Hay’s corner: top 10 albums of the 2010s

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

April 17, 2020

Going out of your comfort zone can yield some great results. Whether it’s with meeting new people or even listening to new music. This was me in the year of 2016. Then, I really only listened to rock and metal. Stereotypical...

Animal Crossing New Horizons review

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

April 17, 2020

Ever since the beginning of March, the world has been filled with horrible news everywhere you look. Toilet paper is rare and now we sit in our homes only going outside for a grocery run or to get some fresh air. When Animal...

Hay’s corner: top albums of the 2010s

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

With all of the recent happenings with COVID-19, quarantines and the economy plummeting, it’s nice to use music or other media formats to escape from that reality. Even though the world outside has been very bleak in recent...

Quarantine and chill: top ten shows to binge watch on Netflix

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

March 27, 2020

With the mass abundance of background noise while doing homework time on students of LCSC hand’s, there are a plethora of Netflix shows to binge while undergoing this lockdown. 10.) “I Am Not Okay with This”: A Netflix...

Hay’s corner: top albums of the 2010s

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Have you ever gotten a music recommendation from a friend for a completely obscure band before? Sometimes it can be pretty bad, or it can be very good. In my case, I found what was perhaps my album of the year for 2019. This...

Mystic Cafe welcomes LCSC students for open mic night

Carlee Smith, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

You won’t ever regret stopping by Open Mic Night at Mystic Cafe. This last Open Mic was no exception. It was a full house with lots of competition for the seats near the stage. The acts of the night did not disappoint. Many...

“I Am Not Okay with This” review

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

In this show, the classic narrative of “The Hero’s Journey” is taken on but quickly turned on its head. Syd, the main character of the show, begins to develop powers that she cannot explain, but unfortunately for her, she...

Sonic, the bourgeoisie and friendship

Trenton Bann, Assistant Editor

February 28, 2020

*Spoilers ahead* Nearly a year after the original trailer dropped, Sonic the Hedgehog has finally released. Since that trailer and the response to the original design of Sonic, the Blue Blur has undergone a complete redesign and a d...

Things to do in the LC Valley

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

February 28, 2020

It seems like there is always nothing to do in the valley. For years, the phrase, “what is there to do in this town?” has been embedded into everyone’s head. Though this valley is small, it is packed full of fun things...

Netflix’s Marriage Story review

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

*Spoilers ahead* Noah Baumbach’s film Marriage Story, shows the trials and struggles of divorce. Words can get construed as we let others speak for us. The main theme was centered around communication. The two main charact...

New Dracula series stuns fans

Ensley Keith, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

*Spoilers ahead* Over the New Year, Netflix debuted its new take on the legend of Dracula, played by Claes Bang. The description available on Netflix regarding the series is slightly misleading in its emphasis on Jonathan Hark...

“Criminal Minds” debuts its finale after 15 years

Antonia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

*Spoilers ahead* “Criminal Minds” has had its share of emotions. It’s hard to explain everything. I could go on forever. “Criminal Minds” first debuted in 2005, and it has finally come to an end 15 years later. Aft...

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