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“Crazy, Rich Asians” rises above stereotypes

“Crazy, Rich Asians” rises above stereotypes

Devyn Inong, Infographics Editor

November 9, 2018

From bookstore to the cinema, the feature-film “Crazy, Rich Asians” breaks Asian stereotypes while paving a new path for aspiring Asian-Americans hoping to make it big on Hollywood screens. Directed by Jon M. Chu, the two-hour movie is sure to take audiences on an emotional roller coaster as they ...

The Battle of the Smoothies: Nektar vs. Jamba Juice

Kalani Williams, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

Jamba Juice is frequently the go-to for teenagers wanting smoothies. Since the business opened in Stockton in 1990, multiple smoothie joints have opened and tried to compete but they have ultimately failed. But Nekter, located in Lincoln Center, has been grabbing the attention of the teenage demogra...

Netflix Binge-Watch Suggestions

March 6, 2018

Netflix is always the best place to find TV shows or movies to watch.  With the countless options of what to view on Netflix, binge-watching quickly becomes a pasttime.   With 5 seasons, “Bates Motel” is a psychological drama that hooks viewers in.  The show is based off of “Psycho” and fol...

Classic Movie Review: Dead Poets Society

Classic Movie Review: Dead Poets Society

February 16, 2018

Dead Poets Society is, arguably, one of the best films to ever be produced.  Dead Poets Society focuses on a group of boys, the “Dead Poets Society,” attending Welton Academy and prioritizes that one should focus on being an individual rather than conforming to the group social standards. Robin ...

Netflix’s Binge-Worthiest Shows

Lily Tran, Writer

January 24, 2018

Netflix is always ripe with a diverse and interesting variety of TV shows.  With a plethora of genres and hundred of series to choose from, sometimes, making a choice of what to watch next is a painful process of elimination.  Thankfully, the binge-worthy shows stick out to reveal their entertainin...

The Queen of Pop has earned her ‘Reputation’

Lily Tran, Feature Editor

December 4, 2017

“The drought was the very worst,” begins the last song of Taylor Swift’s last album “1989.” After waiting a three-year long drought for new music, Taylor Swift has finally released her sixth studio album “Reputation.” 2016 was a year full of drama and betrayal for the singer and led...

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