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Top 5 Graphic Novels

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

Filed under Culture

There are many things to read, but what’s most interesting to me is the graphic novel genre. Other than art, the story is always interesting and well written. Here are my favorites.

Furious 7 Review

James Cravatas '18, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

Filed under Culture, Showcase

One of the year's biggest and most expensive movies receives high marks from movie critics.

10 Tips to be a Better Student

Brandon Robles '18

April 7, 2015

Filed under Culture, Showcase

1. DO YOUR HOMEWORK. I'll be honest, this is the most simple thing to do if you are falling behind. It’s not that hard. But if it is…. 2. TALK TO YOUR TEACHER. School will be rough on you every once in a while. To those of you wh...

Who am I?

Unknown Writer

March 13, 2015

Filed under Culture

Sitting on the dark leather chair with her mid-sized chair she wonders, who am I? The girl with the very dark eyes The girl who never likes to cry She wants to become not be one of a sum She's just lost But she's not someone...

Chasing Perfection

Unknown Writer

March 13, 2015

Filed under Culture, Showcase

Thinking which way's up, which way's down Trying your best not to looks like a clown Thinking about life as peace and harmony just like an ordinary wannabe So much stuff, can't be minimized almost impossible to get organized So...

Remember Dr. King

Remember Dr. King

March 10, 2015

Videogames at Central

Jeremiah Jimenez '18

February 13, 2015

Filed under Central, Culture, Showcase

Haven’t you ever wondered what is the most used and bought game system? Game system can bring family and friends together, teach "gamers" how to use these strategies, and it can even be used in many different ways for entertainment....

“Ultraviolence” and “Title” Review

Anushka Zaman '16, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

Filed under Culture, Showcase

One’s underground and the other is mainstream. There’s a girl that is known for showing etiquette class. All the “hipsters” praise her laid-back stance.

Leonetti’s Annabelle Is a Nightmare Worth Having

Kimberly Navas '18, Culture Editor

October 10, 2014

Filed under Culture, Showcase

"John R. Leonetti has managed to bring a spine-chilling, nightmare-inducing film to the big screen once again."

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