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La La Land and the Dangers of Fantasy
1 year ago

La La Land and the Dangers of Fantasy

In a year of many excellent films, one dud has risen to the top of the awards heap: Damien Chazelle’s nostalgia-soaked, Hollywood navel-gazing musical “La La Land,” which debuted …
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Book Review: “The Young Elites”

“The Young Elites” is a series of three novels set in Europe during the 1400s that follows a group of malfettos who, after the blood fever, are left with …
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Troye Sivan’s “Suburbia” Tour Wows

On October 21, at the Comerica Theater in Phoenix, hundreds of excited teenagers bustled around the theater, some waiting to buy merchandise, others already running towards their seats, pulling …
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Music is Healing: Our Florida Georgia Line Concert Experience
2 years ago

Music is Healing: Our Florida Georgia Line Concert Experience

Let’s talk about country music for a moment. While it is true that not everyone on campus is a country music fan, and in fact, it is probably the …
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Gregory’s “Arabian Nights” Prom Embraces Its Theme
2 years ago

Gregory’s “Arabian Nights” Prom Embraces Its Theme

Candles lit the Arabian-inspired room of the Five Palms Restaurant for the Gregory School’s 2016 prom. On the night of Saturday, April 2, Gregory students flooded the upstairs room …
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Review: Pima County’s Annual Carnival is More Than a Fair

It’s that time of the year.

No, no, it’s not the Christmas season. We have still got eight months to go until that comes. Neither is it for Easter. That’s …
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“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” Mildly Entertaining

It’s Lex Luthor’s big moment in one of the most divisive superhero movies ever made:

“And now, you will fly to him, and you will battle him to …
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New Star Wars Movie Comes Out This Week
3 years ago

New Star Wars Movie Comes Out This Week

Warm up the cash registers and the credit card readers. Get that popcorn pop, pop, popping.Make sure there are plenty of seats at the cinema, because “Star Wars: The Force …
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New Media Platform Gives Professional Athletes a Voice

Recently, many athletes have turned against the press and media that follow their careers constantly. However, in an effort to re-address the problem, some athletes are adopting a different …
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Jay-Z’s Tidal Makes Waves

Streaming music has become very popular these days and has revolutionized the music industry. It all started in 2005 when YouTube, a video site, came along. YouTube allowed the …
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Am I the DUFF of my friend group?

The new teen comedy “The DUFF,” based on a book with the same name, brought up a question I had never really asked myself: Am I the duff of my …
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Fifty Shades dominates the box office

“Fifty Shades of Grey” took the nation by storm over Valentine’s Day weekend. The novel written by E.L. James in 2011 was already a cultural phenomenon selling over 100 million …
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Tucson gets an alternative to dairy ice cream

On December 15th, Jeremy Shockley and Jennifer Newman have launched Tucson’s very first dairy-free ice cream parlor: Cashew Cow.

Cashew Cow offers healthy alternatives to ice cream, making all of …
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“Blackhat” disappoints
4 years ago

“Blackhat” disappoints

After seeing the previews for “Blackhat” in theaters, I was expecting that it would be a story about a genius hacker helping the government out while another hacker takes over …
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Downton Abbey review

The recent premiere of season five of “Downton Abbey,” the beloved television drama, has not disappointed the show’s American viewers. Created by Julian Fellows, the show first aired in the …
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“Parks and Recreation” remains the best show on TV

It’s been a while since viewers have last been able to see life in Pawnee, Indiana but two weeks ago NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” graced TV screens nationwide with their …
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Dystopian novels take over

It is human nature to strive for a perfect society. That is why the interest of today’s youth in dystopian novels is so fascinating. A dystopian novel is a book …
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Franco and Rogen’s “The Interview” sparks controversy

Over winter break, the cancellation and subsequent digital release of “The Interview” dominated headlines across America. “The Interview” is a comedic film that portrays an assassination attempt on North Korean …
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The Walking Dead S5 is best yet

The Walking Dead Season 5 has just started and it is one of the best seasons so far.

For those who don’t know what The Walking Dead is, it’s a …
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Grey’s Anatomy opens up with season 11

The season ten finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” ended with Cristina Yang’s (Sandra Oh) departure and the arrival of a new character, Margaret Pierce (Kelly McCreary). Yang left Grey Sloan Memorial …
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Taylor Swift and Spotify are never, ever getting back together

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek fired back at Taylor Swift following her contentious decision to pull all of her music from the popular streaming service. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, …
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New iPhone is bigger & better than ever

All the hype is back again for the new Apple iPhone, but is it really that great? Apple has announced their new iPhones and the new Apple Watch. Hype abounds …
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The Maze Runner Review: A-maze-ed by the movie

The Maze Runner, starring Dylan O’Brien (MTV’s Teen Wolf), is the story of a fearless teenager who changes everything in a dystopian future world. Sounds familiar, right? It is extremely …
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New streetcar increases public transportation use

On July 25, 2014, the brand-new Tucson “Sun Link” streetcar opened to 17,000 eager citizens excited to take their first ride. Covering 3.9 miles in Central Tucson, the streetcar route …
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Review: How to Get Away with Murder

Shonda Rhimes, writer of popular television shows “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” recently produced the new ABC hit “How to Get Away with Murder.” The show chronicles the trials and tribulations …
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Review: American Horror Story

The circus has long been revered as a source of fun entertainment for families and children across America, which only makes it more powerful as the theme of Ryan Murphy’s …
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