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Review – Avengers: Infinity War

Review – Avengers: Infinity War

Kevin Wang

May 6, 2018

Warning: this article contains an infinite number of spoilers from the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The Avengers “Me personally, I have a lot to lose,” Rocket said. *loses everything* Marvel’s finally getting dark and grim! Hooray! To recap the heart-wrenching massacre of Marvel sup...

Bachelor Recap: Week Seven

Bachelor Recap: Week Seven

Abby Mitty

February 16, 2018

Hello, Bachelor Nation! It’s week seven, and with only seven girls remaining and hometowns next week, things were bound to get intense real quick in Tuscany! If you’re not sure what hometowns are, it's the week where Arie will get to meet the families of the final four girls. Also, if you missed...

Review: The Shape of Water

Review: The Shape of Water

Emma Nallet

January 26, 2018

Warning: this article contains some considerable spoilers. “The Shape of Water” breathes life into Guillermo Del Toro’s cinema, with its poignant romance, its increasing thrill and its persistent questioning of perspective. At first sight, this new film seems to be a classical tale. But don'...

Review: Wonder

Review: Wonder

Julia Callini, Reporter

January 16, 2018

Auggie Pullman was born with a facial deformity that prevented him from going to a mainstream school. His mom had homeschooled him until now. Auggie is about to start fifth grade at Beecher Prep. Being the new kid is hard enough, but Auggie’s differences make it even harder. When his family, friend...

Review: Happy Death Day

Review: Happy Death Day

Christos Belibasakis

December 13, 2017

*Spoiler alert!* Happy Death Day, directed by Christopher B. Landon, delivers viewers a darker version of the 1993 cult classic Groundhog Day. Jessica Roth plays Tree Gelbman, a self-centered sorority sister. Tree wakes up hungover in a dorm room on her birthday and quickly departs, going on with the...

Emma Goes Clubbing: Art Club

Emma Goes Clubbing: Art Club

Emma Marton

December 6, 2017

When I first entered the art club, I felt a pressure... a pressure to create. The pressure wasn’t coming from the members of the club – if anything, they were very kind and the whole time, they assured me that I didn’t need to do anything special. I felt, however, that once I’d entered that ...

Emma Goes Clubbing: You ain’t never had an ally like me

Emma Goes Clubbing: You ain’t never had an ally like me

Emma Marton

December 4, 2017

For my first blog post, I had decided to visit a club I’d never been to before. For this one, I thought it’d be cool to let you guys see a club I’ve visited almost every week for my entire high school career. And that’s the Alliance club. What makes it really hard to write about this club...

Review: Geostorm

Review: Geostorm

Jay Abdella

October 28, 2017

Geostorm by Dean Devlin brings us another natural disaster fanfare with all your favorite explosions and extreme weather ripping the entire globe apart. Gerard Butler plays Jake Lawson, the hot-headed architect of “Dutch Boy," which is a global space station designed to counteract extreme weather....

Opinion: 13 Reasons Why I Don’t Recommend Watching 13 Reasons Why

Opinion: 13 Reasons Why I Don’t Recommend Watching 13 Reasons Why

Lucy Hughes

June 15, 2017

I started watching 13 Reasons Why because my friends told me to. “You have to watch it,” they told me. “Why?” I’d ask, “Is it that good?” “No, it is not good, but it is something you have to watch,” they would reply. “You have to watch it because it teaches about suicidal students...

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2

Matt Karle

June 14, 2017

James Gunn’s second installment to his successful “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise falls somewhat short of its predecessor’s unique charm, but through its impressive effects, entertaining action sequences and light-hearted sense of humor, it still provides a fun film for audiences looking ...

Review: Common Cafe and Kitchen

Review: Common Cafe and Kitchen

Aimee LaRochelle

May 16, 2017

The first things you see when you walk into the aesthetically pleasing Common Cafe and Kitchen (the former Bakery on the Common) are laptops, children, and coffee. The once homey cafe went through a major transformation in fall of 2016 that has turned it into a chic, modern, and polished bistro. The...

Review: “Just So”

Review: “Just So”

Meg Trogolo

November 18, 2015

WSPN's Meg Trogolo reviews this year's fall musical, "Just So".

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