Immaturity and boredom plague CGI coated “Sucker Punch”

Immaturity and boredom plague CGI coated “Sucker Punch”

April 4, 2011


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As an 18-year-old male, I should be the type of person who would enjoy a movie about prostitutes battling it out with samurais, Nazi zombies, orcs, and robots. Sounds like every teenage boy’s most epic fantasy, right? That’s what I thought when I first saw the trailer for Zach Snyder’s “Sucker Pu...

Horizon of Blue

Horizon of Blue

Mayana Bonapart

March 24, 2011


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To live as the ocean means to live ferociously. To be the ocean aggressive, playful character is a necessity Yet at the same time grace, beauty and poise are also essential. The trick to being the perfect ocean wave is to have enormous strength and youthful agility but at the same time maintain a ph...

Which teacher are you most like?

Which teacher are you most like?

March 10, 2011


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What teacher are you? Take this quiz to find out. Read More »...

Chemistry redeems lacking plot in “The Adjustment Bureau”

Chemistry redeems lacking plot in “The Adjustment Bureau”

Wesley Emblidge

March 10, 2011


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When I first heard about “The Adjustment Bureau,” it sounded fantastic. Matt Damon and Emily Blunt work off a script by George Nolfi (writer of “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “Ocean’s Twelve”), set in a world where every aspect of everyones  lives are controlled by a team of men, called The Adj...

Some janky slang definitions for ya’ll uncultured peeps

Some janky slang definitions for ya’ll uncultured peeps

March 10, 2011


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It must be tough to be the parent of a teenager nowadays. When kids don’t have their faces pressed up against an illuminated screen and instead actually take the time to talk to their parents, it seems like they’re speaking  in a whole new language. It’s the language of school hallways and ha...

What’s good in the Cosmos: January-February 2011

February 14, 2011


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This isn’t the same ol’ astrology column you flip to in the back of Vogue. Nah. We’re talking about your place in the universe! That’s right, you heard me: your role in the cosmos,  the patty in your big-mac experience, or maybe the tune in your rap.   Read More »...

Direct Light Leaves Weary Counting Sheep

Direct Light Leaves Weary Counting Sheep

February 14, 2011


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It’s 11 p.m. on a school night: your breath is minty fresh, you’ve stripped down to your onesie, and the warmth of down feathers engulfs you.  However, your head is not quite enticed by the pillow yet.  Many hours of straining your mind has put you on edge and you need a way to relive the st...

Can you pass freshman year? Quiz with Answers

Can you pass freshman year? Quiz with Answers

February 9, 2011


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Can you pass freshman year? Take this quiz and see if you've got what you need to pass all the classes. Answers included. Read More »...

Rapper Timbalias brings “lyrical skill” to Marin

February 9, 2011


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The music industry hasn’t seen a distinguished rapper come out of Marin City since the great Tupac Shakur. Recently, many have complained that the rap game in the Bay Area has been lacking lyrical skill. However,  Marin City rapper Timbalias might be able to change all that with his increasingly popular...

Spring & Summer 2011 Movie Preview

Spring & Summer 2011 Movie Preview

Wesley Emblidge

February 8, 2011


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2010 was a somewhat disappointing year for movies. In the first half of the year, many movies that looked good (such as “Iron Man 2”) were big disappointments, along with generally awful movies, like “The Last Airbender.” The year got better in the winter and fall, but it was still nowhere ...

Food for thought may improve your brain power

February 7, 2011


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Whether you’re looking to get superior marks on an upcoming SAT, or you’re a senior looking to keep your grades up with as little studying as possible, eating certain foods could be the key to success. There are lots of vitamins and nutrients that can help improve memory and brain function, but here...

Charlie Hong Kong a healthy delight in disguise

February 7, 2011


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As I exited my car on Miller Avenue, I had no idea exactly what I was looking for. Would there be a large, pompous entrance à-la PF Chang’s which would protrude like a sore thumb, or would I have to find a secret backdoor and give some guy named Vito a password? Either way, it didn’t really matter...

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