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Creed in the Lead

Creed in the Lead

Camryn Marshall, Columnist

April 25, 2019


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase, Student Opinion, Television

The US adaption of “The Office” has become an American classic with its incomparable mockumentary genre of comedy and incredible cast able to take on the awkward satire of the script. This series is based on the drab existence of a paper supply company and the accuracy of what happens in the midst of...

The Bachelor: Jumping Fences and Boundaries

The Bachelor: Jumping Fences and Boundaries

Camryn Marshall, Columnist

March 6, 2019


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase, Television

The hit reality show “The Bachelor” is finishing up its 23rd season next Monday night and still manages to give us stories we’ve never seen before. Colton Underwood, former Illinois State University football linebacker, is this season's bachelor and has managed to dwindle his 28 bachelorettes do...

Lasting a Lifetime

Max Larsen, Columnist

May 16, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Music, Television

These shows and songs have broken records upon records, and even with new waves of music and TV shows that rise to popularity, they still don't replace the older industry. This is for many reasons, one example coming from the show “Friends.” This popular show is seen as “iconic,” Adam Sternberg...

Long-Lasting Shows & Songs

Max Larsen, Columnist

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Music, Television

These shows and songs have broken records upon records, and even with new waves of music and TV shows that rise to popularity, they still don't replace the older industry. This is for many reasons, one example coming from the show “Friends.” This popular show is seen as “iconic,” Adam Sternberg...

Oldies But Goldies

Meghan Tuzzolino, Columnist

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Television

With less options for pre-teen shows on Disney and Nickelodeon today, many people remember the golden era of teen comedies, from the late 90s to the early 2000s. Lots of the most popular shows of their time ended for reasons unrelated to the show itself. As time goes on, the casts move on to bigger and...

Classics Ruined by Their TV Counterparts

Xander Sharpe, Columnist

December 22, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Opinion, Television, Uncategorized

Remakes of classic movies have been a huge trend lately. I don’t mind the remakes of classic movies. There’s just one thing that bothers me, and that’s when they make live musicals out of true classic movies. True classics can be already pretty terrible as is, such as “Star Wars Holiday Special...

Stranger Things Season Two is “Totally Tubular”

Xander Sharpe, Columnist

November 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Television

The first season of “Stranger Things” was released July 15, 2016, on Netflix. It instantly became a huge hit. Everyone loved all the nostalgia in it and it was a fun ride. The second season is no different; it may even be better than the first season. The second season has a higher budget than the fi...

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