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“13 Reasons Why” Does Not Speak for the Suicidal

“13 Reasons Why” Does Not Speak for the Suicidal

Anonymous, Guest Journalist
May 2, 2017
Filed under Opinions & Reviews

The Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, based off of a popular young-adult novel by Jay Asher, was released on March 31 of this year. The series revolves around Hannah Baker, a high school junior who commits suicide and leaves behind audio tapes for the people who she claims caused her to take her own li...

4,000 Years of Uppity Women – Book Review

4,000 Years of Uppity Women – Book Review

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
May 2, 2017
Filed under Opinions & Reviews

Since the beginning of time, women have stopped at nothing to express themselves in the best possible ways that they know how. They have discovered ways to live by their own terms by any means necessary, no matter what men told them. They have painted masterpieces, written poetry, dabbled in so-called magic, and...

Dutch Bros vs. Starbucks: Which Coffee is Superior?

Dutch Bros vs. Starbucks: Which Coffee is Superior?

Britt Campbell, Journalist, Coffee Enthusiast
April 24, 2017
Filed under Opinions & Reviews

It’s 7AM and you definitely don’t want to be awake right now. You’re on your way to school, but you know for a fact that you just won’t make it through the day without your daily dose of caffeine. Within reasonable driving range of Millennium High School lies two coffee shops: Dutch Bros and ...

World War 3?

Alysa Alfaro, Journalist
April 21, 2017
Filed under Opinions & Reviews

As many of you have heard, the U.S is stating that North Korea wants to go into war with America. Why do they want to go into  war with America? The reason is that North Korea has been testing their missiles and the U.S. believes that it is a threat to America and any other country. America, being a...

Marvel’s Agents of Shield: Is Aida Developing Emotions?

Marvel’s Agents of Shield: Is Aida Developing Emotions?

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
April 20, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Agents of Shield has plunged into to insanity of The Framework, highlighting one once slightly overlooked character as the unofficial ruler of this upside-down world: Aida the LMD. Now going by Madame Hydra, or Ophelia Sarkissian, Aida appears to have programmed herself into Dr. Radcliffe’s creation as th...

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season 4 “What If…” *SPOILERS*

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season 4 “What If…” *SPOILERS*

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
April 6, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Agents of Shield returned on Tuesday April 4 with a twisted new world order. HAIL HYDRA, EVERYONE! With Agents of Shield gearing up for the end of season 4, fans are thrown into a universe where Hydra has taken over and our beloved main characters are altered in ways that are hard to imagine. The F...

A Mediocre Masquerade

A Mediocre Masquerade

Britt Campbell, Journalist
February 9, 2017
Filed under Opinions & Reviews

On Saturday, January 21st, Millennium held its annual Winter Formal. The theme was a Venetian Masquerade--but it couldn’t mask the mediocrity of the dance. The dance, if I am to be blunt about it, was not worth the ticket price. My sympathies go to those of you who paid more than $35 for your ti...

Top Five Best Disney Songs

Top Five Best Disney Songs

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
February 1, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

The one part of a Disney movie that everyone looks forward to is the music. I mean, what’s a Disney movie without a song and dance? There’s just something about the characters expression of their feelings through song that captivates us and helps us feel more of a connection with them. The songs allow us ...

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Book- Review

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Book- Review

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
January 31, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Books have a way of touching our hearts and teaching us impactful lessons that nothing else could even begin to attempt. A Dog’s Purpose is just one of the numerous examples of these works. This novel was written by the American humorist W. Bruce Cameron, also author to the books 8 Simple Rules for Dat...

Top 10 Book To Read This Year

Alysa Alfaro
January 18, 2017
Filed under Features, Opinions & Reviews

Have you been in a reading slump? Wanting something interesting to read this new year? Maybe it's part of your resolution. Well here are some books I recommend to read this year!   “We Come Apart” by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan An emotional story of love and friendship overcoming the unbe...

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