Hungry Students will love Hungry Bear Deli

Hungry Students will love Hungry Bear Deli

Orion Lenz, Reporter
October 16, 2015
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Right on the corner of Melrose and Sycamore lies a small hotel, with numerous little restaurants that are placed adjacent for convenience. Here, pedestrians in search of a proper meal will have much to choose from: One place in particular proudly displays a dimensional logo of the Californian flag, and...

Hotel Transylvania was Pretty… Fang-Tastic

Hotel Transylvania was Pretty… Fang-Tastic

Kelsea Wolleson, Reporter
October 16, 2015
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The Drac pack is most definitely back! The fantasy-comedy picks up where we left off with the original Hotel Transylvania. In the original we meet Mavis, a vampire, (Selena Gomez) and her father Dracula (Adam Sandler) who run a hotel for monsters who need to get away from humans. The hotel is hidden ...

Classical Kids Try Weird Sodas

Classical Kids Try Weird Sodas

Tony Salvato, Photojournalist
June 4, 2015
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2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

2014-2015 Yearbook Comments and Critiques Thread

Journalism Staff
June 4, 2015
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Post comments and criticisms of the 2015 Chronicle yearbook here!

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Tomorrowland: Disney at its…average

Justin Leonard, Reporter
May 29, 2015
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On May 22, Disney debuted its anticipated futuristic dystopian film, Tomorrowland. The movie is about a teenage girl who finds a pin that takes her to a strange land that boasts nearly everything you think belongs in a futuristic society. This place is known as Tomorrowland. However, the pin’s timer ...

Twenty One Pilots releases new album, “Blurryface”

Twenty One Pilots releases new album, “Blurryface”

Olivia Jolley, Reporter
May 21, 2015
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Twenty One Pilots, an alternative band whose roots lie in Columbus, Ohio, released their fourth album Blurryface on May 17. Despite being set to release on a later date, the album became available early after a complete leak that fans speculate was orchestrated by the band members themselves. Blurryface consists of f...

Boyhood: A film well done to fit a concept

Boyhood: A film well done to fit a concept

Ethan Shicks, Reporter
March 7, 2015
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The coming-of-age drama “Boyhood” depicts the life of a young boy who goes through the many trials and difficulties of life his mother has caused. Having no scripted plot, the movie follows the life of Mason (portrayed by Ellar Coltrane) from age six to his freshman year of college. At the beginning...

Fresh Off the Boat anchors in a new audience

Fresh Off the Boat anchors in a new audience

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter
February 28, 2015
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ABC aired a fresh new show on February 4. While the show features no relation to Will Smith or Bel Air, it tells a tale with just as much attitude as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Fresh Off the Boat follows the life of middle schooler Eddie Huang, whose Taiwanese family moves from Washington D.C. to O...

Titanfall brings new features to the video game market

Titanfall brings new features to the video game market

Cade Lembeck, Reporter
February 17, 2015
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Titanfall is a futuristic sci-fi game that takes place in a human inhabited region in space known as The Frontier. When humans left Earth for the Frontier, large companies funded the exploration and construction of militias. Many of the companies built 20-foot manned robots for commercial uses suc...

Into The Woods approaches fairy tales in a new way- *SPOILER ALERT*

Into The Woods approaches fairy tales in a new way- *SPOILER ALERT*

Beth Schloeder, Reporter
February 7, 2015
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The fantastical ideas presented in fairy tales have fascinated countless children and adults throughout the years. Books, movies and TV shows have been inspired by the original stories of the Grimm brothers and Hans Christian Andersen. From Snow White to the Snow Queen, Disney’s long list of fairy...

How “irresistible” is Fall Out Boy’s newest album?

How “irresistible” is Fall Out Boy’s newest album?

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter
February 6, 2015
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It’s been nearly 15 years since Fall Out Boy first hit the music industry. The band, known for blending pop and punk into its songs, decided to experiment in its latest sixth album, American Beauty/American Psycho. The band also experimented with different styles in its previous album, Save Rock and Roll. With five albums already under their belt, Fall Out Boy decided to take their ...

Joe Abercrombie’s “The Blade Itself”: Sharp, clean and very deadly

Joe Abercrombie’s “The Blade Itself”: Sharp, clean and very deadly

Micah Summers, Reporter
January 14, 2015
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Wizards, warriors, weapons and war slither within the 527-page debut novel from Joe Abercrombie that’s stuffed with brilliant relational schemes in a world that feels true and real. The Blade Itself brandishes a story of shameful rogues meeting vicious bandits, arrogant swordsmen swooning for u...

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