By Hope Paris Continue reading Comic: Kim and Trump
By Alana Wallace Continue reading Comic: Kanye and Trump
Not only did they return with smiles on their faces, but also with three, three-foot tall trophies and two gold plaques. Continue reading Chamber and Symphonic Orchestra Take Home the Win!
The image of the week is a sketch of Bob Dylan, drawn by Jacob Knutson. Continue reading Image of the Week: Bob Dylan
Comic by Kirsten Ahlrichs Continue reading Editorial Comic: Santa’s Deals
Editorial cartoon from Adam Henrickson. Comic made using Strip Creator. Continue reading Cartoon: Not Torture . . .
Comic by Calista Giannonatti Continue reading Editorial Cartoon: Political Paranoia
Cartoon by Kirsten Ahlrichs Continue reading Editorial Cartoon: Thanksgiving
By Adam Grigg America has always had an on-again, off-again relationship with those crazy Brits. Our Nation’s history began with a few harsh feelings between us, but in the time since, we’ve gotten closer, if not friendlier. The British are strange, foreign and yet very familiar; they’re like a funhouse mirror, reflecting ourselves but oddly distorted. For example, they call French fries “chips” and chips … Continue reading What Makes Monty Python Funny?
By Aaron Thies When a person reads a book or watches a movie or the television, that person is whisked away to the world the creator invents with their words or imagery. The person observes as the story unfolds and experiences the emotions, the adventures, and the hardships the main character encounters; and, if the story is good enough, the observer grows attached to the … Continue reading The New Narrative of Video Games: Text Adventures
By Aaron Thies Trying to explain the movie Rubber is like trying to lead a pep assembly full of teenagers in a cheer: it’s going to be messy, so bear with me. The central point Rubber revolves around is the cinematic element of “no reason,” which is basically writer/director Quentin Dupieux’s way of saying, “I don’t get it either.” This movie would be extremely hard … Continue reading Movies: Rubber Defies Reason and Entertains
For many, summer is a time to break out a book and kick back in ways we don’t have time to do during the school year, and this is particularly true for teachers. We asked a few teachers to share what they read this summer and their choices are as various as the subjects they teach. Find a good book by looking at their lists, … Continue reading What did the teachers read this summer?
By Joe Raudebaugh Star Fox is one of the best series Nintendo has created, and the best rail shooter out there. The game Star Fox is about a fighter squadron called StarFox. The team includes Fox McCloud, a fox, Falco Lombardi, a bird, Peppy Hare, a rabbit, Slippy Toad, a frog,and two other characters: General Pepper and Andross, the main antagonist of the series. The … Continue reading Game Review: Starfox
by: Alan Smithee When I was about 8 years old I was done with Disney, done with PBS, even done with Cartoon Network. I didn’t want to be a kid anymore, I wanted to be treated like an adult; I wanted to go to bed later than 8:30, I wanted to go trick or treating all by myself, I wanted to dress myself! My parents … Continue reading The Movie Buff Looks Back on Gummo