Food Fight: fries

BEST OVERALL: 5 Guys.  Taste like potato wedges – crispy but soft inside, good thickness, good seasoning and good amount of salt.  However, this amazing experience does come at a certain price…$5 for a large fry, to be exact. BEST NOVELTY: AJ’s funnel cake fries.  It’s like if a diner was owned by an ex-carnival person […]

Spring break staff playlist

Nico- “Centuries” by Fall Out Boy Sara- “Ooo” by Karen O Katie- “Anna Sun” by Walk the Moon Selina- “Reflections” by Misterwives Luke- “Electric Feel” by MGMT Maia- “Dearly Departed” by Shakey Graves Ms. Dixon- “Shiny Happy People” by R.E.M Jesse- “Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap Desmond- “Alright” by Logic Duncan- “Left Hand Free” by […]

2015 Oscar recap

The glitz and the glamour of the Oscars are now over. The awards have been given out, and if the nominee was lucky they went home with a tiny gold statue, if they were not as lucky they went home with an incredible swag bag. Being the cinephile I am, I predicted who I believed […]

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

When it was announced Tina Fey had created a new television show, I like many was very exciting for the impending series.  Unfortunately the show was picked up and dropped by NBC before it could see the light of day, but fortunately for us Netflix picked up the show for our viewing enjoyment. The Unbreakable […]

Kendrick Lamar returns strong

“I love myself.” When Kendrick Lamar released the first single for his sophomore album, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” he was met by and large with criticism.  Skeptics claimed the song abandoned the dark themes that made his debut “good kid, m.A.A.d city” worth listening to. Now, with the release of the full album, Kendrick Lamar […]

Everyone won the 2015 Grammys

When Kanye West rushed the stage at the 2015 Grammy award show, it seemed like a self referential joke at first.  Later media appearances made it clear that Kanye really did feel like his friend deserved to win though.  Beck fans were by and large furious, but do they actually have a solid case? When […]

addie clark proves age doesn’t limit creativity

Although Addie is only a Freshman, her talent in art is by no means inexperienced. Addie began to take an interest in art after she was told to draw a self-portrait in the third grade.  She didn’t like how it looked so on her own time, she experimented and tried to make it look the […]

Fall Events you should go to

♫Creepy Classics Halloween Concert  October 26th ~ 2:30 pm ~ Purdue Long Center for the Performing Arts ~ Free Free event where Purdue Orchestra will be performing their Creepy Classics Halloween concert. Traditional Halloween songs will be performed and costumes are encouraged.    ■Exploration Acres  Weekends September 11th to October 26th ~ 6042 Newcastle Rd. ~ […]

Films emulate high school life

1. The Breakfast Club What do you get when you mix detention and a group of kids with nothing in common? A fantastic classic. This is probably John Hughes’s most famous film, and for good reason too. In this movie, the beauty queen, the nerd, the rebel, the jock and the basket case all come […]

Featured Artist: Lydia Kolbe

Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.  Art is something that comes freely and naturally to ones mind.  Lydia Kolbe ’15 is one of the lucky few where art […]

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