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The greatest show is “The Greatest Showman”

The greatest show is “The Greatest Showman”

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Managing Editor

April 26, 2018


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"The Greatest Showman" was released on December 8, and immediately had audiences falling in love with the characters and stories. It is personally one of my all time favorite movies, and I highly recommend it. The Greatest Showman is based on the true story about P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) and his...

App of the week: retro highway

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

April 25, 2018


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This week I have had the pleasure of downloading a little game called Retro Highway. Playing my first game, I realized how nostalgic this game made me feel. Tge game has a certain 8-bit charm to it. The game is fairly fun. The gameplay is simple and fun, don’t crash and go for stunts as well as...

App of the week: guess the emoji

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

April 11, 2018


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Guess the Emoji is a simple puzzle game utilizing the emojis that everyone has come to know and love. Given two emojis and a certain amount of letters the user has to guess what word that the emojis form. There are 16 total levels with over 60 different puzzles in each level. Most of the puzzles prov...

Snapchat update snaps users’ patience

Gracie Angeli, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018


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In February, Snapchat made a monumental change to their app. Snapchat modified their social media platform by adding changes to make the app more accessible to a mainstream audience. The company completely revamped their app, mixing stories into a single “friends” page. I have deleted the app...

Fortnite Battle Royale takes over gaming community

Michael Sugrue, Online Writer

March 30, 2018


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Fortnite, the most streamed game on twitch right now. The game that broke the internet with rapper drake and twitch streamer Ninja playing the game together. If I were to explain fortnite to someone in a sentence I would probably describe it as a modern day hunger games. Players start in a “battle bu...

Sherlock Gnomes “The World’s Least Entertaining Detective”

Liam Connally, Online Writer

March 29, 2018


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Sherlock Gnomes starts out with a minute of the Gnomes suggesting stories they should tell only each tale has "gnome" in the title, The Gnome Ranger, for example. It gets worse from there. Sherlock Gnomes, the sequel to 2011’s Gnomeo and Juliet fails to capture the charm of the first film, instea...

HQ: the “game show” app

HQ: the “game show” app

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

March 21, 2018


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It was a late dinner when my sister said that she had to pull out her phone in order to enter in HQ’s daily games. Every day at two different times the game show begins. Twelve questions are then asked and whoever gets all twelve of them right can win up to $5,000. So, after seeing my sister so infatuated wit...

App of the week: Fire Rides

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

March 7, 2018


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The premise is fairly simple, swing to hit targets and avoid obstacles. In playing this game over the past week, I found that this game was very hard to put down. With constant updates that change the way the game plays and outside mechanics that involve different skins for the ball that you swing with,...

Bringing back the black

Bringing back the black

Jadon Alvarez, Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2018


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Exploring the depths of human psychology and sociology, Black Mirror is a Netflix Original Series that was released to Netflix on Oct.  21, 2016. Black Mirror is known as a modern day “Twilight Zone.” With episodes that ranged from plots like social status depending on the popularity of your s...

O and E help spell L-O-V-E

Gigi Francis, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018


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Call Me By Your Name is a young adult film based on the novel written by André Aciman and directed by Luca Guadagnino. This movie centers around two young men, Elio and Oliver, who find love with one another during a brief summer in Italy. Over the summer, Elio’s father invites Oliver, an American col...

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