Album review: Icarus Falls

By Stephanie Lingenfelter Editor in Chief Former One Direction member, Zayn Malik, released his second album, “Icarus Falls,” on Dec. 14 and compared to “Mind of Mine,” it missed the mark. Everything sounded too electronic and edited, which was disappointing because I know Zayn has a beautiful voice and was always my favorite in 1D.... Continue Reading →


TV Show review: You

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor On Jan. 18 Netflix released a new show, “You.” This show is about a man meeting a woman in a bookstore and he becomes obsessed with her and stalks her until they start dating. He ends up doing some cruel and immoral things behind her back without her knowing at... Continue Reading →

Book review: Hindsight

By Halie Wingo Opinion Editor “Hindsight & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me” is an autobiography written by singer Justin Timberlake. It’s a collection of memories, pictures and stories from his life. Timberlake’s stories are about his rise to fame, friends, family and the challenges he faced to become the best... Continue Reading →

Restaurant review: Strangle Brew

By Whitney Black Entertainment Editor Located in Greenwood off 135, “Strange Brew” is a coffee shop with a hipster-like vibe. It is full of artwork, posters, cozy seating and colorful walls. The shop was something I would expect to see somewhere in New York. The service was quick and the baristas were friendly and helpful.... Continue Reading →

Video game review: Earthbound

By Jakob Ronimous Staff Reporter “Earthbound,” released all the way back in 1994, is a western RPG unlike anything of its time. The game is set in Eagleland, a comedic depiction of 1970’s America. The main characters are commonly referred to as Ness, Paula, Jeff and Poo, although they can be named whatever the player... Continue Reading →

Movie review: Glass

By Jaelin Engle News Editor The director M. Night Shyamalan brought the narrative of his movies “Unbreakable” and the film “Split” into this new movie named “Glass.” In this film, the three main characters, Elijah Price, David Dunn and Kevin Wendell Crumb, are in a mental institution while the character Dr. Ellie Staple tries to... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Crimes of Grindelwald

By Jaelin Engle News Editor “Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald” is a sequel to “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” In the beginning of this movie, there is a dark wizard named Gellert Grindelwald who escapes from his guards during a transfer from New York to London. Newt Scamander gains the rights to travel... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Legendary Christmas

By Emma Gibson Staff Reporter “A Legendary Christmas” is a studio album made by John Legend. The new Christmas album is his sixth studio album and his first Christmas album, and the album was released on Oct. 26. Throughout his album, there are featured artists such as Esperanza Spalding and the famous Stevie Wonder. My... Continue Reading →

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