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Much more than Nothing

Gavin Cardoza, Staff Writer November 9, 2018

Their name may seem a little unorthodox at first, and their style of slow and loud melodies may be different from much of the music heard today, but start-up band Nothing is more than what their name implies. The...

Review: Azusa Street Revival

Andrea Castro, Staff Writer May 13, 2016

Saturday April 9th, over, 100,000 were joined together in the Los Angeles Coliseum for an rememberance of the Azusa Street Revival that happened in 1906.  Lead by Lou Engle, Azusa now enabled tens of...

Review: Norwegian Woods

Review: Norwegian Woods

Ashley Hoang, Features Editor April 26, 2016

Haruki Murakami’s novels gained immense popularity among the younger generation for its slice-of-life plots and themes of naivetivity and flawed love. Like the famous Beatles song bearing the same name,...

Review: The Jungle Book

Review: The Jungle Book

Sophie Gilliland, Opinion Editor April 21, 2016

Everybody loves a classic, but with all the remakes and sequels being done it’s hard to appreciate a flash to the past. The Jungle Book was one of these remakes and I didn’t think it would be that...

Review: Lady Midnight

Review: Lady Midnight

Jessica Dang, Sports Editor April 19, 2016

Once again, Cassandra Clare exceeded my highest expectations. Clare released Lady Midnight, the first novel of The Dark Artifices and the third, chronologically fourth series of the The Shadowhunter...

Review: Gods Not Dead 2

Review: God’s Not Dead 2

McKenzie Barrow, Staff Writer April 7, 2016

God’s Not Dead 2 is  (according to Google) the eighth movie released by Pure Flix Entertainment, a Christian production company. And as with in any shamelessly Christian film, it shamelessly throws...

Review: Breadfruit Tree

Review: Breadfruit Tree

Sophie Gilliland, Opinion Editor March 3, 2016

My family has loved going to the Breadfruit Tree for years. It used to only be open in the summer, but now it’s only closed for a few months in the winter and it opened again on February second. The...

Review: The 100

Review: “The 100”

Emma Garcia, Online Editor-in-Chief February 18, 2016

Let me just say, there are a lot of TV shows out there. As a result, there are so many shows that it’s impossible to  watch all of them, especially since so many of them are bad. But every once in awhile...

Review: The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts

Review: The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts

Claire Gilliland, Opinion Editor February 18, 2016

The novel The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston is about herself, the daughter of Chinese immigrants, growing up in San Francisco and fighting to overcome the sexism...

Review: Pho Lucky

Review: Pho Lucky

Jasmine Frando, Opinion Editor February 11, 2016

Normally on a Sunday after church, my family and I eat out and this week, we decided to try something new. My brother recommended Pho Lucky because he and his friends eat there often and apparently, the...

Review: Furiously Happy

Review: “Furiously Happy”

Katrina Springs, Staff Writer February 4, 2016

“Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things” by Jenny Lawson isn’t the average, sappy book about depression.  It’s inspiring, honest and most of all, funny. Lawson writes first hand...

Review: The Force Awakens

Review: The Force Awakens

Aidan Backus, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2016

“Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” is the movie that will remind jaded viewers why “Star Wars” is a tradition in Western culture.  Like Christmas or Shakespeare, the epic space opera franchise...

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