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“Captain Marvel” Falls Short of Expectations

“Captain Marvel” Falls Short of Expectations

Autumn Brazele, Reporter

March 26, 2019


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The movie “Captain Marvel,” directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, is the most recent Marvel movie, released on Mar. 8. In the movie, Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson, fights in an intergalactic war between two alien races. As I have never seen any of the Marvel movies before, I had no idea w...

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World— Repeat or Retweet?

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World— Repeat or Retweet?

Sydnie Ager, Reporter

March 19, 2019


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From director Dean DeBlois, the third "How to Train Your Dragon" movie was released in theaters on Feb. 22 this year as the most recent film in the storyline. Young chief Hiccup faces a new problem on his home island of Berk, now a flourishing dragon sanctuary. Although Berkians have converted to the ...

Glass the Movie: Half Full or Half Empty?

Glass the Movie: Half Full or Half Empty?

Genevieve Larkin, Reporter

February 20, 2019


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“Glass” is a fantasy/drama film and part of the Unbreakable trilogy. The series includes, “Unbreakable” and “Split,” following the characters individually until they are all together in the final installment. Released on Jan. 18, the PG-13 movie was directed by M. Night Shyamalan and used ...

“Schooled” excels as a spin-off, but leaves some returning fans wanting a sequel instead

“Schooled” excels as a spin-off, but leaves some returning fans wanting a sequel instead

Sean Blythe, Reporter

February 14, 2019


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“Schooled” is a new TV show featuring characters from “The Goldbergs.” A spin-off of that show, the new plot involves the return of Lainey Lewis, 10 years after the events of “The Goldbergs,” which took place in the ’80s. She returns to William Penn Academy as a teacher this time around, ...

“Asteroids:” A New Science Fiction Novel by Mike McCoy

“Asteroids:” A New  Science Fiction Novel by Mike McCoy

Trinity Mak, Reporter

February 12, 2019


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"Asteroids," a science fiction novel, is entrepreneur Mike McCoy’s first published work due out in April 2019.  The novel has been pre-released to a small audience on Jan. 23 for review and is available on Amazon for pre-order. Rick Munday, the main character, is an assistant professor of astr...

Escape Room Deviates from the Horror Norm

Escape Room Deviates from the Horror Norm

Katherine Mosack, Reporter

January 23, 2019


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“Escape Room” follows six strangers who travel to a mysterious building to experience a game where participants work together to solve a series of puzzles with the hope of leaving $10,000 wealthier. What begins as innocent fun quickly turns into a disaster as the four men and two women find that eac...

Free Solo: A Rock Climbing Story

Free Solo: A Rock Climbing Story

Dylan Stuflick, Editor in Chief

January 22, 2019


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Rock climbing is a sport full of adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers. And if you know anything about climbing, you’ve probably heard of Alex Honnold. Part of a unique sect in the rock climbing world, Honnold participates in something called free solo climbing. Free solo climbing eliminates everyt...

The Crimes of Grindelwald

The Crimes of Grindelwald

Emma Rydeen, Reporter

December 24, 2018


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If you are going to “The Crimes of Grindelwald,” sequel to “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” directed by David Yates and starring Eddie Redmayne, be prepared to be dazzled. Although I am not a big fan of Harry Potter, I really enjoyed this movie. In the beginning scenes, the director answer...

Is “Bohemian Rhapsody” Worthy of Royalty?

Is “Bohemian Rhapsody” Worthy of Royalty?

Adam Atamian, Reporter

November 14, 2018


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“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a new movie that depicts the lives of Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon and Freddie Mercury, best known as the band Queen. Announced at the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), it immediately caused a lot of excitement in Queen fans, including myself. Following its relea...

One Hundred Plus One Day: Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ Spinoff Hits Home

One Hundred Plus One Day: Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ Spinoff Hits Home

Paige Townsend, Category Editor

August 29, 2018


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The reimagination of a classic children’s story— and even classic movies— is no easy feat. For the first time in quite a while, Disney truly wowed me with one of its older stories remade as live action. As so many others have fallen flat (looking at you, “Jungle Book”), I did not have the hi...

Book Recommendations from the Jerds 2018

Averie Sargent, Adelae Norwood, Crystal Sung, Anastasia Reimann, Saryn Mandak, Hope Stengler, Zoe Giammaria, Aubrey Gehman, Amber Bacardi, Erin Marquez, Kenedie Hesseling, Cara Brinkman, and Julia Clark

June 2, 2018


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Averie Sargent - "A Song for Somme" “You know as well as I do that survivors do not take no for an answer.” Written by Jennifer Malech, “A Song for Somme” tells the story of classical pianist Lloyd Fox returning to Oxford University from America in 1922 to study music composition. Lloyd then...

Drama on Campus: A review of the ‘HR805’ pilot episode filmed at CAHS

Drama on Campus: A review of the ‘HR805’ pilot episode filmed at CAHS

Crystal Sung and Anastasia Reimann

April 18, 2018


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Not every high school has had a TV show filmed on their campus. In the summer of 2017, the cast and crew of “HR805” filmed their pilot episode on the CAHS campus. “All of us on the producing team have children that either attend Coastal or Classical Academy,” producer and writer Mr. Lon Sierra said. “...

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