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The Problem with “To All the Boys I Loved Before”

The Problem with “To All the Boys I Loved Before”

Sean Kim, Chief Video Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Digital Display, Movies, Opinion

It's a pretty good time to be an Asian-American. With hit movies such as Crazy Rich Asians along with a slew of smaller movies and TV shows such as Searching, Columbus and Fresh Off the Boat, Asians are getting the well-deserved Hollywood representation the community has been yearning. Of course...

Eighth Grade

Eighth Grade

Moriah Lotsoff, Reporter

October 1, 2018


Filed under Movies

Eighth Grade, written and directed by YouTuber and comedian Bo Burnham, is a nostalgic and awkward reminder of our middle school days. The film, which was released on July 13, 2018, focuses on Kayla Day (played by Elsie Fischer), a quiet, shy and insecure teenage girl finishing her last weeks of eig...

Share Sweet

Share Sweet

Siddhi Narayan and Rachel Liang

September 27, 2018


Filed under Food, Reviews

Good news for sweet toothed-individuals and die-hard bubble-tea fans: You can now head over to cafe Share Sweet, located on Olive Boulevard, for an indulging experience. Share Sweet opened doors on Aug. 3. It is owned by Jennifer Chen and Horace Tang, a couple that loves traveling, food and trying new th...

Hollywood’s “Acceptable” POC

Hollywood’s “Acceptable” POC

Danny Choo-Kang, Reporter

September 25, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Digital Display, Movies, Opinion

Hollywood succeeds enormously at making money and garnering society’s attention. One thing Hollywood frequently fails at, however, is including diversity in its films. While audiences have recently been able to see more diversity on screen, the film industry clearly has a long ways to go. In addition...

PEEL: Wood Fired Pizza

PEEL: Wood Fired Pizza

Richard Cheng, Senior Managing Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Food, Reviews

America loves pizza as universally as apple pie. I’m no different; pizza has remained my top comfort food since I’ve been able to feed myself. So naturally, when I learned there was a new pizza restaurant in downtown Clayton, I was eager to try it out. Owners Patrick Thirion and Brandon Case began...

Fantasy Movie League

Fantasy Movie League

Camille Curtis, Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Reviews

  Fantasy Movie League is an up and coming competitive, cinema app. It may have caught your eye in the advertisements before films at your local theater. It is often wondered if this app is as great as the commercials claim. I can truly say, this app is wonderful! The app features a simple inter...

Movie Preview for the Summer

Movie Preview for the Summer

Hongkai Jiang and Victor Wei

May 14, 2018


Filed under Movies

Solo: A Star Wars Story May 25 th Sci-fi, Adventure. This movie is about Han Solo’s background as a young pilot. Many years before joining the Rebellion, Han Solo meets Chewbacca, his future copilot, along with Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover) and Kira (Emilia Clarke). The movie follows their ad...

Skrizzly Adams

Skrizzly Adams

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

May 13, 2018


Filed under Music, People

If you haven’t heard of him yet, you’ll surely hear of him soon. Skrizzly Adams is an up and coming Americana rock artist who has produced some fantastic songs, and has a lot more in store for us. He has released two major projects, ‘Stains - EP’ and ‘Atlantic City - EP’, and he also has s...

KOD – J. Cole

KOD – J. Cole

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under Digital Display, Music, Reviews

“KOD” is the fifth Studio Album from the North Carolinian rapper J. Cole who is famously known for going back to back platinum without features on his previous two albums, “2014 Forest Hills Drive” and “4 Your Eyez Only”.   He continues the trend of no features on “KOD” by only featu...

The Sciences – Sleep

The Sciences – Sleep

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under Digital Display, Music, Reviews

The heavy metal trio from California surprised listeners with a new album release after a 20 year hiatus. The group themselves even stated in an interview with NPR in 2014 that they doubted they would record again after the copious legal issues of their 1998 album “Dopesmoker”, but they did say if they were t...

Bright: A Netflix Newbie

Bright: A Netflix Newbie

Cody Krutzsch, Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Movies

Was Netflix's first attempt at a blockbuster film a successful one? The company’s new movie, Bright, with a budget of $90 million, was no small project. The movie’s director David Ayer had tackled projects of this magnitude before, but never one without a movie theater release. The mishmash story...

The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

Richard Cheng, Senior Managing Editor

March 6, 2018


Filed under Movies

The Shape of Water, one of 2017’s most acclaimed films, is a monster movie, a fairy tale, and overall a successful film. The movie, set during the Cold War, begins when a amphibious, semi-human beast, referred to as “The Asset,” is captured and hauled into a Baltimore government research facility. Richard...

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