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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...

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....

Most Watched Movie App in the Midst of Pandemic

Most Watched Movie App in the Midst of Pandemic

Amiyah Jada Owens, Columnist February 22, 2021

The internet is flooded with tons of different streaming services, with some of the most popular being sites such as Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO Max. I conducted a survey to find out which...

The world will remember legendary journalist Larry King.

The Legacy of Larry King

The death of Larry King is tragic to all, but his legacy will continue to inspire people around the world.
Brandon Dosen, Columnist January 29, 2021

Larry King died at age 87 with his now-widow announcing his cause of death to be a sepsis infection. He was most well known for his talk show hosted on CNN named “Larry King Live”, which he hosted...

A foley artist at work.

Foley Foolery

There are many aspects that go into making movies, from the computer-generated images, (CGI) to the storyline, and everything in between. But there is one very important part that is often overlooked - the foley of a movie.
Rebecca Harris, Columnist November 15, 2020

Have you ever wondered how horror movies manage to get the perfect sound of a creaky door? Or how footsteps just magically manage to become louder when entering a “haunted” house? How waterfalls and...

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The Bird Fight of 2020

The last time the Arizona Cardinals beat the Seattle Seahawks at home was during the 2012 season.
Ty Larsen, Columnist November 9, 2020

To start the game, Seattle made two long-distance passes and ran the ball down for a touchdown, scoring within less than 5 minutes and 6 total plays. Seattle played hard defense, forcing a turnover, then...

There are tons of streaming services out there, but which ones are the best?

The Best Binge-Worthy App

Many people know of different streaming services for binge-watching, but which is the best?
Kayli Taylor, Columnist November 5, 2020

Many people like to watch shows with no commercials, and not have to wait for the next episode to be released so they can just keep watching all in one sitting. This is called binge-watching, and it’s...

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The Laugh Track, Genius or a Mockery?

The laughing track has been a part of our lives, being one of the most popular features on sitcoms and comedy shows. But why was it added, was it really effective, and why did some shows choose not to use it?
Brandon Dosen, Columnist October 30, 2020

According to BBC, the laugh track was originally used after the sound engineers of live shows noticed the negative effects of the spontaneous laughter by their live audience. Another use was when previously...

Episode five of the original “Loving Lyfe” season.

It’s a Beautiful Day with Loving Lyfe

JK! Studios’s show “Loving Lyfe” is just as hilarious as the typo in its name.
Carsten Oyer, Columnist February 2, 2020

YouTube may not be the most common place to find a good TV show. It would doubtfully be the first platform you check. However, “Loving Lyfe” is changing that. The wry humor of the show, created by...

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