“Stranger Things 2” Deserves an 11 Out of 10

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

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After months of anticipation, Netflix released season two of the popular sci-fi show “Stranger Things” last month. The season opener got a lot of attention. According to Netflix, episode one—titled MADMAX—averaged a...

Edwardsville Lacks Food Diversity, Students Hope for Change

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

November 16, 2017

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College towns are known for their vibrant colors, diverse cultures and booming downtowns. Edwardsville never got the memo.   Edwardsville is home to one branch of Southern Illinois University, making it logical for...

‘El Internado’ Arrival Should Be Embraced

Joshua Perry, News Editor

October 26, 2017

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The shock of the new school year and the changes that came with it took a while for most to get over, but here are some who may still be recovering from trauma. Honors Spanish 3 students had their world turned upside-down when...

Fright Fest Attracts Halloween-Ready Students

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

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As Halloween approaches, students are taking every opportunity to partake in the festivities such as dressing up, visiting haunted mazes and indulging in candy corn.  One of the highlights of St. Louis’s Halloween celebration...

Upcoming October Movies

Devin Johnson, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

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As a month of killer clowns, Lego ninjas, and American assassins comes to an end, a new era begins. The big screen, though it excited some - month of September - disappointed others. Hopefully come October, film releases will...

Concerts Canceled in St. Louis Following Protests

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

September 21, 2017

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Chaos erupted in St. Louis over a recent court ruling, leading to two artists canceling their concerts and disappointing local fans. After white former-police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of murder charges in the death of black motorist Anthony Lamar Smith, protests e...

Upcoming October Movies

September 21, 2017

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By Devin Johnson   As a month of killer clowns, Lego ninjas, and American assassins comes to an end, a new era begins. The big screen, though it excited some - month of September - disappointed others.   ...

Don’t Go ‘It’ Alone

September 14, 2017

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“It,” directed by Andrés Muschietti, has been brilliantly and originally adapted into a film from the original 1,138 page Stephen King novel, published in 1986.   On a rainy night in the late 1980s, a little boy...

‘Tulip Fever’: Floral Disaster

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

September 14, 2017

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Under the right conditions, flowering plants thrive; in the case of “Tulip Fever,” it should have been left to wither. The film moseyed into theaters last weekend after a two year hold on its release: it boasted of three...

Strolling Through the Seiwa-En: An Overview of the Japanese Festival

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

September 7, 2017

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Foreign foods, enchanting music and thousands of years of culture to learn about were all present for the entire three-day weekend at the Missouri Botanical Garden for the annual Japanese Festival. Founded in 1977, it is "one...

St. Louis Concerts Spark Excitement

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

September 7, 2017

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  Local activities can seem limited, especially during the winter, but with the constant cycle of new and old faces returning to St. Louis stages, there’s an endless amount of new entertainment to enjoy.   Big...

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