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“Survivor”: The tribe continues to speak after 19 years

“Survivor”: The tribe continues to speak after 19 years

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 19, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“The tribe has spoken.” These words have been repeatedly said by Jeff Probst for nearly 19 years. The reality adventure show, “Survivor,” has retained its popularity in its nearly two-decade run. On Feb. 20, “Survivor: Edge of Extinction” premiered on CBS. This serves as the 38th season....

Don’t Panic! we are at the disco

Don’t Panic! we are at the disco

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Since the age of 13, I have been a huge fan of Panic! at the Disco. I remember my older sister constantly blasting “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die” in the car, allowing me to memorize every track on that album word for word. “Nicotine” and “Miss Jackson” were on replay in my head for y...

Ariana Grande faces controversies

Ariana Grande faces controversies

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Ariana Grande has been a large part of the music industry for the past four or so years and has brought on her share of controversy. Grande constantly appears in the media for what many consider to be absurd reasons. Many seem to want to “cancel” Grande for any reason at all. Grande’s new tattoo...

Karl Lagerfeld: The death of an icon

Karl Lagerfeld: The death of an icon

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

German fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, passed away on Feb. 19 at the age of 85. Lagerfeld was known for his role as the creative director at Chanel. Lagerfeld was born in Hamburg, Germany on what was thought to be Sept. 10, 1933. Lagerfeld became of the most famous fashion designers in the world...

Will’s Oscars round up

Will’s Oscars round up

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor

February 25, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Voices

The 91st Oscar Nominations came out Jan. 22 with many snubs and surprises. The best picture nominees included “Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Roma, A Star is Born and Vice”. Four of the eight nominated films have sparked my interest. Two of them ar...

Marie Kondo: Sparking joy one heart at a time

Marie Kondo: Sparking joy one heart at a time

Story by Isabel Ashley, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

For many people, the word joy is the last thing that comes to mind when cleaning. For Japanese organizing consultant and author Marie Kondo, joy is the foundation of her philosophy for sorting messes. The Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo demonstrates just how much cleaning can transform liv...

Ingrid Michelson’s “Songs for the Season”

Ingrid Michelson’s “Songs for the Season”

Story by Lily Stephens, Multimedia Editor

December 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

Ingrid Michaelson has long been due for her own full-length Christmas album. In 2017 she released “Snowfall,” a Christmas EP. The EP had a classic Ingrid Michaelson feel with lofty high notes, powerful phrasing and original lyrics. With “Songs of the Season” she has taken a more mainstream ap...

“The Polar Express”: A Baldwin City holiday experience

“The Polar Express”: A Baldwin City holiday experience

Story by Lily Stephens, Managing Editor

December 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

If you have been enjoying your Friday evening at El Patron with your family and then looked over to spot a gaggle of pajama-clad children, you may be experiencing something called the “Polar Express effect.” After much anticipation, the train has finally pulled into the station, and people inside...

Baker symphonic band brings new life to winter concert

Baker symphonic band brings new life to winter concert

Story by Megan Stover, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Baker University Music Department introduced a new element to the winter concert performed on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. Band Director Frank Perez explained that “The Night Before Christmas” was read while that band played accompanying music. “Because [Baker University] is all about education and broa...

Top Five ‘Role Playing Game’ videogames

Top Five ‘Role Playing Game’ videogames

Story by Jamie Pellikaan, A&E Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

Since the invention of Atari in 1972, video games have skyrocketed into a multi-billion-dollar industry. In fact, the industry as a whole is projected to reach $138 billion in revenue at the end of this year. But there is one sector in the game industry that draws players from all around to experi...

‘A Million Little Things’ has decent plot, relies too much on drama

‘A Million Little Things’ has decent plot, relies too much on drama

Story by Jamie Pellikaan, A&E Editor

November 6, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

ABC’s new drama “A Million Little Things” is a decent blend of story, plot development and emotions, to which viewers can relate. The show brings suicide into the forefront of the plot when Jon (Ron Livingston) commits suicide, leaving his friends and family to ask how such a thing could have...

“A Star is (truly) Born”

“A Star is (truly) Born”

Story by Will Hanson, Contributing Writer

November 6, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

“A Star is Born,” the fourth remake of a classic story is one all fans should see because of its moving soundtrack and amazing acting. In 2016, news broke that another “A Star is Born” remake was beginning production with Bradley Cooper set to direct, write, and star alongside pop singer Lady G...