“Hella Mega” tour surprises fans

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

Three major rock bands, Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer, announced that they are going on tour together starting in the summer of 2020. Talk of this tour started when a picture of a flyer with the words “Hella Mega”...

“We are not your kind” impresses listeners

Jordan Hay, Writer

September 6, 2019

Slipknot, the Iowa-based metal group, is back with their third #1 album on the charts and sixth studio album “We Are Not Your Kind.” In the two-decades-long history of Slipknot, there have been many shake-ups and tragedies...

Upcoming September movies

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

September 6, 2019

Upcoming movies with high ratings on Rotten Tomatoes: •Sept. 11: Chained for Life, a beautiful actress struggles to connect with her disfigured co-star on the set of a European auteur’s English-language debut. Through p...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ “Part of the journey is the end”

Douglas Cowdrey, The Pathfinder

May 9, 2019

Nothing regarding plot elements is included in this brief review. It is essentially a persuasive piece to convince you to see the movie as soon as you are able. Equally magnificent in scope and depth, “Avengers: Endgame”...

The importance of liberal arts

Douglas Cowdrey, Writer

April 24, 2019

Today I was thinking about careers and generally how liberal arts careers are often viewed as less important than Science, Technology, Engineering & Math fields. This is not a pretentious jab at STEM careers or a millenialistic...

‘The Hate U Give’ challenges and entertains

Lisa Sanphilippo, Writer

April 22, 2019

Angie Thomas’s first novel, “The Hate U Give,” spent 110 weeks on the New York Times bestseller young adult hardcovers book list according to NewYorkTimes.com. BannedBooks.org noted it was also on the American Library Association’s...

‘The Royal Ooze’ gives self-publishing a bad name

Hannah Mitchell, Editor

April 12, 2019

I was drawn to Ian Rodgers’ book “A Princess and an Ooze” because I needed something to break up the monotony of peer-reviewed journals and textbooks. The story seemed whimsical and light-hearted. The fantasy world seemed...

‘Us:’ a disturbingly intelligent horror thriller

Douglas Cowdrey

April 12, 2019

Note: It is best to see this movie with limited previous knowledge, so this review will be as vague and brief as possible to maximize your experience in the theater and limit the potential for guessing spoilers. Written, directed...

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