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NYC Music Culture Is Influential to Student Speech, but Is It Good for Us?

NYC Music Culture Is Influential to Student Speech, but Is It Good for Us?

Ixchel Reyes-Hernandez, Culture Reporter & Designer June 24, 2024
It’s often said that New Yorkers have more character to them. But where do these personalities come from? Where does the slang we use come from?
The Justice league contains of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Flash, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl. (image copyright: DC Comics

Justice League (2001) Rediscovery Review

Jazlyn Melendez, Reporter June 13, 2024
“Justice League” was first released on Nov. 17, 2001 and it ran for nearly three years ending in May 2004. Around this time “Batman:The Animated Series” and “Superman: The Animated Series” were also being made as a side storyline to the Justice League plot.
Album cover for The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology (copywrite Republic Records, photo Beth Garrabrant)

‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Breaks Hearts and Seals Them

Ixchel Reyes-Hernandez June 7, 2024
When I tell you I was pumped to hear this album, I truly was. Taylor Swift's 11th album recently came out on April 19.
Movies and shows that have successfully captured the audience by using nostalgia.

Nostalgia Bait in Movies and Fashion

Alyssa Quiles, Reporter March 19, 2024
There is a saying that history repeats itself. This saying has recently been acknowledged with pop culture such as fashion trends, movies and TV series. This is called “nostalgia bait” which is known as taking old concepts of trends, characters, shows, and movies and then rebooting them.
The production of Hard Candy presented by the drama club.

Got a Sweet Tooth? Review of ‘Hard Candy’ by the Drama Club

Giselle Romain, Reporter March 12, 2024

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ “Hard Candy,” by Jonathan Rand and presented by the drama club is about an array of interviews where the characters alternate between the interviewer and the interviewee....

Cover for Wait for Me by An Na.

A Tale of Love that Goes Against All Odds

Angela Jones, Reporter January 24, 2024
If you’re someone who’s into slow burn romance, then this book may be for you. The book may seem sluggish in the beginning, but the gradual build up of the story makes the love interest of Mina all the better.
For this iteration of Godzilla, the team attempted to create the most terrifying version of the monster yet.

‘Godzilla Minus One’ is a Smashing Success

Soumik Dey, Reporter January 24, 2024
The king of monsters, Godzilla, returns for its 37th big screen rampage in 2023 "Godzilla Minus One", celebrating the series’ 70th anniversary.
Travis Scott performing at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Fans ‘FE¡N’ for Travis Scott ‘Circus Maximus’ Tour

Aniya Walker, Reporter January 18, 2024
Travis Scott is back touring after the “AstroWorld” Festival tragedy in 2021.
Loki season 2 promotional poster.

‘Loki’ Is Low-Key a Hit

Kate Iza, Design Editor January 18, 2024
When there are villains in movies, the standard way they’re portrayed is to be the “bad guys,” the antagonists who are solely there to be defeated by the good guys, and typically their stories end there.
The new cover for 1989 (Taylors Version)

The Reinvention of Taylor Swift

Ixchel Reyes-Hernandez, Design Editor January 18, 2024
Taylor Swift’s newest release is an updated version of her original album “1989,” an album titled withbased on the year she was born to signify her rebirth that she began to go through. The album, now called “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” includes updated vocals along with five new songs “from the vault.” that reveal more personal feelings than ever.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: Fans Still Starving for More

‘The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’: Fans Still Starving for More

Kushba Rimi, Reporter January 18, 2024
“The Hunger Games” is a series of dystopian films that brought audiences to a world of oppression, survival and rebellion. They were adapted into films from Suzanne Collin’s best dystopian trilogy, “The Hunger Games.”
Bottom to top: Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani), Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris).

‘The Marvels’ Falls Short of Expectations

Andrea Moral-Lopez, Reporter January 12, 2024
The Marvel comics have gone beyond just panels in a comic and into movies we can enjoy. The adaptations of these comics began in 2008 with the release of “Iron Man” and its tale of billionaire Tony Stark’s journey to becoming a hero.
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