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Deceit lurks during winter holiday season

Santa, an imaginary man with a red outfit lined with white fur and a bag of presents, is widely known in Christmas traditions.

Ben Hamilton, Reporter

December 3, 2019

With Thanksgiving officially over and the leftovers slowly rotting in the fridge, it is time to talk about Santa. More specifically, that fact that he does not exist. Shocking as it may seem to the four-year-olds reading this article, Santa can not travel across the entire world in one night, stuffing...

Many streaming services flood entertainment industry

Senior Ethan Krese watches

John Yun, News/Web Editor

November 22, 2019

With a click of an app, students no longer have to spend extra money and energy to drive to the theater but are able to pick and choose whatever movie they would like at any time. With the release of Disney Plus on Nov. 12, consumers now have greater access to content that Netflix can not provide such...

Ford v Ferrari races into theaters

The poster for Ford v Ferrari hangs outside the movie theater.

Ben Rosen, Reporter

November 16, 2019

Matt Damon (Carroll Shelby) and Christian Bale (Ken Miles) star in Ford V Ferrari. The movie is based on a true story about Ford trying to dethrone Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The rivalry begins in 1963 when Ford Vice President Lee Lacocca, played by Jon Bernthal, convinces Ford to attempt to...

‘Last Christmas’ last film you should see this holiday season

The poster for

Ben Grantonic, Assistant web/news editor

November 9, 2019

"Last Christmas" is a British romantic comedy about Kate, played by Emilia Clark, a depressed 26-year-old shop assistant who just survived a major heart surgery. While at work one day Kate meets Tom, played by Henry Golding, a manic, fun loving dogooder. What follows for the majority of the plot is stereotypical...

Women and sports broadcasting

1999 FIFA Women's World Cup Hero Brandi Chastain doing an interview during a 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup Game

Ben Rosen, Reporter

September 4, 2019

Beth Mowins and Jessica Mendoza are the only two prominent female sports broadcasters that I can think of that do onsite play by play or color commentary of a sporting event. That number not including sideline reporters. Both Mowins and Mendoza work for ESPN. This should change. There needs to be more...

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