Category: Reviews

Bonnaroo 2011 Lineup Has Some Surprises

Festivals like Bonnaroo are one of the best things about music. When dozens of bands from dozens of different genres come together and rock away the weekend, good times are had by all. In the past few years, Bonnaroo has…

Metal Facts and Brutal Truths

Decade of Aggression While naysayers will claim that metal reached a new low in the 2ooo’s, anyone who is willing to scratch the surface will discover that metal actually reached new highs.  One thing that metalheads have always bragged about…

The Reading Room: Wuthering Heights

Along with the tons of modern books that it contains, the library has some classics as well. Much of the literature in the library is written by beloved authors such as Jane Austen and Earnest Hemingway. You would think that…

Grammy Awards: The Performances

On Sunday, February 1 in Los Angeles, California, from 8 to 11:30, the Grammy Awards delivered one of their most memorable performances in years.  The show started with Lady Gaga and Elton John performing “Poker Face.” After Stephen Colbert began…

Book Review: Cherub

Cherub: The Recruit You pass them every day of your life but never notice.  Cherub agents are all under the age of seventeen and are highly trained spies capable of incredible feats.  The Cherub Institute houses over 150 of these…

The Reading Room: The Mysterious Benedict Society

The library at the middle school is full of exceptional books. You can find anything you’re looking for there, from biographies to teen fiction. Another great aspect of the library system is that the library consistently orders brand new books.…

Love is in the Air…and the Movie Theaters

As Valentines Day came and went, love is in the air, especially in cinemas. Various romance movies have been released in the past month. Some of the most anticipated movies of the new year are When in Rome (Jan. 29),…