Review: Escape The Quest
BY KENDYL COUNTS Finding yourself in a locked, windowless room with cryptic messages scattered about sounds like the setting of a pretty standard nightmare. Though slightly more frightful than delightful, those that love a good thrill may be willing to tackle the chilling challenge presented by Escape the Quest.... Read more
Unpopular Opinions: Nickelback, An Examination of the Finest Musical Artists of the Decade
SOURCE: SKYLER-JONES BOXWELL BY: NOAH CASTAGNA Defined as “the act of willfully allowing one’s ears to bleed” by Urban Dictionary, Nickelback is perhaps one of the most hated rock bands of all time. Misguided critical attention has plagued the group since their debut, with many pointing out their lazy... Read more
When Diversity Faces Adversity
BY: SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL With the release of the latest Star Wars film, fans everywhere were eagerly anticipating a dramatic adventure to reflect the success of the previous movies. But when they came face-to-face with the movie on the big screen, the diversity of the main cast proved to be... Read more
Why How I Met Your Mother’s Ending Was Terrible (Spoiler Warning)
BY SOPHIA WENGIER How I Met Your Mother is a popular sitcom that aired for nine seasons with interesting characters and comedy, mixed with important themes about life and love.  While I could go on about the wonderfulness of this show, my greatest regret is my decision to watch... Read more
Hillary Refuses to Debate the Burns
BY: SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL   With members of both political parties racing to gain enough delegates to become their party’s nominee for the General Election, tensions have been running high as debate after debate spurs voters to determine who will participate in the upcoming election. One such controversy with these... Read more
Star Wars Current Canon: The Clone Wars
BY CHRISTINA RIVERO   Throughout the years Star Wars has made a huge impact in the pop culture industry. With the announcement of the sequels, a few alterations were made to the universe. Well, maybe more than a few, but these changes called for more than just a (much... Read more
Irrational Childhood Fears
BY SOPHIA WENGIER While discussing my childhood with a friend, I came to the realization that many of this generation grew with the same or similar irrational fears and thoughts as one another.  Although everyone knows about the standard boogeyman, monster under the bed, and clown fears, there are... Read more
Wonders of the Universe
  BY SOPHIA WENGIER In a universe as colossal and boundless as this one, there are infinite possibilities for what will be discovered. With the wonders of our own galaxy and even this planet being vastly unexplored, scientists have barely scratched the surface of the perplex and immeasurable greatness... Read more
Where Did All the Cows Go?
BY: KENDYL COUNTS Driving down stirling road, it’s not uncommon for native Cooper City residents to be overtaken with feelings of nostalgia and loss. Where there were once chain-link fences encircling green pastures where cows grazed are now legions of bulldozers and their mountainous piles of dirt. With the... Read more
How Many Seasons are too Many?
BY DARIAN SABLON Be it a comedy, crime drama or talk show, everyone has that special show, the one that’s on every Friday at 8 p.m. and makes one giddy with happiness. Personally, mine was the crime drama The Mentalist, every Sunday at 10 p.m., and after 7 seasons... Read more