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[ALBUM REVIEW] Mendes makes album of the summer

[ALBUM REVIEW] Mendes makes album of the summer

Bobby Verhey, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


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With a third album, Shawn Mendes's style does not differ from that of his previous album, but he does not disappoint.

[TV REVIEW] HBO’s Barry is a hit

[TV REVIEW] HBO’s Barry is a hit

Rylan Hefner, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018


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Barry on HBO is a comedic take on the story of a hit-man who takes up acting and attempts to distance himself from his old life.

[BOOK REVIEW] Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

[BOOK REVIEW] Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

Breandan Gibbons, The Rubicon TV: Executive Producer

May 3, 2018


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In his book, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett challenges fears and tries to start a conversation for change.

[ALBUM REVIEW] The Weeknd utilizes all his artistic talents to perfect “My Dear Melancholy,”

[ALBUM REVIEW] The Weeknd utilizes all his artistic talents to perfect “My Dear Melancholy,”

Michael Forsgren, Social Media Manager

April 11, 2018


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The popular Canadian artist, The Weeknd, has released another chart topper. This time he focuses on emotion rather stardom.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Cheesy and romantic, Love, Simon brings joy to the audience

[MOVIE REVIEW] Cheesy and romantic, Love, Simon brings joy to the audience

Sharee Roman, Photographer

April 2, 2018


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Love, Simon normalizes the love between an anonymous classmate named ‘Blue’ online and Simon Spier.

[APP REVIEW] HUJI Cam offers blast from the past with photo effects

[APP REVIEW] HUJI Cam offers blast from the past with photo effects

Flannery Enneking-Norton, RubicOnline Editor

March 30, 2018


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The app HUJI Cam allows users to take retro-style pictures. Not the most convenient to use, but definitely worth it for Instagrammable shots.

[APP REVIEW] Dunk Line rises to top free app by making logic fun

[APP REVIEW] Dunk Line rises to top free app by making logic fun

Bobby Verhey, Staff Writer

March 24, 2018


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The game in Dunk Line is perfect as it feels easy and hard at the same time.

[MOVIE REVIEW] What would spring be without Peter Rabbit?

[MOVIE REVIEW] What would spring be without Peter Rabbit?

Izzy Brooks, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


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The film is based off a children's book and involves a lot of childish and playful elements, but by incorporating well known actors and having the movie not fully animated, the film successfully can entertain audiences of all ages.

[FOOD REVIEW] Get Arby’s limited time Oreo bites while you can

[FOOD REVIEW] Get Arby’s limited time Oreo bites while you can

Tommy Stolpestad, Staff Writer

March 21, 2018


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The Oreo bites not only taste very good, but the smell is also very nice. The smooth texture and warm filling make every bite delicious.

[MUSIC REVIEW] Dear Annie runs Rejjie Snow through range of emotion

[MUSIC REVIEW] Dear Annie runs Rejjie Snow through range of emotion

Lynn Reynolds, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


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The album, released Feb. 12, starts happy and melodic, then evolves into melancholy and despair.

[FOOD REVIEW] The Hi-Lo Diner gets a Hi-score

[FOOD REVIEW] The Hi-Lo Diner gets a Hi-score

Rylan Hefner, Staff Writer

March 14, 2018


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One appetizer, three entrees and one Hi-Top, came to $65. It was plenty of food for three people with lots of leftovers.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Every Day offers typical romance transformed

[MOVIE REVIEW] Every Day offers typical romance transformed

Eloise Duncan, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018


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A was played by a total of fifteen people. Even though there are obvious differences in the people, they were able to keep the mindset and personality of A constant throughout the movie.

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