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“Stranger Things” Season Two Leaves Us Needing Even More

Story by Sienna Riley, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Reviews

*SPOILER ALERT. DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU ARE NOT CAUGHT UP AND ARE WANTING TO ACTUALLY WATCH THE SHOW. You’ve been warned.* Ever since Netflix’s original series Stranger Things hit the scene in 2016, fans of the show could hardly wait for a season two of the sci-fi thriller (me being one of them)....

The Fashion in Flag Football

The Fashion in Flag Football

Story by Taylor Rudman

November 8, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

All of the teams played valiantly during the Homecoming flag football games after school last Friday. Blood, sweat and tears were shed. One student was taken away from the field on a golf cart with ice in hand. After hours of anticipation, the student teams beat the teachers in the final match. So sure,...

“The Walking Dead:” Episode 803 “Monster”

“The Walking Dead:” Episode 803 “Monster”

Story by Ian Broadbooks and Jack Read

November 6, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, The Walking Dead, Top Stories

AMC’s The Walking Dead, returned last Sunday with the third installment of the season, “Monster.” This time the survivors continue their offensive on Negan and the Saviors. Warning, SPOILER ALERT! The episode is a direct continuation of last week, seeing Rick (Andrew Lincoln) come face to face...

Battle of the Bands: Lizzie Waters

Battle of the Bands: Lizzie Waters

Story by Nadia Ballard, Humor Editor

November 3, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Today, senior Lizzie Waters performed in front of the PAC. Playing guitar and singing her heart out, she gave a splashing performance accompanied by Dylan Herrera, from the band The Elements, on drums. She only stopped once to take a sip of water, true to her name, and then continued on singing origi...

“The Babysitter” Is Full of Gore and Cliches

“The Babysitter” Is Full of Gore and Cliches

Story by Savannah Feuling, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, Top Stories

If you’re a fan of violent comedy and Bella Thorne, “The Babysitter” may just be the perfect new movie for you. Added to Netflix’s long list of original movies on Oct. 13, the movie captures (presumably accurately) what it’s like to have a babysitter who also happens to be the leader of high...

Halloween Hacks and Crafts!

Halloween Hacks and Crafts!

Story by Drew Atkins and Amelia Kaiser

November 1, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories, Video

Drew and Amelia hook you guys up with some sweet "Tissue Ghosts" that you could make yourself.

You’ll Go Loco for “Coco”

You’ll Go Loco for “Coco”

Story by Jasmine Flores, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

“Coco” is about a young Mexican boy named Miguel who dreams of becoming a professional musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz, his great great grandpa. The movie takes place in the land of the dead where all our loved ones go after they die. As Miguel explores more about the land of the dead,...

King Krule Brings a New, Darker Tone with his Album “The Ooz”

King Krule Brings a New, Darker Tone with his Album “The Ooz”

Story by Taylor Gates, Features Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Archy Marshall's new album “The Ooz” is atmospheric jazz and alternative rock mixed, but is without a doubt the recognizable style of “King Krule.” The album made its debut earlier this month, and is a deeply emotional depiction of Marshall’s quarter life crisis at age 23. It is written at...

“The Walking Dead:” Episode 802 “The Damned”

“The Walking Dead:” Episode 802 “The Damned”

Story by Ian Broadbooks and Jack Read

October 30, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, The Walking Dead, Top Stories

AMC’s “The Walking Dead” returned Sunday night after a strong start to season 8 last week. Episode 2, titled “The Damned,” sees the main group continuing their conquest on The Saviors outposts. WARNING: Spoilers ahead! The episode follows four different teams of survivors who are each attacking...

“The Walking Dead” Still Going Strong After 100 Episodes

“The Walking Dead” Still Going Strong After 100 Episodes

Story by Ian Broadbooks and Jack Read

October 27, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews, The Walking Dead, Today at SDA

The long awaited 100th episode and Season 8 premiere of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” aired last Sunday at 9:00pm Pacific Standard time. The show picks up shortly after last year’s hopeful conclusion, where The Hilltop, Kingdom, and Alexandria, finally joined forces to fight against Negan’s army...

Miss Lauryn Hill and Nas Collaborate for “Powernomics” Concert

Story by Nohemia Rosales, Features Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Miss Lauryn Hill and Nas teamed up to do a tour which they labeled “Powernomics” after a book regarding the racial economic differences in America. The tour came to SDSU on October 3. The concert consisted of several black artists joining together to donate to about 44 charities. Although comedian...

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