Mixing fashion and technology

Technology and Fashion: Fashology By Abby Bien      Often times people don’t put fashion and technology in the same sentence. But online fashion blogs are changing that. More and more, dozens of trendy girls and boys are taking their fashion sense to the Internet. Using applications  like blogspot and tumblr, they upload pictures of outfits, […]

Lupe Fiasco delivers an entertaining, but predictable concert at Elliott Hall

Unfortunately for us, it is not often that a prominent musical artist performs in West Lafayette.  However, last Friday night hip-hip artist Lupe Fiasco graced us with his presence with a short set before travelling to Atlanta for BET’s 2011 Hip-Hop Awards. The show was opened by 11-year-old Young Marqus, who brought his “mama” onstage […]

West Side choirs sing their hearts out

By Alyse Allred Sunday, October 2—as the first nine weeks draws to a close, the choirs of West Side make their debut.  In an extensive evening concert—attended by family, friends, and even former choir students—the choirs showcased their variety and versatility. Performing groups included the three school choirs, Junior High, Concert Choir, and Chorale, in […]

“Abduction” Movie Review

We all know teenage girls are in love with Taylor Lautner’s abs, and they will be excited to see the opening scenes of Abduction. Nathan Harper, (Taylor Lautner), plays a normal kid who goes to a normal party, and ends up drunk. Nathan wakes up the next morning on the lawn topless. However, there is […]

Off Campus: Einstein Bros.’ Bagels offers a fresh alternative to its customers

 Location: Einstein Bro’s. Bagels, 201 & 203 Northwestern Ave. Distance from School: 0.8 mi. Price/Person: $5+ Einstein’s being a popular bagel shop in town, and me being a ravenous bagel consumer, I had been to Einstein’s before I decided to review it. For years, I ignored the display menu and focused only on my 13 […]

Still a Red Devil at heart

Alum Tom Moore describes the impact West Lafayette High School had on his career.             Although the name Tom Moore may not ring a bell with many West Siders, in the film and theater realm the name is highly respected. Moore made his mark directing the original Broadway production of […]

Catwalk to Class: Andre Woloshuk

FEATURING ANDRE WOLOSHUK The word fashion is usually associated with women. Popular culture and media perpetuate this stereotype, with hundreds of magazines, websites, and fashion lines for women, but hardly any for men. It can be argued that it is harder for a boy to be fashionable than for a girl. Junior Andre Woloshuk has […]

Catwalk to Class: Krisli Vasili

Krisli Vasili is a West Side style icon. As the year gets off to a start, there seems to be a direct correlation between increasing workloads and decreasing temperatures.  For many, this has resulted in the replacement of carefully planned back-to-school outfits with hastily thrown on sweats.  While the thought of a first hour Biology […]

Dating For Dumbos

So, the school year has begun, and, like most teenaged boys, you have probably found a girl that strikes your fancy. Your probably thinking, “Briagha, I don’t have what it takes to be smooth and get girls.” I say that’s ridiculous. Anyone (well, almost anyone) can become an irresistible romantic. To help you out, I’m […]

Off Campus: Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

  Location: Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 111 S. River Rd. Distance from school: 1.7 mi. Price/Person: $2 Their cups read, “Welcome to your new addiction,” and while Fuzzy’s Taco Shop delivers an acceptable smorgasbord of typical American-made, Mexican-style food, their tag-line is a bit too presumptuous. Upon entering the new establishment for the first time, I […]

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