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Review: “Deadpool”

Review: “Deadpool”

Melissa Blasquez, Reporter

February 26, 2016


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If you haven’t already seen the movie “Deadpool," I highly recommend you do. Having no experience with comic books, and usually scoffing at them, but this movie made me want go out and buy every "Deadpool" comic book out there. If you haven’t read the comics before, Deadpool, the name of the...

Review: “Still Life Of Iris”

Review: “Still Life Of Iris”

Manuel Villasenor and Jacqueline Moncada

February 10, 2016


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"Still Life of Iris," the most recent production from Lincoln Theater Arts, which ran February 4th, 5th, and 6th, was a success.  Tickets for this show were made available to 500 elementary school students from Trace, a neighboring school of Lincoln, free of charge. Chuck Manthe said “It's great fo...

App of the week- Color Switch

App of the week- Color Switch

Salvador Cohenete and Juan Alcala

February 8, 2016


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This weeks featured app is Color Switch. Color Switch is offered for free on both IOS and Android. On the app store it is at the top of the list for free games. On Sunday, January 16 Color Switch came out with a huge  update for IOS and some add on's for Android. Updates: IOS -New challenge mode: 105 ...

App of the Week- Photoshop Mix

App of the Week- Photoshop Mix

Salvador Cohenete and Juan Alcala

January 21, 2016


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Photoshop Mix the application being featured on this weeks App of the week is both Android and IOS compatible that allows you to use on your mobile device to cut out, combine, and blend images. To begin you will need to create a free Adobe ID. This will enable you to not only use the Photoshop Mix...

The Forest Movie Review : Opinion

The Forest Movie Review : Opinion

Manuel Villasenor, Reporter

January 20, 2016


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The Forest ,directed by Jason Zada, had many great moments within the movie, but did not really have much originality when it comes to how this horror film attempted to scare the audience. The story takes place in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, which is infamous for the amount of suicides that occur ye...

REVIEW: Lincoln Band “Jazz” it up for Winter Concert

REVIEW: Lincoln Band “Jazz” it up for Winter Concert

Manuel Villasenor and Jacqueline Moncada

December 14, 2015


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After about 2 hours of listening to Lincoln's jazz band, we can honestly say that we enjoyed the performance. In fact, we would recommend everyone to go watch the jazz performances. That being said, we should point out that it was not perfect, and it did have a couple of drawbacks. One of the show...

REVIEW: South Park Addresses the Issue With “PC” Culture

REVIEW: South Park Addresses the Issue With “PC” Culture

Juan De Anda, Reporter

September 25, 2015


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Politics, the War on Terror, religion, censorship, celebrities, etc. You name it, Comedy Central’s South Park has tackled the issue in one of its episodes. The latest topic creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone took on: the “PC” (politically correct) culture. Political correctness refers to " The a...

Transporter Refueled: Movie Review

Carlos Sandoval, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2015


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Another Europa production, "The Transporter Refueled," being the fourth installment of the movie franchise The Transporter, does not disappoint. The movie takes us back into the early years of a combat trained, special forces driver named Frank, played by Ed Skrein, who is the best in the business i...

Review: The Weeknd Explores the Beauty Behind Music

Review: The Weeknd Explores the Beauty Behind Music

Juan De Anda, Reporter

September 11, 2015


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It’s finally here. After teasing the album by releasing several hit singles throughout the summer, Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd, has officially released his second studio album: Beauty Behind the Madness. The album features guest appearances from Ed Sheeran, Lana del Rey, Labrinth, Kanye West, and more. With h...

Welcome to Badlands

Welcome to Badlands

Natalie Guevara, Staff Reporter

September 2, 2015


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Leave the world with singer Halsey’s first album Badlands. An amazing album, Badlands includes both  hits "Hurricane" and "Ghost.” Halsey is an artist that is not afraid to speak the truth in her songs with deep and meaningful lyrics. A few days before revealing her full album, Halsey relea...

HOW TO: Make an Interactive Graphic Using ThingLink

HOW TO: Make an Interactive Graphic Using ThingLink

Jake Truesdel and Luis Jimenez

June 24, 2015


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This is a step-by-step guide on making an interactive graphic with a website called Thinglink.

Movie Review: The Giver

Movie Review: The Giver

Lika Khoperia, Staff Reporter

May 18, 2015


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22 years ago, in 1993, it was just a dystopian YA novel. 19 years ago it won a Newbery Medal and sold over 10 million copies. Last year, The Giver was released on August 11 as a science fiction movie, earning $4.7 million on its opening day. Grossing up to $12.3 million  later during the week, the fi...

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