Book Review: The Catcher in the Rye

By Delia Burke, Staff Writer   *Spoiler Warning*                                                      The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is an intriguing, symbolic novel that’s filled with unexpected twists and turns. The story

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Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever Concert

By Parker Reed, Staff Writer In the pouring rain storm outside the Prudential Center on February 22, myself and 20,000 fans waited in anticipation to see Billie Eilish. Ironically, we recreated Billie Eilish’s beloved “Happier Than Ever” music video by screaming the lyrics into the chilling rain, just like she did when shooting what is

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Book Review: Good Omens

By Maggie Heenan, Staff Writer If you’re a fan of the wildly absurd, this book was made for you. Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens is the perfect blend of satirical comedy and well-crafted storytelling. The book itself is based around the story of Aziraphele and Crowley, an angel and a demon both living

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Book Review: Salem’s Lot

By Charlie DePoala, Staff Writer Throughout my reading experiences, Stephen King as an author has rarely failed me, and Salem’s Lot is no exception. Taking place in a backwater town in Maine, Salem’s Lot tells the story of Ben Mears, an author who returns to his childhood home to write about the nightmares of his

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Six Films For Every Mood

By Julia Crofton, Staff Writer Movies To… …Tweet About! Gone Girl A psychological thriller about the sudden disappearance of Nick Dunne’s wife, in which he finds himself as a prime suspect during the search to find her. Directed: by David Fincher in 2014 Starring: Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck  Rating: R Trigger Warnings: Violence, Domestic

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Book Review: The Secret History

The Secret History by Donna Tartt follows the story of Richard Papen, the ultimate pathetic, male-manipulator who transfers to an isolated New England college. Richard quickly becomes wrapped up with the exclusive Greek program and it’s tightly-knit members. Of these members, include Julian Morrow- the terrifyingly influential Greek professor with a flare for the dramatic,

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