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Rick and Morty: Season 3

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Yecheng Wang. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD Alright, it’s been a while since the last episode of “Rick and Morty” was released. So, hopefully, you’ve seen it all by now. It’s been a long ride for the show, coming from late-night network Adult Swim to the American-pop-culture pantheon and your favorite dank meme compilations. Starting as a “Back to the Future” parody called “Doc and M ...

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“Justice League” Movie Review

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Jason Wang. https://youtu.be/g_6yBZKj-eo MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD When Batman keeps finding signs of an impending invasion of Earth, he goes out to recruit some of the world’s most powerful meta-humans. The mostly-reluctant heroes join him, but they soon realize that they cannot defeat the forces of Steppenwolf without Superman, and concoct a plan to bring him back to life. Afte ...

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A Summer High Goes to College

Written by Mary Friedman. Media by Mary Friedman and Allyson Mitchell. National touring band, A Summer High, made a stop in Greenville, Illinois on Monday, November 13th. The band and their manager, Dan Beck, have been working alongside a Greenville University Experience First group. Experience First is a branch of University 401 that gives students real-world experience by partnering them with different co ...

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2017 Moment: Correa Proposes at World Series

Written by Josh Robinson. Media by Jason Wang. They say that the beautiful thing about baseball is that anything can happen. Well, it’s always a beautiful sight to see when someone proposes to their girlfriend in front of millions of fans at a baseball game. Who would’ve ever thought someone would propose in front of millions of fans at a World Series, especially after your favorite team wins? After the gam ...

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Even Stranger Things

Written by Sarah Burgener. Media by Yecheng Wang. During July of 2016, people from all around binge-watched and fell in love with a new science fiction show called "Stranger Things." As a Netflix original, viewers were able to watch every episode of season one on Netflix, a streaming option for televisions and computers at home. Since most people watched the first season in about a week and fell in love wit ...

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The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Kayla Morton. In 1924, the world witnessed the first of what would become the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Although it took a hiatus for World War II, the parade has been a holiday staple. And, in 1946, it entered American homes, being televised for the first time. It all began when Macy’s employees asked to put on a parade. They were hoping to celebrate life in ...

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The Magnificast

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Kayla Morton. In today’s age, there is a podcast on almost anything. Do you want a serial drama about supernatural events occurring in a town? Try "King Falls AM" or "Welcome to Night Vale." Do you want the latest Star Wars gossip and fan-theories? Try "Fangirls Going Rogue" or "Unmistakably Star Wars." If you’re interested in politics, try NPR. Podcasts provide a space t ...

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Mark Barigye: New to the Stage

Written by Josh Robinson. Media by Kayla Morton. There’s nothing like improv! This is Greenville’s version of "Saturday Night Live" and "Wild 'n Out" combined. Many people have tried out for Greenville’s improv team, Joyous Chaos, but only a few were able to make the cut. It’s either you have a really good sense of humor or you don’t. The newcomers to the team have been very exciting to see, but one has sto ...

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“Sequel-itis”

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Jason Wang. “Not as good as the first one.” That’s what people usually say about sequels. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, sequels have been the thing sort of keeping multiplexes open for the past 20-ish years. People who love these noisy moving pictures like to blame the decline of “good” movies on the sequels. While I partially agree that sequels are killing the ind ...

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LGBTQ+ Young Adult Books

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Yecheng Wang. Ever since gay marriage was made federally legal back in 2015, there’s been more and more exposure to the LGBTQ+ community for people who, perhaps, haven’t experienced much or any of it. From gay comic-book superheroes, lesbian movie spies, transsexual athletes, your bisexual neighbor, and more, the LGBTQ+ community isn’t just here, it’s now becoming a normal p ...

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