The Paw Print

Endgame takes early control of the cinematic box office

Aidan Evans, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

Comic books and comic book movies have been on the rise since the release of Iron Man starring Robert Downey Jr., and I’ve been a fan since 2011. So, when Avengers: Endgame’s tickets were put up for pre-order, I bought my fa...

Dead by Daylight dominates horror gaming

Noah Maldonado, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

“Dead by Daylight,” an asymmetrical survival-horror game, captures the essence of the horror genre and runs away with it. The game features many classic monsters and movie protagonists like Michael Myers and Laurie Strode, which...

“Happy Death Day 2 U” resembles a comedy, not a horror film

James Dralle, Editor in Chief

February 28, 2019

Director Christopher Landon released the sequel to Happy Death Day, titled “Happy Death Day 2U” on Feb 13. The beginning of the movie follows Tree, played by actress Jessica Rothe, who was the main character of the previous...

Netflix’s “Bird Box” falls short, maintains relevancy

James Dralle, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2019

The internet was blown away after Susanne Bier’s Netflix Original “Bird Box” came to the streaming platform. Over 26 million people watched Bird Box within its first week of release, standing right below Stranger Things 2...

The 1975’s magnificent “a Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships”

Juve Angulo, editorial cartoonist

December 13, 2018

On Nov. 30, 2018, the English indie pop rock band The 1975 released their much anticipated 3rd album, a Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships. This band consists of Matty Healy, George Daniels, Adam Hann, and Ross Mac...

Movie Review: The Nun

James Dralle, Editor in Chief

December 5, 2018

Corin Hardy’s most recent release, The Nun, follows the journey of a priest, Father Burke, with a haunted past and a Nun, Sister Irene, who hasn’t given her final vows to become a nun, who are sent to investigate a haunted...

Fine Dining and Breathing: Plainfield’s Delight

James Dralle, Bella Cesario, and Emily Sherrill

December 5, 2018

To launch the first month of Fine Dining & Breathing, two editors from the Paw Print and I decided to visit Plainfield’s Delight, located off 119th street. This family-friendly restaurant serves a wide variety of homestyle...

Fine Dining & Breathing: Homecut Donuts

James Dralle, Editor in Chief

December 5, 2018

For this month’s Fine Dining & Breathing, I decided to visit Home Cut Donuts, located just off 815 West Jefferson Street in Joliet. Home Cut Donuts offers a wide variety of donuts, coffee and even has a small cooler of ice...

Lil Peep’s New Album

James, Editor in Chief

December 5, 2018

The entire community of the underground rap world was shocked when Gustav Åhr, known as Lil Peep released part 2 of “Come Over When You’re Sober”, his debut studio album on Nov 9. Tragically, Lil Peep’s life was cut short...

Exploring the nuclear wasteland with friends

Caitlin Deerwester, News and Opinion Editor

December 5, 2018

On Nov. 14 Fallout 76, developed and released by Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks, launched the latest Fallout game in the series of nine so far. It is set in the timeline as a prequel to the other games, this game...

Fine Dining & Breathing: Happy Place Cafe

Juve Angulo, Editorial Cartoonist

December 5, 2018

For this month’s edition of Fine Dining and Breathing, I got the chance to go t0 Happy Place Café, located in Shorewood just off Jefferson Rd. This is a nice little café with a very nice atmosphere, perfect for a family breakfast...

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