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Netflix’s ‘Unbelievable’ review

Ana Peres Bogo, Writer

September 24, 2019

The new Netflix series “Unbelievable” is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape” written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong. They tell the story of a girl named Marie who was raped in her apartment. She reported the crime to the police, but because of the way the police responded...

Secrets. Lies. Popularity. Drama.

Secrets. Lies. Popularity. Drama.

September 10, 2019

Whether your high school career just concluded or you spent the entirety of your freshman year recalibra...

NETFLIX’S GLOW: SEASON 3 REVIEW

NETFLIX’S GLOW: SEASON 3 REVIEW

August 27, 2019

Season 3 of ‘GLOW: The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling’ recently released on Netflix. For fans of the ser...

The Boys Review

The Boys Review

August 5, 2019

Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ irreverently asks the question “What if Superman was real and didn’t much care...

The One Evil The Defenders Couldn’t Conquer

The One Evil The Defenders Couldn’t Conquer

August 5, 2019

You may have heard that Phase 3 of the MCU has come to a close with the release of ‘Spider-Man Far Fr...

Stranger Things Season 3 Review

Stranger Things Season 3 Review

July 23, 2019

Spoilers ‘Stranger Things 3’ launched on Netflix over the July 4th weekend and with it comes ...

Fans worldwide are done watching the Throne

Chuck Sipps, Arts and Life Editor

May 28, 2019

After eight seasons of must-see television, HBO’s Game of Thrones (GoT) has finished its run. Like all good things, the ups and downs, highs and lows, and twists and turns have to  end. Despite its divisive final season, GoT will go down as a show for the ages and perhaps the best of all time. GoT has always been a s...

The Dragon Prince Season 2 Review

The Dragon Prince Season 2 Review

March 26, 2019

In season one and two of Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince”, we explore an engaging high fantasy world ...

With a Family Like This Who Needs Super Villains?

Chuck Sipps

March 26, 2019

“On the 12th hour of the first day of October 1989, 43 women around the world gave birth. This was unusual only in the fact that none of these women had been pregnant when the day first began.” With those words, viewers are launched into the mysterious world of “The Umbrella Academy,” where each answer only garners ...

The Umbrella Academy Review

Chuck Sipps, Arts and Life Editor

March 14, 2019

“On the 12th hour of the first day of October 1989, 43 women around the world gave birth. This was unusual only in the fact that none of these women had been pregnant when the day first began.” With those words, viewers are launched into the mysterious world of “The Umbrella Academy,” where each answer only garners ...

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ a Modern take on Immigration

Amaris E. Rodriguez, Opinions Editor

February 12, 2019

“Roswell, New Mexico” premiered on the CW on Jan 15 as a reboot of the original short-lived sci-fi television show “Roswell,” starring Katherine Heigl and Shiri Appleby. The reboot is the second adaptation of Melinda Metz’s young adult book series “Roswell High” based on the story of three teen aliens and th...

“Punisher” Leaves Viewers Wanting More

“Punisher” Leaves Viewers Wanting More

February 12, 2019

***Contains Spoilers*** For a person to be in balance they must live in the present, not the past ...

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