Wolverine makes a comeback

April 10, 2017 12:43 pm0 comments

Marvel has done it yet again. Logan was released on March 3 and it lived up to Marvel fans’ expectations. With the original X-Men movies, the X-Men first class movies, and the Wolverine movies, fans were wondering how Marvel was going to continue after the “X Men: Apocalypse.” In “X-Men […]

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Staff writer picks potential Grammy winner

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Album of the year   “25” _ Adele   Though people argue that Beyonce has won with her Lemonade album don’t count Adele out with hit songs like Hello, Send My Love (To your lover), and Water Under the Bridge being the most requested on the radio.   Record of […]

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Morphin’ time?

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Morphin’ time?

I don’t think I’ll ever look at “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” the same way after seeing the new movie. Adaptations of older films or other entertainment properties will always be an interesting and infuriating topic. Over the past decade, and especially in recent years, the film industry has been going […]

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WATCH THIS: ‘Get Out’ provides unsettling, hysterical plot with racial twists

March 14, 2017 9:16 am0 comments
WATCH THIS: ‘Get Out’ provides unsettling, hysterical plot with racial twists

Writer-director Jordan Peele has most definitely produced one of the best horror, thriller and suspenseful films yet. “Get Out” is a therapeutic horror film that’s mostly taking aim at racial tension that’s currently happening through America. It is the No. 1 film, making $30 million in the box office last […]

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Delta students shine onstage in ‘Eurydice’

March 13, 2017 12:22 pm0 comments
Delta students shine onstage in ‘Eurydice’

The San Joaquin Delta College Arts & Communication Division presents their own production of “Eurydice,” a play originally written by Sarah Ruhl. The play was showing at the Alfred H. Muller Studio Theatre from March 9-12, is directed by Ashlee Temple and stars a fantastic cast of Delta students. The […]

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Female leads in movies: Are they still a problem?

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Female leads in movies: Are they still a problem?

Everybody hates the new “Ghostbusters” film. But it did breathe new life into the age-old debate about representing women in entertainment. This quarrel is flooded with comments such as “there’s not enough female leads in the entertainment industry,” and “women are always portrayed as sex objects,” or anything relating to […]

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Finally, a new approach to the Bachelorette

February 24, 2017 2:48 pm0 comments

The Bachelorette is adding diversity for the first time, hopefully trying to mix things up. In 2003, ABC began airing The Bachelorette which is a spin off to the show The Bachelor. The person selected had 20 or so potential suitors to choose from. The goal was to find love […]

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Beyoncé’s album snubbed at Grammys

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Each year the Grammy Award ceremony hosts some of the most talented and highly acclaimed artists in the music industry. A nomination for the prestigious awards is an honor, but not all artists can win in each of their proposed categories. Presumably there will be controversy in all categories to […]

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Some things never change, including the Oscars

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Some things never change, including the Oscars

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony is only a couple days away and everybody is so excited to see “La La Land” pull a clean sweep with 14 nominations in 13 categories, as well as take home the glorious Best Picture award. People are going to be real disappointed when “Lion” […]

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Great ‘Kylie’ war comes to end

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A trademark battle between reality star Kylie Jenner and Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue appears to have come to an end. The dispute between the two Kylies has been going on for almost two years, according to CNBC. The two women have been battling over the name “Kylie” for both […]

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2017 Oscars preview

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The 89th annual Academy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 26. It is the biggest night of the year for film fans around the world as we celebrate the great films released in 2016. “Yes, of course I plan on watching the Oscars this year,” said […]

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iPhones theater mode, good idea?

February 15, 2017 11:03 pm0 comments

Earlier this year it was rumored that “Theater mode” may be the newest feature coming soon to Apple products on the iOS 10.3 update. According to 9to5mac.com the features of the supposed new update would include disabling notifications for calls and messages, muting sounds and dimming the brightness of the […]

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Nintendo switches off its fans

February 12, 2017 5:12 pm0 comments
Nintendo switches off its fans

Hype: The public’s intense need to throw hundreds of dollars at something they see once and the company who owns the product reacts with “oh, yeah, look at these awesome five things about our product, you don’t want to be the unlucky few who don’t have it, right?” Oh, society, […]

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Adidas sneakers outperforming Nike

February 10, 2017 12:19 pm0 comments

Nike just made it clear that the sneaker market is no longer athlete focused with an announcement that they won’t produce an All-Star theme basketball shoe for 2017. The reason? No demand. This shift represents a move away from the signature athlete sneaker, as sneakerheads are going for a different […]

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College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

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College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

The campus isn’t the only thing getting a make-over. The Associated Students of Delta College (ASDC) is looking to revamp campus life with a series of College Hour events on campus this semester. “Every month on the third Thursday of the month we have a college hour which is-with the […]

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‘Eurydice’ performance paired with fundraiser in March

February 2, 2017 11:37 am0 comments
‘Eurydice’ performance paired with fundraiser in March

A Women’s History Month Gala Fundraising will be hosting an event featuring the Delta Drama production of Eurydice in San Joaquin Delta college starting on March 8.

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