Finding “The Way Through Doors”

Michelle Mata - Page Editor

October 19, 2009

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  Once upon a time, I was lost in Stanislaus County Library. I was under the impression that interesting books existed in such an institution, but my search seemed to become increasingly futile. After scavenging the shelves for...

A Show to Sink Your Teeth Into

Jordan Garcia - Staff Writer

October 7, 2009

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The CW bites into this fall season with the highly anticipated Vampire Diaries adding yet another vampire-themed TV show to America’s collection. I have no idea why vampires intrigue us so much, but The Vampire Diaries is g...

The New Career: A Scribblenaut

Lukas Hibdon - Senior Staff Writer

October 2, 2009

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I first started playing Scribblenauts with high expectations. The hype surrounding this game was very high coming out after E3 (a game convention). The details that came in leading up to the release of Scribblenauts got me the most e...

A Gleeful Change in Television

Leanna Jasek-Rysdahl - Managing Editor

October 2, 2009

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  Delight, pleasure, joy, elation, jubilation! These are synonyms for Glee, the new TV show on Fox. These words not only describe the show’s title, but also describe the atmosphere on the television series. There is a kind o...

No”body” Likes Jennifer’s Body

Lex McLeod - Staff Writer

October 2, 2009

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One can go out on the street, and ask any guy—or girl—who the hottest female celebrity is, and just about all of them would say the same thing: Megan Fox. Megan Fox has quickly become America’s foxiest celebrity, and is m...

All About Steve: Sandra’s Worst

Lex McLeod - Staff Writer

October 2, 2009

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     The year was 1997. Sandra Bullock was quickly becoming an A-list actress after starring in blockbuster hits such as Speed, While You Were Sleeping, and The Net. Rolling Stone magazine featured Bullock the cover, and tit...

Catching Fire Spreads Like…

Leanna Jasek-Rysdahl - Managing Editor

September 11, 2009

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  I have officially fallen in love. For two days, I was attached to the second book in the Hunger Games trilogy, Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. I didn’t expect this book to compare to the first book (The Hunger Games) because...

10 Things I Hate About You… Again

Samantha Trout - Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 4, 2009

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  ABC Family is famous for producing the typical, melodramatic teen show. To accompany the usual, uncomplicated plot, the channel often throws in “those little life lessons” to make everything more educational. And really,...

An Immortal Triology

Leanna Jasek-Rysdahl - Managing Editor

September 4, 2009

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  The thing I love most about reading is that you never know when a book will take you by surprise with a great hook, and keep you reading from cover to cover. When I first saw the book, The Alchemyst: the Secrets of the Imm...

An Exciting Year For Gamers

Lukas Hibdon - Staff Writer

September 4, 2009

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  With summer coming to an end, the video game industry is finally picking up on some excellent games to be released. A couple of them are the multiplatform Batman: Arkham Asylum, Madden 10, and the Xbox Live exclusive Shadow ...

Tarantino Strikes in Inglorious Basterds

Lex Mcleod - Staff Writer

September 4, 2009

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  The search for a movie that can skillfully balance brutality and humor well has become a wild goose chase these days.  But no more worries, my fellow teenage American moviegoers. If you like movies such as Death Proof, the Kill...

District 9 is Out of This World

Lex McLeod - Staff Writer

September 4, 2009

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  Every now and then, a movie comes along that has the perfect mix of editing, directing, acting, and plot that shakes the film industry. District 9 isn’t exactly one of these movies, but it’s pretty darn close. Now don...

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