“Hallelujah” takes us to church: Panic! releases a new song

danna tabachnik, staff writer

April 23, 2015

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“The time for being sad is over.” Panic! At The Disco has finally released a new song. After the announcement of the departure of their drummer on April 2, the band is back at it, releasing a new song nearly two years after... Read more »

Paul Blart 2, terrible plot with poor acting

natalie ullman, staff writer

April 23, 2015

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Scriptwriters found a way to make a movie that’s worse than the original Paul Blart: Mall Cop movie. Unshockingly, it’s the sequel to that movie, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. The movie displays the same overweight,... Read more »

Flo Rida’s boring new music hits iTunes

michael gallagher, staff writer

April 8, 2015

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The rapper Flo Rida has released three new songs on iTunes as a preview for his slightly less than average album titled My House. Fortunately, for fans who plan on buying his new release, this seven song album will only... Read more »

Insurgent lives up to its predecessor

madison hart, staff writer

April 7, 2015

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Despite being yet another dystopian movie based toward a young adult audience, Insurgent finds original and compelling ways to keep the audience engaged from the opening scene to the ending credits. The Divergent series... Read more »

Kalin and Myles “Trampoline” fails to impress

madison hart, staff writer

April 1, 2015

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Despite previous success in songs such as "Love Robbery", Kalin and Myles Dedication EP is a repetitive album that falls under just about every generic pop stereotype,... Read more »

The community is united through those who help it

michael gallagher, staff writer

March 16, 2015

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Taking care of the town and those who live here is seen as important to some and can help leave a lasting impression. Showing pride in the school you attend, helping at the local church, and just showing care for others are... Read more »

Ready for red cards: parents need to stop coaching from the bleachers

March 16, 2015

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Parents who shout from the bleachers during high school sporting events should be put in the penalty box. They make remarks about bad plays, question coaching staff, or harass referees over calls. It’s time to take a stand and... Read more »