We Regret to Inform You…

We Regret to Inform You…

Marie Hogan

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Sometime last year, just as college admissions seemed to become, almost overnight, the topic of every conversation, I started watching college acceptance videos on Youtube. After a while, every video began to feel the same – thirty seconds of silent, pained anxiety, the click of a computer, a sudd...

Lady Bird – Film Review

Lady Bird – Film Review

Luca Pelo

March 13, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

Once every ten years or so, a coming-of-age film is released that paves way for an entirely new subgenre of films. Productions like these are timeless, bypassing generational barriers, ringing true to teens and adults alike who can empathize with the characters, laughing at their all-too-familiar quirks,...

Zootopia: A “Children’s Movie” for all Ages

Zootopia: A “Children’s Movie” for all Ages

Trevor Bukowski

June 2, 2016


Filed under Lifestyles, Reviews

Welcome to the animated world where humans don’t exist, sloths drive sports cars, and a gazelle is a national pop sensation. Zootopia, a Walt Disney Production, hit theaters on March 4th, bringing in 73.7 million dollars in the opening weekend, and making it Disney’s most successful release. Although...

Mill Valley Film Festival: Six Top Picks

Mill Valley Film Festival: Six Top Picks

Trent Waltz, James Finn, Trent Waltz, Trent Waltz, and Trent Waltz

October 11, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles

The annual Mill Valley Film Festival, which attracts some of the biggest names in film, began on October 8 and will run until October 18. Here are six films that lifestyles editor Trent Waltz is looking forward to that will be shown at the festival. Heart Like A Grenade Heads Up Green Day fans.  M...

Tomorrowland: Film of the Future?

Devon Stoeber

June 11, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles, Reviews

Disney’s newest film, “Tomorrowland,” directed by Brad Bird, follows the story of a science-loving, driven teenage girl and her unlikely acquaintance, a grown man who was once a child-genius. The pair ventures into an unknown, futuristic world while discovering many twists and turns that they,...

Tomorrowland: Film of the Future?

Max Plotkin

June 11, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles, Reviews

For a movie about the future, “Tommorowland” sure uses a lot from the past. An overused plot and a one-dimensional villain is not necessarily the greatest combination for a high budget Disney movie. With big actors such as Academy Award-winning George Clooney and multiple Oscar-winning director Brad...

ASB Candidate Speeches

ASB Candidate Speeches

TBN

March 31, 2015


Filed under News, Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM7e_25EEwM&feature=youtu.be

Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Basketball vs Drake

Broadcast: Boys’ Varsity Basketball vs Drake

Riley Kuffner

January 16, 2014


Filed under Sports, Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTeLwAzOzkM Full game broadcast: Varsity boys' basketball faced off against the Drake Pirates in a classic division rivalry. Drake pulled out the win with a dominating fourth quarter.

Sports Talk: Aseal Birir

Sports Talk: Aseal Birir

November 9, 2013


Filed under Sports, Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NabvCBS7hcU

Broadcast: Homecoming Varsity Football vs San Rafael

Broadcast: Homecoming Varsity Football vs San Rafael

TBN

November 7, 2013


Filed under Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itbmUfNstaA Varsity football faced off against San Rafael for the Homecoming game on October 26. Watch TBN's full broadcast of the game here.

“Star Trek Into Darkness” Review: Boldly Going Where The First Film Went Before

“Star Trek Into Darkness” Review: Boldly Going Where The First Film Went Before

Wesley Emblidge

May 17, 2013


Filed under Reviews

When J.J. Abrams rebooted the “Star Trek” franchise in 2009, I was faced with an interesting dilemma: a movie that was very dumb and poorly written, but was so fast and so much fun to watch that it actually didn’t matter. The energy was high, the cast was perfect, it was just hard to not have a good t...

“The Great Gatsby” Review: Luhrmann’s Excess Isn’t Enough

“The Great Gatsby” Review: Luhrmann’s Excess Isn’t Enough

Wesley Emblidge

May 11, 2013


Filed under Reviews

The news story “Warner Brothers Greenlights $100 Million 3D Adaptation of ‘The Great Gatsby’ For Summer” sounds like an article from The Onion, but it is in fact the movie we’re faced with this weekend. A book where, admittedly, not that much actually happens, has been turned into a big, lavish,...

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