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Reviewing Disney’s Frozen

December 19, 2013

Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Disney released their recent animated film Frozen, a story about two sisters who live in the kingdom of Arendale. One of the sisters Elsa (Idina Menzel) has the ability to produce snow and ice, however she must keep her powers a secret from the outside world. Her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) is a happy-go-lucky young lady wh...

The Diviners review

The Diviners review

November 26, 2013

The Drama Club performed their new fall play, The Diviners, on November 1st, 2nd & 8th, 9th. The play is about a young, 25 year old former preacher, C.C Showers (Matt Krawcyk;11), who comes to a small town from Kentucky, seeking a new life. He arrives at the home of the Layman family for work and a place to rest his head. He tries to keep hi...

Tales of High School

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor

September 30, 2013

Source Filmmaker Review

Source Filmmaker Review

May 14, 2013

Valve Corporation has been the most revolutionary corperation in the gaming industry. On June 27,2012, Valve release a beta version of their 3D video editing software Source Filmmaker, which uses Valve’s gaming engine the Source Engine, that  is used for their popular games such as the Half-Life and Portal series. The tools used in SFM are ...

Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite “High Skies Adventure of the Year”

April 29, 2013

My impressions of the first Bioshock definitely alter my perception of how great first person shooter games can be. The story of the first one was engaging and so much fun. Although the first two games were set in Rapture, a dark and scary under sea metropolis, this latest installment in the Bioshock franchise takes us to the bright, high skies city o...

Bachelor(ette) Kissing Policy

Bachelor(ette) Kissing Policy

February 12, 2013

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are both those types of reality show that keep going regardless of poor reviews and ratings. They never surprise us; we already know how it works. One guy or girl has a choice to pick from 25 to 30 men or women. The contestant then spends time with each and every one of them and takes them on extravagant dates to popul...

Hollywood Studios vs Independent Studios

Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor

February 4, 2013

With the announcement of an Angry Birds animated movie adaption by Illumination films (studio behind Despicable Me), the question stands if Hollywood will ever make original stories that are enjoyable to watch and not base them off trends. With the advancement of new innovations in technology, the ways we can communicate, are feelings, ideas and expressions are faster and simpler than in the past. For years, many people aspired to be  actors, directors in music or film, or a singers - and would do anything to become famous, because Hollywood was was the only avenue a...

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“The Walking Dead” – Game of 2012

January 21, 2013

   Zombies have been a hot trend in the horror genre for decades; unfortunately, there have been only a few films, books, and games that have given a realistic, detailed and emotional story about this topic. Usually zombie games allow you to kill as many zombies as you can, with some goal, or lame storyline attached to it; Thankfully, The Walking Dea...

Wii U irrelevancy

Wii U irrelevancy

December 17, 2012

 The announcement of the Wii U did not excite me at all, nor did it effect my thoughts of what I am missing out on. Unfortunately, the sequel to one of my favorite games (Bayonetta) is being released for ONLY the Wii U. Why? Apparently the game company did not have enough finances to produce the sequel by itself, resulting in the company striking...

Redundancy: The video game

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Amir Muhammad, Feature Editor

December 17, 2012

Video games are a great past time for many teens, young adults, and even adults age 30 and up. There are a variety of genres of video games - dance, sports, action adventure, horror, first, second and third person shooters, etc. The video game industry has become the highest grossing industry after Hollywood; however, we all know Hollywood made t...

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The Guild Web Series Review

December 5, 2012

While I never bothered, or had any interest in watching web series’, until the winter break of my freshman year, while I was surfing Zune on Xbox marketplace. I came across The Guild, a comedic web series following a group of Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (basically being a game where you can create your own destiny and do want you wan...

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