“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”

Nessah Wendt, Columnist April 30, 2021

After 13 years of success, Taylor Swift re-released her classic album, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version).” It includes Taylor's old music such as “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me," while also...

The cover of

“Greenglass House”

“Greenglass House” is an Edgar Award-winning mystery book with some amazing twists and turns.
Madeeha Akhtar, Columnist April 20, 2021

Milo Pine is thrown into a mysterious situation when five guests turn up at his family’s inn. All of the guests have items that have been stolen by someone in the inn. With his friend Meddy, the cook’s...

Battles in

Out with the Old and In with the New: the Anime Generation Talk

Sophia Geisler, Columnist April 20, 2021

The two most debated topics in the anime community are whether new-gen anime or old-gen anime are considered better, and which new-gen anime deserves to be crowned best; however, both new-gen and old-gen...

Despite being practically the same, the U.S. and U.K. versions of

Battle of the Nations, A.K.A “The Office”

Ever since the United States of America was formed and the 13 colonies gained independence from Britain, our two nations have fought, but no battle is more important than the battle between the U.K. and U.S. versions of “The Office.”
Brandon Dosen, Columnist April 2, 2021

On July 9, 2001, Britain was introduced to “The Office,” a small sitcom show that would depict simple paper merchants in the small town of Slough. Made by the BBC, the country loved it. It gained a...

An update on year one of

One Year Of “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”

March 20, 2021, marked the one-year anniversary of the latest installment of the Animal Crossing series, "Animal Crossing: New Horizons."
Abbi Prieto, Columnist March 29, 2021

“Animal Crossing: New Horizons” was first released on March 20, 2020, one year ago. It was a success, mainly due to the timing of the release. People were beginning quarantine, and “Animal Crossing:...

Consoles may have made the gaming industry, but there time is coming to a close.

The Doomed Console Market

Consoles have helped to create the large gaming industry we know today, but it seems that gaming might leave these beloved consoles behind entirely.
Brandon Dosen, Columnist March 22, 2021

Video game consoles have been around for what feels like forever, and have been a staple part of the gaming industry. However, all good things come to an end, and it seems that consoles are no exception....

There are many sub-genres beneath the major genres in literature.

Tropes in Genres

Genres are often seen as the categories that pieces of fiction fall into, and each has common moods, tropes, and story elements that are more present in them than in any other.
Allister McLeod, Columnist March 19, 2021

While people can easily find a list of dozens of genres and subgenres of fiction, a few stand out more than the rest. Some genres, like sci-fi and fantasy, have been extremely popular in the last couple...

Eddy Chen performing Paganini Caprice No. 24 while hula hooping.

TwoSet Violin: Bringing the World of Classical Music to a Younger Generation

Brett Yang and Eddy Chen are two professional violinists who created the popular YouTube channel TwoSet Violin. They make comedic skits and review modern media that uses classical music, whether it be shows, movies, ads, or even apps.
Noah Thompson, Columnist March 19, 2021

According to TwoSet Violin, in 2013, Australian violinists Brett Yang and Eddy Chen created a YouTube channel called TwoSet Violin. They create a wide range of videos from challenges, like the “Ling...

Modern Google Doodles.

What is a Google Doodle?

Amelia McCrory, Columnist March 19, 2021

As we open our Google homepages daily, we are aware of the creative and unique Google Doodles that welcome us. But what is the process of forming these works of art, and how can we join the Doodle community? According...

Fandoms are a dangerous internet trend.

Fandoms: One of the Many Toxic Internet Cultures

Doxxing, cancelling and stalking. Are fandoms slowly destroying social media?
Sophia Geisler, Columnist March 17, 2021

The internet has always been a place for mild and major controversy. With social media influencers, celebrities, political parties, such and such, it’s easy to get caught up in the middle of online arguments....

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