By Emily NiebuhrStudent Life Editor Photo courtesy of theguardian.com California has a place in my heart with their culture and people. Anytime I can go there to see family, it is special, and I cherish those moments.However, when I hear about the wildfires that have been raging

By Mary MoneOnline Editor In the words of Marilyn Monroe, “If you can’t handle me at my worst, then you don’t deserve me at my best.” I have been thinking about the contents of this quote a lot recently. Normally, it is said in some weird

Platforms may damage students’ mental health By Brianna MurphyStaff Writer Graphic by Mary Mone Buzz, buzz — instant gratification! Why are students so attached to social media?Social media can help students connect, but too much social media usage can damage one’s mental health. According to Les Glover, LPC

By Chris CrymesStaff Writer Photo courtesy of RKO Pictures “Citizen Kane” - the name itself brings up your stuffy friend or relative who is too into the movies of yesteryear. While these fans of the films of yesteryear like movies, the thought of a new release bring

By Michael BaldEntertainment Editor Graphic by Molly Swisher So, I guess it’s safe to say mainstream movies are officially gone from theatres the rest of the year, leaving audiences at the mercy of streaming services to keep us going until the 2020 crisis is over. However, like

By Chris Crymes Staff Writer Graphic by Michael Bald After 30 years, the original anime masterwork, “Akira,” has made its triumphant return to theatres with an all new 4K remaster. I’ll admit I was already looking forward to the opportunity to see this film in theatres, but by

By Chris Crymes  Staff Writer It’s easy to get lost in the flood of streaming movie releases, especially now that most media has shifted online. Netflix is one of the main proponents of this media shift, throwing out surprisingly quality releases seemingly at random. The latest release,

By Madison Heiser Boys don’t cry. They hate the color pink. They love sports and cars, and they have to hold their alcohol. They’re the breadwinners, the handymen, the logicians. That’s just the way things are. Of course, none of these things are true. At least, not