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“Bobby Tarantino II” logically tops the music charts

April 4, 2018 5:44pm | Gabriela Sanchez, '20

Bobby Tarantino ll is the seventh mixtape by the creator of the “1 800-273-8255” song (which happens to be the suicide hotline number), Logic. Apart from being his seventh mixtape, this album is the second installment to his previous –and surprise– 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino. […]

Supreme’s Spring line does not disappoint

March 8, 2018 2:04pm | Jason Velasquez, '18

With winter being nearly over and spring rapidly approaching, people think of all the beauteous things to come:the beautiful flowers, nice long days, and loving animals.   For people in the fashion industry, eyes are dazed and dreams become a reality by clothing that will […]

Could this be the end for super ?

March 7, 2018 2:16pm | Ibrahim Camara, 19'

  It seems Dragon Ball Super may be headed towards an indefinite hiatus, or worst, an end, as a Japanese news source confirmed its time slot will be replaced following the end of its current arc in March. This comes as a sobering piece of […]

Black Panther: Best marvel movie or mediocre at best?

March 7, 2018 1:58pm | Neziah Osayi, '20

Black Panther may be the first movie where I could imagine me sitting down with a Neo-Nazi and Klansman, and still having one of the best times of my life. Since this is the first black superhero movie, not counting the three Blade movies, Catwoman […]

“Irreplaceable You” causes irreplaceable tears

March 6, 2018 2:00pm | Isabella Muehlinghaus ‘20

Disclaimer: SPOILERS! (of course) As a diehard fan of all things romance, when I found out a new romance movie was going to be released on Netflix I was ecstatic! Little did I know, the movie would be a little more emotional than I was […]

Thrifting is the new shopping

March 5, 2018 5:28am | Precious Adetayo-Oguntade’18

Urban Dictionary defines thrifting as, “when one visits several different thrift shops, second-hand shops, and vintage clothing stores in the hopes of buying several items of cheap and unusual clothing and other items.” Usually, one does this with friends, but often times there is a […]

YouTuber Boxing: The new way to settle ‘beef’

March 5, 2018 5:21am | Manely Timoll, 18'

Although it may have taken place in the UK, an ameutuer boxing match caught the attention of many worldwide, mainly because it involved not professional boxers, but instead, famous YouTubers. The two YouTubers KSI and Joe Weller made history with this boxing event, being the […]

The Rundown on New York Fashion Week 2018

March 2, 2018 11:49pm | Gabriela Sanchez, '20

Fashion Week 2018 kicked off its season on February 8, 2018, as hundreds of stylists, celebrities, and fashion icons alike made their way to the runway sidelines to watch the biggest names in fashion flaunt their newest designs. What exactly is Fashion Week? Fashion Week […]

Early Access causes a plague on the gaming community

March 2, 2018 3:10am | Tyler Carlson, '20

In recent years there has been a plague in the video game community, known as Early Access. Early Access is when a product is sold or given out before it is finished to help the developer fund the project or get feedback on the project. […]

Social media sites bring out the best–and worst–of the internet

February 14, 2018 5:12pm | Jada Weathers, '20

Views, followers, and likes are the most wanted– or rather, needed— aspect of social sites today.  The question is what are you willing to do for a couple likes, followers and/or views on your social media profile? The whole concept of the “like” button started […]