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Review: “Doom Eternal”

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Zachariah Brosius, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

When I played "Doom 4," I enjoyed it a great deal. So, naturally, I was curious if the recently-released "Doom Eternal" could improve upon what "Doom 4" created.

A New Take On An Old Classic: Review of “Emma”

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment editor

April 17, 2020

2020 brings a new telling of Jane Austen’s beloved “Emma."

“Half-Life: Alyx” — A Fun Disappointment

Alexander Balfanz, Copy Editor

April 17, 2020

What’s it like to play a video game in virtual reality (VR)? This is a question I expect most people who buy “Half-Life: Alyx” to not know the answer to until they put on their VR headset.

Tiger King: A Look Into the Crazy Life of Big Cat Owners

Tiger King: A Look Into the Crazy Life of Big Cat Owners

Emma Montalbano, Video Editor

April 17, 2020

"Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness," a seven-episode mini documentary series that explores the chaotic life of big cat owners and breeders, is currently the most watched show in America. 

“Sex Education” Season Two Tackles Uncharted Teen Territory

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Sam Brook, Managing Editor

April 17, 2020

The highly anticipated second season of the new British show "Sex Education" did not disappoint its eager teen audience after its Netlfix release earlier this year. The Netflix original boasts incredible ratings, with a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, an 8.3/10 on IMDB, and a 9.3/10 from The taboo title only begins to describe the important topics discussed on the show through the lovable British cast.

To All The Viewers: P.S. Will You Love This Movie?

Lara Jean Covey and boyfriend, Peter Kavinsky, on their first date at the beginning of the movie.

Tessa Bertine, Local News Editor

April 16, 2020

In recent years, Netflix has filled its screens with many teenage romance movies, so many that not one person has time to watch them all. Is one of their newest releases in this genre, “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” worth the watch? 

Reacting to College Decision Reactions

Many YouTube video thumbnails for college decision reaction videos look similar to this one.

Chloe Postlewaite, Online Editor

April 16, 2020

In a college decision reaction video, a student records themselves opening their college decisions. The audience gets to see the student’s reaction to each school’s decision, whether it be cries of happiness from an acceptance or tears from a rejection. These videos are becoming increasingly popular on YouTube, with over 100 videos in the category already published this admission cycle.

Review: MLB The Show 20

Ken Griffy Jr. hits a home run for my San Jose Ducks in Diamond Dynasty

Jack Freeman, Managing/Sports Editor

April 15, 2020

Major League Baseball (MLB) and San Diego Studios teamed up once again this year to release their annual “MLB The Show” video game, “MLB The Show 20.” The game brings new additions like the new Perfect-Perfect hitting system and a new relocation feature for your franchise.

“Contagion”: Why the 2011 Film is Spreading in Popularity

Mitch Emhoff (Matt Damon) stands in a crowd of masked civilians; the CDC now recommends wearing cloth coverings in public settings when social distancing cannot be maintained.

Isabella Calcagno, Politics Editor

April 15, 2020

How the 2011 film "Contagion" has become our reality, and how it hasn't.

No Eyes for the Current Darkness: Why a 40-Year-Old Book Has Become Relevant Today

The Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz is said to contain a prediction to the current coronavirus, however this may just be a coincidence.

Cedrik von Briel, Health/Lifestyle/Technology Editor

April 15, 2020

“Chilling.” “Gripping.” “Kept me on the edge of my seat.” An “emotional wringer.” That’s how various papers, websites, and amateur book reviewers described Dean Koontz’s 1981 thriller, The Eyes of Darkness.

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