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Playlist of the Week: Galentine’s Day

Nicole Manall, Opinion Editor
February 14, 2019

Grab your best girlfriends and celebrate Galentine’s Day with this playlist of awesome ladies. Light On - Maggie Rogers This track shows that Maggie Rogers knows the importance of staying true to herself and her sound. Honey - Kehlani Kehlani is a great pop star who shines best unplugged. “Honey” is an acoustic delight that showcases just that. High Horse - Kacey Musgraves “High...

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App of the Week

Anna Downs, Entertainment Editor
February 13, 2019

This week we are focused on a practical app. Genius Scan is an app that allows you to easily scan documents, photos, receipts, and more, into your phone within seconds. This app may be helpful to college students who need to easily keep track of handouts or who need to study on the go without having to carry around books. The app allows you to scan only the pages you need and save them as a JPG or...

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Re-capping the 61st Grammy Awards

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief
February 13, 2019

Fifteen-time Grammy award winner Alicia Keys hosted the 61st Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10. Camila Cabello opened the award show, bringing a taste of “West Side Story,” with her stage set up. Keys, during her opening remarks, brought up Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Lopez, and surprised the crowd with former first lady, Michelle Obama, to speak about the importance of music in...

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Gryphons & Gargoyles Take Over “Riverdale”

Karina Krul, Editor-in-Chief
February 13, 2019

The third season of the popular CW show “Riverdale” returned to television after two seasons of suspense and plot-twists. With the mystery of Jason Blossom’s killer gone and the Black Hood caught and arrested, the third season came with a new mysterious focus: Gryphons and Gargoyles (G&G). Season three shows the town of Riverdale in a G&G craze, with everyone taking orders from its...

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Playlist of the Week: New Year, New Me

Nicole Manall, Opinion Editor
February 6, 2019

Keep working on those New Year’s resolutions with this workout playlist! Sicko Mode - Travis Scott feat. Drake – If ‘Astroworld’ is Travis Scott’s theme park, then Sicko Mode is the main attraction. The three songs in one can make anyone want to get up and go for a run. Mo Bamba - Sheck Wes – This song may seem a bit underwhelming at first listen for some, but after a couple...

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Eilish Announces New Album Release Date

AJ Greene, Staff Writer
February 6, 2019

At the age of 17, Billie Eilish has accomplished quite a bit for herself. In only three years, she has become one of the most unique pop stars of our current era.  Bursting onto the scene with the single “Ocean Eyes” back in Nov. 2015, which has since has gone platinum (along with her Khalid collaboration, “Lovely”), she has made her mark with a minimalist, moody sound. It seems to really...

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