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Animal Crossing Comes Back

Animal Crossing Comes Back

Darren Davis, Staff Writer November 23, 2021
During the start of pandemic, on March 3, 2020, two games came to sustain us from the imminent boredom. The hardcore Doom Eternal came out as well as the titular Animal-Crossing New Horizons. The latter has unfortunately faded from its original spotlight over the course of the pandemic because of its lack of features and meaningful updates. Now, almost a year and a half later, the desired update has finally come out along with the Happy Home Paradise DLC. Nintendo brought out exactly what it needed to revive ACNH.
October: A Month of Music in Review

October: A Month of Music in Review

Luke Napier, Student Editor November 10, 2021
From the country sounds of Cody Johnson and Zac Brown Band to the pop music of Ed Sheeran, this month produced quite an array of hits across all genres.
Star Wars: Visions Review

‘Star Wars: Visions’ Review

Darren Davis, Staff Writer November 3, 2021
Does Visions give a good sign for the future of anime with Disney in it, and is the show accessible to those not familiar with the Star Wars canon?
Does Metroid Dread Live up to Expectations?

Does Metroid Dread Live up to Expectations?

Darren Davis, Staff Writer October 26, 2021
The question remains: has the newly released Metroid Dread kept up with the times or has it stagnated due to it’s lengthy delay?
Metroid Dread History

Metroid Dread History

Darren Davis, Staff Writer October 20, 2021
The 16 year-long wait closes

Album Review: Donda

Joey Maier, Staff Writer September 30, 2021
Kanye is back yet again. After one year, three listening parties, and multiple delays, Kanye West's highly anticipated 10th studio album 'Donda' is finally out.


Ryan Becherer, Staff Writer December 4, 2020
A New Bout of the Age Old Console Wars Begins...
Album Review: Jesus is King

Album Review: “Jesus is King”

George Carnes, Student Editor November 6, 2019
Although the album did not tap into its full potential, it could rebrand Christianity for our younger generation.
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