Review: Last Train To Paris
BY MATT LIBANOFF The newest venture of Hip-Hop mogul Diddy cannot be described in one word. It cannot even be described in 10,000 words. No, Diddy’s newest album, Last Train to Paris, can never be fully analyzed because it is one the most complex, creative, and advanced concepts to... Read more
Review: Inception DVD
BY JACK BRADY Inception aims to replicate the surreal thrill and utter impossibility of the world’s we create in our dreams, yet it is essentially a dream itself:  you’ll have trouble remembering it when it’s over. The Film follows the heists of a group of thieves called “extractors” that... Read more
Review: Rock of Ages
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN The 1980s saw a generation defined by the sex, drugs, and rock and roll mentality.  The rock music created in this infamous decade has touched the lives of many Americans and is the driving force behind Broadway’s latest hit, Rock of Ages, which came down to... Read more
I Do…. Not Recognize You: Bridalplasty Reveals America’s Obsession With Plastic Surgery
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY Standing in front of the full-length mirror, a bride prepares to make the ultimate commitment. She’s sure she’s ready, she knows it’s her time, and now the only thing left to do is get into her gown. The bride waits anxiously, her hands trembling at the... Read more
Aspiring Writers Get Creative With Figment
BY ALYSSA FISHER In a technology-filled world obsessed with Facebook posting, tweeting and video gaming, many worry about the fate of literature. It’s becoming more common to see people’s noses in their laptops or smart phones rather than a book. To promote those who do wish to keep literature... Read more
It May Have Been A Thursday, But It Was An All Star Weekend
BY EMILY PERL The one hundred and fifty frenzied fans didn’t let the dropping temperature keep them from standing outside the Culture Room. Girls with homemade shirts and massive glittered posters dominated the crowd as they all waited anxiously for Allstar Weekend to arrive for their first headlining tour,... Read more
Fashion Forward: Even Floridians Need To Keep Warm
BY ALYSSA FISHER As Floridians, we easily grow tired of the usual, brutally hot and humid weather. Every winter, we yearn for a cold front to give us rosy cheeks and tousled hair. We dream of waking up to a white blanket of snow covering our yards and sparkling... Read more
Students Tumble for Tumblr
BY EMILY PERL After finding multiple pictures online, senior Thea Chesney logs on to her account. Once she is on her homepage, the possibilities are endless. From uploading a photo to reblogging a post, Chesney can post just about anything she desires. Once she picks out the perfect picture,... Read more
Review: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part One
BY BEATRICE DUPUY The end is near for Harry Potter, and for the fans, as the beloved movie series comes to a dramatic close. In the final installment of the Harry Potter series, Harry, Ron, and Hermione have left the comforts of Hogwarts to slowly take down Lord Voldemort.... Read more
Marc Sorrentino Sticks to the Plan
BY JESSICA WEAVER Months of non-stop practicing have led to one of the most important and memorable days of Stick to the Plan’s musical career, their first real gig at the Talent Farm in Pembroke Pines. Jumping onto the stage, the band’s fear quickly melted away as they began to... Read more