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Review: El Camino

Nolen Stevens, Opinion Editor

October 23, 2019

El Camino (2019) is the continuation of the story of the hit TV show, Breaking Bad, following Jesse Pinkman after the character’s ambiguous fate in the final episode of the show, Felina. The film premiered on Netflix October 11,...

Review: Kid Quill — Sunset Diner

Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief

October 21, 2019

Sunset Diner: Indiana rapper Kid Quill’s fourth studio album, and a brilliantly crafted blast from the past. Quill finds a way to tie meaningful coming-of-age rap and personal experience to catchy pop tunes and an 80s vibe, resu...

Joker cleverly depicts mental illness in an unnerving, thrillingly realistic manner

Mary Petersen, In-Depth Editor

October 21, 2019

DC’s new film Joker is a fascinating character study of the deranged, tortured Arthur Fleck turned psychopathic killer Joker. The film’s darkly raw themes and storytelling come together in an incredible way to produce an unner...

Scary(-ish) Stories to Tell in the Dark

Jill Anthony, A&E Editor

September 24, 2019

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a book that traumatized childhoods for kids everywhere, but its spine chilling tales didn’t stop them from lining up at the library itching to get a copy of the haunting book. In August 2019,...

The lawless land of Lolla

Mia Salerno, Sports Editor

September 24, 2019

Ah, Lollapalooza, the infamous music festival in Chicago that attracts the masses from all of the United States. I have made it my mission to summarize the event as best as I can in order to help those who are debating attendin...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Six (“The Iron Throne”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

May 29, 2019

Game of Thrones is officially over, and what a ride it’s been. Drama, action, romance, even a hint of comedy here and there. But this last episode just did not represent the last eight seasons, nor did it give us a particular...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Five (“The Bells”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2019

Our speculations about Daenerys were true: she is neither the rightful nor the best option as the new ruler of the Seven Kingdoms. In fact, episode five showed us that she might even be as cruel as her late father, the Mad Kin...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Four (“The Last of the Starks”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

May 7, 2019

Episode four did well to display the realities from the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell. The harsh attitudes and frustrating issues reminded us that, while Cersei still lives, no victory has been secured for anyone quite y...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Three (“The Long Night”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

April 30, 2019

The hugely anticipated Battle of Winterfell: dark, long, and epic. Plenty of action ensued in the third episode—the longest and largest battle sequence in TV history—and we were not disappointed. The several minutes at ...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Two (“A Knight of Seven Kingdoms”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

April 23, 2019

While the second episode of Game of Thrones’s eighth season did not have much action, it was far richer in the relationships, intensity, and meaningful dialogue that truly define the show. While many notable events occurred episode t...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode One (“Winterfell”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

April 20, 2019

The long-awaited eighth and final season of Game of Thrones was met with equally high excitement and expectations, and so far, there’s not much to conclude. We were left with some of the show’s same characteristics that...

Review: Thank You for Today proves exciting for long time Death Cab fans

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

September 7, 2018

  Thank You for Today is probably the most promising album of the 2010’s for both long-time Death Cab fans and newcomers. With a new producer, Rich Costly, and a new member, Dave Depper, Thank You for Today looks...