LEGO STAR WARS: The Complete Saga Old But Gold

LEGO STAR WARS: The Complete Saga Old But Gold

Ethan Partain, Staff Writer March 9, 2020

Ten out of ten rating on Steam. What more could a game ask for? After it’s release in 2007 the game has sold over 21 million copies. 13 years, 21 million copies out there, and still a 10/10 rating....

STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order Review – The Quest For The Best Poncho

STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order Review – The Quest For The Best Poncho

Ethan Partain, Staff Writer February 14, 2020

As with any Star Wars content, Jedi: Fallen Order was highly anticipated and many  fans pre-purchased the game just because it had "Star Wars" on it, but does this anticipation reflect the content of...

The New

The New “Star Wars Movie” is, in Fact, a Star Wars Movie

David O’Grady, Staff Writer January 31, 2020

Let me explain. Although you most likely went in and out of the movie, or will, knowing it is an installment in the franchise, I’m pushing you to go further. Your “typical Star Wars movie” is a war...

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” Movie Review

Patty J. Fahey, Staff Writer December 17, 2019

We all hold our childhood memories near and dear to our hearts, whether it was a movie, a toy, a TV show, a park, or a friend, we all have something or someone special that shaped our childhood....

Antifascist At the Portland Protests- JJ Mazzucotelli

Punch a Nazi: Exploring Resistance and the Optics of Political Violence

Zoe Mansfield, Conflict Journalist, Arts and Culture Editor December 16, 2019

In August of this year, I went to a white nationalist rally in Portland, Oregon to stand in solidarity with the hundreds of anti-fascist counter-protesters and report on both sides of the rally. It was...

Punch a Nazi: Answering Violence with Violence is still Violent

Jonathon Chatham, Staff Writer December 16, 2019

“Punch a Nazi.” It seems every American loves violence more than anything else, and take it out on some Nazis, since why not - they killed all those Jewish people back in World War II right? Punch...

Has the Internet Killed the Record Label?

Has the Internet Killed the Record Label?

Sierra Warren, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

Record labels are now more obsolete than ever, and artists can now be more independent. They are taking promotion and distribution into their own hands. Before the age of the Internet, being distributed...

The Difference Music Makes

The Difference Music Makes

Lizeth Rocha, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

Schools have a very strict policy when it comes to electronic devices and how we use them in the classroom, but perhaps the administration is missing something. Electronic devices are looked down upon...

“The Mandalorian” Spoiler Free Review – A Disappointing Ride, To Say the Least

Jonathon Chatham, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

“The Mandalorian” so far has been a disappointing venture. When I went in knowing nothing, I imagined a space epoch of the brutality of the Mandalorian wars 3,600 years before "A New Hope." Or perhaps,...

Nothing Profound About Profanity

Nothing Profound About Profanity

Jonathon Chatham, Staff Writer December 9, 2019

Profanity is a very touchy subject for some people. On this campus, some teachers are highly opposed to it, while others use it themselves. One tends to have to ride a fine line when using profanities...

Two Students' Views on School Attendance Policy

Two Students’ Views on School Attendance Policy

Alexander Ryan and Lizbeth Gurrola December 5, 2019

It is no secret that students are put under immense pressure to be at school at all times, regardless of the consequences. The Washoe County School District is no exception; in fact, the new attendance...

The Benefits of Studying

The Benefits of Studying

David O’Grady, Staff Writer December 5, 2019

Studying has always been a talking point between students and teachers.  Although many teachers say that students should study, and there being conclusive proof to this, many students still don’t. ...

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