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Movie Monday: First Man

Movie Monday: First Man

David Campbell, Sports Editor

November 5, 2018

From the moment I walked into Plymouth Mann Cinema Theater 12, I knew I was in for a real treat with the movie First Man.

Book review: Kobe Bryant; The Mamba Mentality; How I Play

Book review: Kobe Bryant; The Mamba Mentality; How I Play

Gianni Tejada, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2018

Ever since I really started liking the NBA, Kobe Bryant was always one of my favorite players, after hearing just a small percentage of the stories in this book I admired his work ethic. When I think about Kobe, the first thing that comes to mind is dedication, and that’s what a lot of his new book, The Mamba Mentality: How I Play, is about.

Album Review: twenty one pilots – Trench

Album Review: twenty one pilots – Trench

Mason Arneson, Variety Editor

October 16, 2018

I must admit that I was somewhat skeptical of Trench. The fifth album in the twenty one pilots discography would have to follow up the mega-popular Blurryface, which was the first number one album for the duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun.

BOOvie Monday: Paranormal Activity and Halloweentown

Sam Buttress and Julia Fromstein

October 15, 2018

The worst horror movie I’ve ever seen was “Paranormal Activity”. I saw it when I was fifteen, and all I knew about it at the time was that it had a whole slew of sequels so I figured it must be at least a little interesting or scary or fun.

Album Review: Young Sinatra IV

Album Review: Young Sinatra IV

Gianni Tejada, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2018

Logic has released his first Young Sinatra project since Young Sinatra: Welcome To Forever released in 2013. With Welcome to Forever being one of my favorite projects ever, I had high expectations for this album.

Movie Monday: Venom

Movie Monday: Venom

Nafi Soumare, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2018

When Sony Pictures announced that they would be introducing a solo film adaption to the famed Spider-Man villain Venom in May of 2017, they were met with excited responses. Ever since his meager introduction to the big screen in “Spider-Man 3” in 2007, fans have been eager to see a more accurate representation of the character.

Album Review: Brockhampton – iridescence

Mason Arneson, Variety Editor

September 26, 2018

The boys are back. After a breakout 2017, L.A. based boy band Brockhampton followed up their beloved Saturation series with their fourth studio album iridescence.

J-Cole lights up Target Center on KOD tour

J-Cole lights up Target Center on KOD tour

Mason Arneson, Variety Editor

September 21, 2018

On a chilly Wednesday night, J Cole and company managed to heat up the Target Center with a stirring set. Less than a month following the release of his fifth studio album, KOD, one of hip hop’s most popular acts, J Cole, announced that he would be embarking on his second arena tour in as many years.

Movie Monday: White Boy Rick

Movie Monday: White Boy Rick

Max Lacey, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2018

White Boy Rick is a true story about the childhood of Rick Wershe Jr., and how he became the youngest FBI informant and Michigan’s longest nonviolent offender at age 14.

Favorite songs of the summer

Favorite songs of the summer

Gianni Tejada, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018

This summer, many artists came out with projects, from Drake to Travis Scott to five 7-track EPs entirely produced by Kanye West, and many more. There have been lots of great songs that released this summer and The HHS Journalism Production class has compiled their favorites. Underneath each song choice is a reason it was a favorite. 

Review: Jack Ryan

Review: Jack Ryan

Sam Buttress, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018

Have you ever watched an episode of “The Office” and thought, “Yeah this is good, but it’d be much better if Jim was a CIA officer and instead of pranking Dwight he hunted down a terrorist mastermind,”? Amazon’s new series “Jack Ryan” may not scratch that itch exactly, but it’s by far the closest we’re going to get.  

It’s never the boyfriend

Olivia Cohen, News Editor

September 11, 2018

In the era we find ourselves living in, word travels fast. So fast when an event occurs in the news, within hours, even minutes of its occurance, a slew of news articles are already on the scene reporting it. So when the media broke and let the news spill of Mac Miller's death, a river of reports, stories, theories and comments were already being made.

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