A Project for Better Journalism chapter
Column

Reviews

“The Punisher” hits Netflix

March 21, 2018 8:38pm | Iris Valles

The TV show The Punisher has been ranked 29th according to IMDb, making it one of the most popular shows out there. After the murder of his family, Marine veteran Frank Castle became a vigilante known as “The Punisher.” The one thing on his mind […]

Justin Kilgore could be country music’s next big star

March 19, 2018 8:01pm | Megan Wedhorn

Recently, the small town of Buffalo, Texas, has made headlines due to former student, Justin Kilgore appearing on the first episode of this seasons NBC’s The Voice. For his audition, Kilgore performed the song “Tomorrow” by country singer Chris Young, which earned him a four […]

John Green makes a come back with “Turtles All the Way Down”

March 18, 2018 8:33pm | Megan Wedhorn

Since publishing his first book, Looking For Alaska, a little over a decade ago, award-winning author John Green, has gone onto publish some amazing books, including Paper Towns, The Fault in Our Stars, and his most recent book Turtles All the Way Down. Turtles All […]

Bazzi jams out with 90’s vibe

March 15, 2018 12:38pm | Josalyn Taylor

Commonly known as Bazzi, Andrew Bazzi was the first artist to release a song on Vine “Featured Track.” He dropped his single ‘Bring Me Home’ in September 2015 and received millions of views and likes on his Vine profile. After dropping a few singles, Bazzi […]

Billie Eilish extends success

March 12, 2018 12:07pm | Kayla Saenz

California singer and dancer Billie Eilish is one of the youngest successful artists at the age of 15. She has already booked her first tour across North America. On her recent album Don’t Smile at Me, her most popular song, and my favorite, is “Watch.” […]

Young Sheldon is perfect for everyone

March 9, 2018 12:06pm | Megan Wedhorn

From the creators of America’s number one hit sitcom The Big Bang Theory, comes a new sitcom known as Young Sheldon. Eleven years after The Big Bang Theory first aired on television, CBS decided that it was time to make a new show that showcases […]

“Thank You for Your Service” is more than a war film

March 6, 2018 11:07am | Ashley Thunderhawk

Jason Hall directed Thank You For Your Service, a movie that shadows the struggles that soldiers have from coming back to the civilian life after serving overseas. Throughout the movie three soldiers come home from deployment and transition back into civilian life. Thank You For […]

“Jane the Virgin” Review

March 3, 2018 7:39pm | Iris Valles

The TV show Jane the Virgin is about a girl who made a promise to her grandma that she would not lose her virginity before marriage. She went to get a checkup and actor Yara Martinez, who plays Luisa, accidentally artificially inseminates Jane. The TV […]

Trilogy full of twists and turns

February 28, 2018 7:29pm | Itzel Velazquez

Paul Pilkington wrote a trilogy of Emma Holden: The One You Love, The One You Fear, and The One You Trust.  The trilogy is full of mystery and suspense.  Emma Holden nightmare begins in The One You Love. Her fiance disappears leaving his brother dead […]

The 100 sets futuristic life into motion

February 25, 2018 3:52pm | Tana Cleveland

The 100 is a series that was released less than two years ago. It envisions what the future could perhaps be if certain things were to occur in the world. It is a great mix of heart, adventure and tragedy. It shows a possibility of […]