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse Might Be the Best Film This Year

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

January 11, 2019

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

Isle of dogs was a marvel of animation. I thought Isle of dogs was the best animated movie of the year without a contest. But then Sony hired 140 animators, the largest animation crew for a movie the studio has ever assemb...

Review: Roma (R)

Review: Roma (R)

January 8, 2019

Troher’s 2018 Entertainment roundup

Matt Troher, Editor-In-Chief

January 3, 2019

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Books, Movies, Music

Its been a year. The past twelve months have been chock-full of ubiquitous moments from the worlds of politics, culture, and the ever-growing interconnected society. Perhaps what we needed most this year was a distraction, a ...

Venom sticks with audiences

October 29, 2018

Filed under Movies

Venom’s origin story would not be complete without Spider-man, or so you would think. With the new Venom solo movie out, Sony Studios decided to take a different approach when tackling the emotional origin story of Eddie Brock, pl...

“Searching” Clicks with Audiences

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

October 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

  “Searching” looked like just another horror movie. However, by the end of the movie it leaves the audience with so much more than most would expect in terms of acting, visuals and storytelling. Despite the...

Money Talks: New Oscar’s category favors the bottom line

Audrey Dwyer, In-Depth Editor

August 30, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

The 90th Oscars was a flop.  With a record low of 26.5 million viewers, the March 4th telecast ratings had dropped 20% from the previous year.  To boost their program’s popularity, the Academy made three significant chang...

Schirle and Troher’s Summer Entertainment

Kyle Schirle and Matt Troher

May 22, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts, Movies, Music

With school getting out and summer starting up, schedules will be freed up and boredom will need to be overcomed. A&E editors Matt Troher and Kyle Schirle share their recommendations on music and movies to help keep the boredom...

The Omega Podcast: The Oscars

Matt Troher and Isabelle LaBianco

March 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies, Podcast

In the first episode of the Omega Podcast, A&E editor Matt Troher and News editor Isabelle LaBianco share their opinions on who they think should, and will, win this years Oscars In addition, the staff of The Omega ...

Review – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Kyle Schirle, A&E Editor

February 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

In a galaxy far far away. These words normally would bring Star Wars nerds like me great pleasure and excitement. However, after the great disappointment of The Force Awakens (TFA) the only emotions going through my mind when I sa...

‘Time’s Up’ movement costs more than just a $12 pin

Isabelle LaBianco, News Editor

February 1, 2018

Filed under Movies, Opinions

In a sea of black ball gowns and Armani suits, a silver pin catches the attention of the abundance of cameras. The pin becomes chatter amongst the guests and reporters. “Time’s Up” becomes the catchphrase of the 2018 Gol...

“A celebration of humanity”: The Greatest Showman serves as this year’s cinema spectacular

February 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

Nominated for an Academy Award and the winner of Golden Globes' Best Original Song, Hugh Jackman’s The Greatest Showman is a showstopper filled with extravagant dance numbers and elaborate costumes. The music was written by the du...