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Megan Park takes a traumatic event and makes a masterpiece

By Megan Claussen Staff Writer Written and directed by Megan Park, “The Fallout” follows high school student Vada (Jenna Ortega) as she forms a bond with popular high schooler Mia (Maddie Ziegler) in the aftermath of surviving a school shooting together.  It is a beautifully written and emotionally impactful look at tragedy and the grief that follows. This film is

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From dumb blonde to Harvard socialite: “Legally Blonde” tackles tough social issues through comedy

William Giblin and  Ariana Perez Valencia Staff Writers With witty jokes, vibrant characters and a timeless tale of self-discovery and overcoming stereotypes, “Legally Blonde” has remained a cult classic since its release on July 13, 2001. Featuring a humorous script written by Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah and the comical yet determined protagonist with a more profound social message embedded,

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Thrilling zombie apocalypse K-drama show makes its worth known around the world

By Arianna Medina Staff Writer “All of Us Are Dead” has made global phenomenons topping and placing in the Top 10 shows of Netflix within less than one week since its first release on Jan. 28, 2022, even reaching number one. Directed by Lee Jae-kyoo and Kim Nam-su, the 12-episode South Korean drama series had become a viral show has

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Raw and abrasive, “In Utero” still leads as a masterful work of contemporary rock

By Cayden Tsai and Sean Quigley Staff Writers Nirvana, a legendary rock band from the early 90s, sprouted an entirely new form of Rock overnight with their song “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” is a national grunge anthem representing the teenage angst of the millennial generation. Before their success, the band was created by Kurt Cobain and

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