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Ghostbusters or Box-Office-busters?

Ghostbusters or Box-Office-busters?

Brittany Tomes, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2016


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Are you ready to call back up the Ghostbusters? Thirty-two years after the first showing of 1984’s Ghostbusters comes a particularly new take on the franchise. Set in a quite contrasting 2016 New York, four women hit the underground subway, a packed concert, and crowded streets on the hunt for t...

Lady Gaga’s ‘Joanne’ Review

Lady Gaga’s ‘Joanne’ Review

Cambrie Hickman, Staff reporter

November 4, 2016


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Joanne is Lady Gaga’s first retro album, with heavy acoustic guitars and a touch of hippie vibes.  Fourteen songs, 47 minutes of soft rock, throws Gaga into another ball park, a drastic change from ArtPop and The Fame.   After seeing Gaga sewed into a dress fashioned with flabs of flank steak for the VMA’s...

Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas Honda Civic Future Now Tour: How birds of a feather sing together.

Daisy Ramirez, staff reporter

November 4, 2016


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To say that 2016 has been a crazy-busy year for the 24-year-old singer-songwriter Demi Lovato would be an understatement. Between her latest album Confident released October of 2015, lawsuits, plus the hectic travel experience of performing on her new tour accompanied by her old pal Nick Jonas; Lovato...

Caniacs in Chandler

Caniacs in Chandler

Tucker Marmie, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2016


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What American doesn’t love a good chicken tender and fry combo? Raising Cane’s is known as a prominent franchise in the chicken tender industry. Recently, two new locations opened up in the Chandler area and there is no lack of satisfaction in these new spots. The closest one to campus is on ...

Student section should improve with winning season

Ellie Wendt, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2016


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Friday night football games under the lights have always been a place for students to gather and share in the passion while making the memories that last long after we have gone on with our lives. The student section have always been a part of high school sports; however, it would appear recently the...

Politics in the Classroom

October 26, 2016


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Election season is reaching its climax, and with it emerges the slew of clashing political opinion- often among an apathetic majority. The mixture of differing views is usually approached with caution in the classroom, at the fear of imposing opinion as fact or unforeseen offense. But is voicing an...

Spooky season under attack from new Twitter trend

Spooky season under attack from new Twitter trend

Mia Irvin, Opinions Editor

October 25, 2016


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It’s officially fall time which means it is time for the weather cooling just a smidge, jeans, pumpkin spice, cute scarves, and people getting offended. The newest political correctness movement garnering support across the different social media has come right at the spookiest time of year. Their mat...

iPhone 7 equals mediocre

Kendall MacGregor, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Once again, Apple has created another technological advancement to its ever-so-popular iPhone. The iPhone 7 has come out along with its new update the iOS 10; in releasing it there has been a continuous amount of both positive and negative opinions surrounding these new updates. But, my opinionate...

Unsigned: 2016 election saturated in fallacies

Mia Irvin, Opinions Editor

September 29, 2016


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The 2016 Presidential Election: where people attack a man dressed as a robot at a Marco Rubio rally, Barack Obama’s citizenship is called into question, and Ben Carson declared the Egyptian pyramids a site for storing grain. This election is ridden with insults, name calling, and straight up heres...

The national anthem protest: he has the right, let him protest

The national anthem protest: he has the right, let him protest

Kylie Vacala, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Being the whitest of all white girls, I have no right to talk about black oppression- but let me tell you, it's there, and it’s  recently been brought back to the public’s attention. Our nation has been in uproar as our patriotic routine for the national anthem has been “dishonored” by one NF...

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