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Review: The Midnight Library

Manwela Katas
December 2, 2021

TRIGGER WARNING: Suicide, Overdose, Depression This review may include slight spoilers for the book The Midnight Library The New York Times bestseller, The Midnight Library, a fantasy novel written...

Review: Regretting You

Review: Regretting You

Katie Wilson
November 19, 2021

DISCLAIMER: This review involves minor spoilers of the novel, Regretting You, by Colleen Hoover. Regretting You by Colleen Hoover displays and unfolds the fictional story of 34-year-old Morgan Grant,...

Videogame Review: Warframe

Videogame Review: Warframe

Zakary Robinette
November 3, 2021

Warframe is an action/adventure video game that was released on March 25th, 2013 by Digital Extremes and Panic Button Games. It has a 95% rating on Google. Warframe can be played on PC, XBOX, PS and Nintendo...

Review: The Girl on the Train

Anushka Kale
October 28, 2021

The Girl on the Train is a popular suspense mystery novel, written by Paula Hawkins. This book is extremely well reviewed and has sold over 23 million copies worldwide. In 2016, it was adapted into a film...

Review: I Wish You All The Best

Review: I Wish You All The Best

Katie Wilson
October 14, 2021

DISCLAIMER: This review involves mentions of strong topics including transphobia, homophobia, and verbal abuse. If any of the mentioned categories negatively affect you, do not continue reading.  I...

Ginny and Georgia Review

Ginny and Georgia Review

Sim Saini
March 24, 2021

There are some shows that just don't have enough detail to capture an audience’s attention, however, Ginny and Georgia, which came out February 24, 2021, is by far one of the most detailed and mind-capturing...

Game Review of Call of Duty Cold War

Game Review of Call of Duty Cold War

Ezekiel Malual
March 5, 2021

Call of Duty Cold War is the newest first person shooter from Activision that came out November 13, 2020. This is one of the most packed Call of Duty games made with many new features. Cold War is almost...

(1917 movie poster, from Universal)

1917: A Review

Christian Coleman
March 5, 2020

Sam Mendes’ 1917 is one of the most outstanding and ambitious films as of recently. The one hour fifty-nine minute film is shot as if it were one single take. Through editing magic, this illusion of...

The Mandalorian Review: Good Job Disney+

The Mandalorian Review: Good Job Disney+

Aidan Herklotz, Mr. Star Wars
February 12, 2020

Everybody’s been saying that The Mandalorian is the best thing to come out of Disney’s Star Wars. I’d have to say that it’s pretty damn close, and I really like it. Yes, I know I’ve already written...

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High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: The Review

Miguel Alves, Editor
January 21, 2020

DISCLAIMER: Ahead are potential spoilers for the first season of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Despite my friends’ best wishes, I caved and decided to watch High School Musical: The...

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Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season 2 Review

Musa Jabbour
December 17, 2019

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, an original series on Amazon Prime, is about Jack Ryan, an analyst who is given the opportunity to be a part of a task force that brings down terrorists and later reveals the...

Lord Snowdon, Lady Bird Johnson, Princess Margaret and the United States president Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House on 17 November 1965

The Crown: Season 3 Review

Stratis Bohle
December 5, 2019

Ever since it was announced that the cast of The Crown would be changing every two seasons to account for aging with the characters, fans have had slight reservations as to how the show would continue...

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