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Overall, To All the Boys: Always and Forever is a well-crafted ending to Lara Jean and Peter’s story. It was heartwarming to watch, and a great way to spend a relaxing evening.  If you’re looking for a teenage romance to lift your spirits, To All the Boys: Always and Forever is for you.

[MOVIE REVIEW] To All the Boys: Always and Forever leaves audiences with ambiguous happily ever after

Eliana Mann, Staff Writer February 26, 2021
Condor and Centineo’s chemistry is yet again prominent in the third installment of this series. In any given scene they were in together, there was bound to be an adorable couple moment. Sure, sometimes they were cheesy, but they added to the film’s charm.
Valentine's themed treats are available through Feb. 23, but don't go in expecting to fall in love with the seasonal offerings.

[FOOD REVIEW] Dunkin’s Valentine’s Day specials will leave you heartbroken

Ali Browne, Staff Writer February 21, 2021
Prove me wrong by stopping at Dunkin' before the February specials go away on Feb. 23, or maybe resolve to get a Shamrock shake at McDonald's instead.
Through their parent’s problems, Moonee along with her friends seem to find a light in the darkness.

[FILM REVIEW] The Florida Project finds light in darkness

Anna Krebsbach, Staff Writer December 19, 2020
The Florida Project conveys a life that people forget exists: a life where not everything is given, and breakfast may or may not be available.
One of my favorite things about the restaurant was the balsamic vinegar and olive oil that you could grab to throw on your pizza and salad. The sour taste of the balsamic vinegar mixing with the savory pizza always made me puddle it on before I started eating.

[FOOD REVIEW] Punch Pizza: a great takeout experience

George Peltier, Staff Writer December 18, 2020
One of my favorite things about the restaurant was the balsamic vinegar and olive oil that you could grab to throw on your pizza and salad. The sour taste of the balsamic vinegar mixing with the savory pizza always made me puddle it on before I started eating.
From a scene in the Maze Runner's movie, Thomas and Newt plan what to do next .

[MOVIE REVIEW] The Beauty of Maze Runner

Zadie Martin, Staff Writer December 18, 2020
The Maze Runner film trilogy has captured the young adult audience.
Taylor and her producers, Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff, play their album in the same room together for the first time after producing Folklore from their own homes amid stay-at-home orders.

[FILM REVIEW] Taylor Swift’s Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions reveals intimate side, production challenges during pandemic

Clara McKoy, Staff Writer December 17, 2020
About four months following the release of Folklore, it’s concert film- esque documentary came out on Disney+.
What should schools really be doing to have racial equality?

[PODCAST REVIEW] Nice White Parents brings light to school system issues

McKinley Garner, Staff Writer December 17, 2020
The racial achievement gap in schools is not a new topic, but the podcast, Nice White Parents, sheds light on it.
Ctrl is an album with personal, relatable lyrics, created by an artist with star power talent.

[ALBUM REVIEW] SZA’s new song sparks interest in past music

Hobbs Lillygreen, Staff Writer December 16, 2020
The new release of "Hit Diffrent," by SZA and Ty Dolla $ign bring up SZA's past album ctrl.
Casie hugs Sam after he has had a hard day.

[TV REVIEW] Atypical, an atypical show

Carys Hardy, Staff Writer December 16, 2020
Overall, Atypical is a warm and heartfelt show, with almost constant comedy that will make viewers want to keep watching.
The iPhone 12 was released just a few months ago, but it's already gaining plenty of popularity.

[TECH REVIEW] Does the iPhone 12 live up to the rest?

Henri Peltier, Staff Writer December 15, 2020
On the surface, the 12 doesn't seem much of an upgrade for iPhone, but looking closer at the features, that's a perspective worth reconsidering.
What do students look for in their space movies? Action, adventure, and a lot of sci-fi.

To the moon and back: space themed movies stand the test of time

Maren Ostrem, Managing Editor December 15, 2020
Space-themed science fiction films have captured the imaginations of audiences young and old for over a hundred years.
These are the protagonists featured in Shonen Jump, a weekly manga magazine.

[TRENDING REVIEW] Anime increases in popularity during pandemic

Claire Kim, Staff Writer December 14, 2020
Both novice and experienced viewers can find something to enjoy as new episodes continue to release across a variety of shows.
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