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Dr. Dre is finally back

Dr. Dre is finally back

Grester Celis-Acosta
August 19, 2015
Filed under Campus Life, Reviews

Kept you waiting long? After 16 years of waiting, Dr. Dre has finally released an album, but not Detox. Dre has instead released "Compton The Soundtrack". This album is not only great, but the album yells west coast from start to finish. "Compton The Soundtrack" has a total of 16 tracks, one... Read more »

Straight Outta Resurrected

Straight Outta Resurrected

Grester Celis-Acosta, Managing Editor
August 19, 2015
Filed under Campus Life, Reviews

Straight Outta Compton? More like Straight Out Amazing. The old west coast hip-hop group NWA got a movie after 27 years of their first album released which is considered a classic due to its raw violent lyrics and the depiction of the reality that is Compton, California. The movie did a great job... Read more »

‘Jupiter Ascending’ scrapes bottom of barrel

Carlos Holguin
February 10, 2015
Filed under Arts, Reviews

A train wreck from start to finish, Jupiter Ascending reaches a level of awfulness that may just put it up for worst film of 2015, despite how early in the year it was released.The new film from the Wachoski duo, best known for their work on the Matrix trilogy, Ascending follows the story of Jupiter, ... Read more »

The top 25 Christmas movies of all time

The top 25 Christmas movies of all time

Katherine Grijalva
December 15, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Christmas is the season to get together, drink some hot cocoa and sit back and relax as the temperature drops.What better way to celebrate the holiday season than by watching some of the greatest Christmas movies of all time?From It's a Wonderful Life to Arthur Christmas, each movie has earned its respec... Read more »

Master Chief Collection really is ‘legendary’

Julien Galvan, Staff Writer
November 19, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

During the Microsoft press conference at E3 of 2014, 343 industries took the stage to make a special announcement. "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" was a title that made many gamers rejoice at its announcement, but did it meet its expectations? The Master Chief collection is a compilation of four... Read more »

‘Advanced Warfare’ takes risks that make game fun

Grester Celis-Acosta, Opinion Editor
November 19, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

  November is here again, and for most gamers that means it is Call of Duty season. This year Activision released its newest version on the blockbuster shooter called Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. And I've got to say, this game is a ton of fun. This newest Call of Duty brings many necessa... Read more »

Comikaze takes over Los Angeles

Comikaze takes over Los Angeles

Nicolette Aguirre, Associate Arts Editor
November 4, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks, Reviews

BANG! POW! ZING! Stan Lee’s Comikaze hit the Los Angeles Convention Center for three superb days. It began last Friday and ended Sunday, attracting three times as much people this year than last year, which had about 55,000 attendees. Comikaze is quickly expanding annually, not only with fans, but... Read more »

One Minute Movie Review | Gone Girl

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer
October 31, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews, Videos

Carlos is back again this week to bring you a One Minute Movie Review of Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher and starring Ben Affleck.

Hip hop artist ‘Logic’ hits gold with his first album

Grester Celis-Acosta, Opinion Editor
October 27, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Hip-hop artist Logic finally released his first ever studio album called Under Pressure, and it’s a pretty damn good album. There are a total of 15 songs on the album, and in all of them, Logic gives a variety of great rhyming schemes and with fast-paced lyrics. Listening to the album in chro... Read more »

Review: ‘Waiting for Lefty’ transcends time

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer
October 12, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Much like the set that the set the play is set on, "Waiting For Lefty" by Clifford Odets has some character to its looks, and it's that character that carries "Lefty" through both of its acts. While they may appear as flaws, or signs of age, the cracks and signs of stress are what defines the play.... Read more »

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