Review: Get Out
BY CASSIDY NOWOSAD Get Out is a comedy horror movie directed by Jordan Peele best known for his Comedy Central show Key and Peele. One defining achievement this movie held is it was the fastest Blumhouse title to hit 100 million dollars, the low budget and relatively unknown main... Read more
The Quiver: Boy Builds Mediocre Sandcastle, Disappoints Parents
BY NOAH CASTAGNA Two Florida parents are reportedly looking into giving their child up for adoption after he built an amateur sandcastle on a trip to the beach the weekend prior. The Williams family had planned the trip to the beach to bring their family closer over the beloved... Read more
Review: Cream
BY SOPHIA WENGIER After making the trip to Weston, you come across your destination, and a large banner with the words “Grand Opening” catches your eye.  A crowd of hungry customers stand in a line that goes out the door, anxiously waiting to find out what all the excitement... Read more
Review: The Space Between Us
BY CASSIDY NOWOSAD The Space Between Us is a unique view on sci-fi romance, however this is one of the few things going for it. The plot is about a boy named Gardner living his whole life on Mars due to his mother dying while giving birth to him... Read more
Review: Moana
BY CASSIDY NOWOSAD I think most people will agree that the last Disney princess movie Frozen was overplayed and a bit overrated. However, the new Disney princess movie Moana is very well created and offers a unique storyline created by Ron Clements and John Musker known for previous famous... Read more
Review: The Unfortunate Viewing of a Series of Unfortunate Events
BY DARIAN SABLON When I was a little kid, one of my absolute favorite book series was Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which tells the story of the three Baudelaire children, orphaned after a fire destroyed their house and killed their parents in the process. It was... Read more
Unpopular Opinions: Mint Chocolate is Just Toothpaste in Disguise
BY SOPHIA WENGIER The mint chocolate combination began in America in the early 1900’s in tea houses and diner halls.  Guests were handed mint sprigs and pieces of chocolate on their way out and told that it would aid their digestion and give them better breath. Frago Mints, one... Read more
BY SAVANNAH KEYSER Everyone who lives in Florida knows the spine-chilling feeling of crawling out of bed and throwing on a t-shirt and a pair of shorts, only to step out the front door and be hit in the face with air that is below 70 degrees. The cold... Read more
Review: Good Pie Company
BY NUHA ISLAM Driving down University Drive past the massive Super Target, a brightly colored tie dye bench will draw the attention of drivers and passengers alike. The eye-catching little advertisement directs folks to an unassuming shop across the street; a humble little pie shop known as the Good... Read more
BY TAMARAH WALLACE While most may say that 2016 was an interesting and sometimes deplorable addition to the history books, we can all agree that the year was home to a great selection of music. From pop and alternative to rap and R&B, artists showed us the sound of... Read more