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Justin Timberlake’s new album: Man of the Woods

Justin Timberlake’s new album: Man of the Woods

By Kennedy Marble

February 28, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Listen on YouTube Tired of old hits? “Cry Me a River”. JT is back.  It’s been around five years since his last album was released, and his newest album, Man of The Woods, was released on February 2.  He named the album after his son, Silas, whose name means man of the woods. In this album, as ...

Black Mirror reflects a not-so-distant future

Black Mirror reflects a not-so-distant future

By Tanner McCraney

February 22, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Charlie Brooker’s modern day twilight zone, Black Mirror, has explored every corner of the paranoia of a technologically controlled future, focusing mainly on its horrific repercussions. After three very successful seasons, Netflix revealed the fourth and arguably the best season on December 29, 2018. ...

Kelly’s Album of the Week: Stadium Arcadium

Kelly’s Album of the Week: Stadium Arcadium

By Kelly McBride

February 16, 2018


Filed under Audio, Entertainment

                  Listen on YouTube I’m kicking back up the Album of the Week with one of my favorite albums– Stadium Arcadium by Red Hot Chili Peppers. Stadium Arcadium is the ninth studio album by RHCP, and it captures the essence of their unique funk/rock style. The album is a 28 song masterpiece that does not...

“12 Strong” honors bravery, pays tribute to the American horse soldiers

“12 Strong” honors bravery, pays tribute to the American horse soldiers

By Stewart McCullough

February 6, 2018


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Anyone over the age of 20 knows where they were on September 11th, 2001. No one could even imagine that three hours on a routine September morning would write a chapter in American history. Those horrifying attacks of terrorism killed thousands of innocent people and began the ongoing war on terror. Some...

Stoop Kids bring a taste of New Orleans to Jackson

Stoop Kids bring a taste of New Orleans to Jackson

By Madeline Claire Hughes

February 2, 2018


Filed under Around Town, Entertainment, Features

Stoop Kids, a New Orleans based band, played at Duling Hall on January 26. Opening for them was Little Strange, a two-man duo, who originated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Isabelle McLeod and I went to this concert on a Friday. We had no clue what to expect from both of these bands because we...

Trivia app HQ popular among Prep students

Trivia app HQ popular among Prep students

By Alex Gibbs

February 1, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

In October 2017, creators of Vine, Colin Kroll and Rus Yusupov, released what some think is the modern reinvention of the game show:  HQ Trivia. The concept of the show is simple:  twice a day (2:00 pm and 8:00 pm Central Time) one of HQ’s hosts, the most popular one being Scott Rogowsky, asks twel...

MOVIE REVIEW – Insidious: Last Key wraps up the series

MOVIE REVIEW – Insidious: Last Key wraps up the series

By Henley Johnson

February 1, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The latest addition to the Insidious series came out on January 5, 2018. Insidious: The Last Key, also known as Insidious: Chapter 4, was the final sequel of the movies. This movie perfectly wraps up the stories without any loose ends and a whole lot of scary. The other movies mainly focus on the stor...

MOVIE REVIEW: Netflix’s Bright  interesting but disappointing

MOVIE REVIEW: Netflix’s Bright  interesting but disappointing

By Camp Carter

January 30, 2018


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Bright, which debuted in December on the Netflix streaming service, is set in a modern-day Los Angeles that is populated with orcs, elves, fairies, and centaurs, and where magic exists. It focuses on the relationship between a human cop (star Will Smith) and his orc partner (Joel Edgerton) as the...

The subjectively indisputable Best Games of 2017

The subjectively indisputable Best Games of 2017

By Barron Liston and Tripp Cory

January 26, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

2017 was quite a good year for video games. Nintendo knocked the ball out of the park this year with the release of the Nintendo Switch, niche titles such as Persona 5 and NieR: Automata managed to outsell EA’s slimy Star Wars shooter, the Call of Duty franchise returned to its roots with the rele...

ALBUM REVIEW: Unapologetically in Love with Kelsea Ballerini’s Latest

ALBUM REVIEW: Unapologetically in Love with Kelsea Ballerini’s Latest

By Mara Liston and Sarah Cory

January 24, 2018


Filed under Audio, Entertainment

Kelsea Ballerini is a country pop artist on the rise. Many know her by her hits “Peter Pan” and “Yeah Boy” from her 2015 album The First Time. On November 3, Ballerini released her second studio album Unapologetically. The lead single, “Legends”, was released back in June and made the top 20 o...

Why do high schoolers not go to the movie as often?

Why do high schoolers not go to the movie as often?

By Alex Gibbs

January 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Recently, I was having a conversation with my mother, and she asked me why people my age did not go to the movie as often people did when she was growing up. After she asked me this, I began to think of all the movies that I had gone to see in the theater this year, and I could only count four or five...

REVIEW: Murder on Orient Express kills it

REVIEW: Murder on Orient Express kills it

By Camp Carter, Olivia Moore, and Elizabeth Downing

December 15, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

Armed with intellect, Charles Dickens and a high-maintenance mustache, Hercule Poirot attempts to solve a seemingly impossible murder case in the movie Murder on the Orient Express. The movie is based on the book with the same name by Agatha Christie.  As it is one of her most well-known books, the...

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