Conspiracy Theory: The Mandela Effect

Caitlin Deerwester, Page Design Editor

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where a group of people share false memories of past events which Twitter made popular through claims that these memories are parallel universes spilling into our own. Fiona Broome is a researcher...

Memes are evolving: Fresher than ever, not going anywhere

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

I am going to write down a few phrases, and I want you to keep count of how many you understand. Here we go: Cash me outside, he need some milk, “Make America Great Again”, Salt Bae, “Bröther, may I have some ö a t s?”,...

Art Spotlight: Kaiden Clemens refreshing “Just Do It” mindset about getting involved

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Every year many freshmen join different clubs and activities to meet new people or to grow an already existing passion. No matter how many activities they enter, it is still nerve-racking to join a new group of people. However,...

Jackson’s Dice Roll: GMOS are not GM-Nos

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Welcome to Jackson’s Dice Roll, a new section about whatever textfixer.com’s Random Word Generator offers me. Every issue of this column starts with a roll for two or three words on the generator, followed by them being carefully...

Paws or Claws: Fallout 4

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

In the world of gaming there has always been rivalries: Call of Duty vs. Battlefield, Overwatch vs.Team Fortress, and Fallout 4 vs. Skyrim. Let’s focus on the fight between Skyrim and Fallout 4. Both games have been made by...

Paws or Claws: Skyrim

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Skyrim is a game for all types of people. This role-playing game covers an incredible amount of fronts, offering the player options to play whatever kind of character they want, whether it be a stealthy, lockpicking cat-person,...

Conspiracy Theory: A pixelated universe

River Finnegan, News and Feature Editor, Online Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

If the world were to be composed of pixels and computer generated scenarios, we would never be able to tell the difference between reality and a simulation. The theory first popularized by the movie The Matrix, has since exploded...

Star Wars Battlefront II, beyond the controversy

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Many Americans enjoy Star Wars, from the movies to the books to the games. The most recent installment to the game franchise, Battlefront II, is a mess. Setting aside the loot box scandal, it’s still questionable if the game...

Thor: Ragnarok: how formula writing ruins good movies

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Thor (Chris Hemswroth) faces a new foe, his sister, Hela (Cate Blanchett) in Thor: Ragnarok. After years of imprisonment in the dark realm Hela comes back and bans Thor and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to another world controlled by...

Fine Dining & Breathing: Joy Yee Noodle

Dani Gonzalez, Editorial and Opinion Editor

December 6, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Joy Yee Noodle is a pan-Asian restaurant with multiple locations in the Chicagoland area. Recently group of friends and I visited the Naperville restaurant, the location closest to Plainfield. Having been to the Joy Yee in Chinatown,...

“It”(2017), the horror of being a teenager

Dani Gonzalez, Opinion Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Very rarely does a movie scare us with its cheesy monsters, self-closing doors, or unrealistic blood splatters; Andy Muschietti’s remake of “It” is no exception, and yet I still remember sitting at the edge of my seat with...

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