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As the Chainsmokers Reign, Other Renowned Artists Decline

Zack Hage, Entertainment Editor

November 1, 2016

In the past three months, The Chainsmokers’s Closer has set records for streaming, duo produced songs, and dance/electronic. However, even more remarkable is the fact that the songs continued to succeed, even with some of the heaviest competition in recent memory. In fact, artists who haven’t made a presen...

The New iPhone 7

The New iPhone 7

Christian Touhey, Video Editor

October 3, 2016

Controversy struck Apple users when the worldwide company announced they would eradicate the headphone jack on the new iPhone. Apple recently unveiled a new line of products and software that aims to innovate ahead of competition. The new iPhone 7 presented at the Apple Keynote is now waterproof, and fea...

Is Netflix failing to give us real entertainment?

Is Netflix failing to give us real entertainment?

Stella Haussler, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

The beginning of Netflix was initiated when CEO Reed Hastings got a late fee of $40 for not returning Apollo 13. He then investigated how you could order DVD’s through mail. His invention was released on August 29, 1997. But since Netflix has gone from ordering DVD’s to online streamings, how do we...

Opinion: In A Political Climate As Tight As This, Snowden Is Useless

Zack Hage, Entertainment Editor

September 29, 2016

Coming off of Obama’s recent clemency kick, NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden has requested to come back into the US. However, with Snowden, the new Hollywood thriller based on him, his comments now seem deliriously out of touch. Directed by political intriguer Oliver Stone and starring Joseph Gordo...

“Pokemon Go” Interferes With Woodside Students’ Productivity

“Pokemon Go” Interferes With Woodside Students’ Productivity

Kianna Koeppen, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

Chasing Pokemon is getting in the way of students chasing their dreams.

As Blockbusters Fall, Audiences are Gaining Grievances

As Blockbusters Fall, Audiences are Gaining Grievances

Zack Hage, Entertainment Editor

September 16, 2016

New speculation is arising that 2016’s summer movie season was one of the most mediocre on record,  based off of critical and commercial evidence. These claims (coming off of sites such as Rolling Stone, Deadline, and Vox) cite the movies such as: Warcraft, Independence Day: Resurgence, and X-Men ...

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