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Opinion: “Borderlands 3” Review

Opinion: “Borderlands 3” Review

Mia Kollar, reporter

October 16, 2019

Borderlands is a four-player first person shooter game that has been apart of the gaming community for almost 10 years. In Borderlands, players take on the role of a treasure hunter (Vault Hunter). Players are transported to Pandora, a planet, to look for treasure. Players go on quests and gather lar...

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 25, 2019

Each Friday, new music swarms streaming platforms across the world. As millions of artists push to have their music heard, very few are able to stand out among the masses. Here are my takes on three upcoming artists to watch out for:  Sueco the Child Sueco the Child first became famous when his song “...

Déjà Brew: Red House Kitchen

Déjà Brew: Red House Kitchen

Sedona Sayers, reporter

September 20, 2019

For 13 years I lived in the small town of Imperial Beach on the southern border of San Diego, California. This summer I had the privilege to revisit my hometown and continue my coffee review column with a small cafe called the Red House Kitchen (RHK).    About the Cafe  Founded in 201...

Opinion | Fine Tuned | September 16

Opinion | Fine Tuned | September 16

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 16, 2019

Each Friday, new music swarms streaming platforms across the world. As millions of artists push to have their music heard, very few are able to stand out among the masses. Here are my takes on three upcoming artists to watch out for:  UMI  Meet UMI, a young songwriter from California. UMI is an ange...

Opinion: Aftershocks

Opinion: Aftershocks

Sedona Sayers, business manager/reporter

September 11, 2019

On a late summer Tuesday in September 2001, Tina Sayers, my mother, started getting ready for work, preparing for a normal day at the office. Still in her bathrobe, she heard her neighbor knock on her door.  “Turn on the TV!” the neighbor said. “The World Trade Center’s on fire!”  She ...

Opinion | Bona Fide | “When I Get Home”

Opinion | Bona Fide | “When I Get Home”

Josh Margherita, reporter

March 7, 2019

The little sister of pop’s reigning Queen of R&B, Beyonce, Solange Knowles, simply known as Solange, is the cultural embodiment of the beginning of the end of white, male dominance of music. That being said, her latest album “When I Get Home” is a return to her Houston-roots with a heavy Ch...

Opinion | Bona Fide | Astroworld Tour

Opinion | Bona Fide | Astroworld Tour

Josh Margherita, reporter

February 21, 2019

Travis Scott, the eventual second heir to the current throne of rap (only behind Drake) sold out the Enterprise Center, Feb. 18. The crowd at a Travis Scott concert is unlike any other. Enterprise Center even had a sign up at the door that read: “THIS IS A HIGH-ENERGY EVENT: By attending t...

Opinion | Bona Fide | “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”

Opinion | Bona Fide | “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”

Josh Margherita, reporter

February 7, 2019

WARNING: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” is Rated R by the MPAA for crude sexual content including some graphic nudity, strong language and drug references. Amy Heckerling’s “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” (1982) is a must-see because of its ability to capture  humor so effortlessly a...

Opinion | Bona Fide | “Outer Peace”

Opinion | Bona Fide | “Outer Peace”

Josh Margherita, reporter

January 24, 2019

A staple of the ‘chillwave’ movement in 2010-2011, Toro y Moi lent a helping hand in the creation of the genre and, whether or not anyone has noticed, has been developing upon his unique style ever since. A connoisseur in electronic pop, Toro y Moi’s eighth studio album, “Outer Peace,”...

Opinion | Bona Fide | “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou”

Opinion | Bona Fide | “The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou”

Josh Margherita, reporter

January 17, 2019

WARNING: “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” is rated R by the MPAA for language, some drug use, violence and partial nudity. Wes Anderson’s “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” (2004) is a must-see because of its imaginative stretch in film and eccentric personality that only Wes Ander...

Two sides to every story

Two sides to every story

January 9, 2019

When the EHS-hub first began working on "Putting up a fight," our in-depth look at the #MeToo movement, we noticed that there were two sides to every story. With such a controversial topic like sexual misconduct, males and females often have varying viewpoints, so we decided to take a look at one male...

2019 senior columns | The end of the beginning | Josh Margherita

2019 senior columns | The end of the beginning | Josh Margherita

Josh Margherita, reporter

December 18, 2018

If I could describe my high school experience in one word, it would be transforming. At the beginning of my high school career, I was a lost soul searching for my place in a world too-far-gone. Freshman year was an inside joke that I was on the viewing side for. I felt lost, as if I had no pu...

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