Browse Bookshelves Not Netflix This Christmas Season

Chloe Swinney, Reporter

December 13, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

At this time of year, Netflix is stocked with enough Hallmark movies to last a lifetime, but you can only watch the same old plot line so many times before it starts to take its toll. Luckily, there are many holiday novels to choo...

Justice League Looks to Build On DC Comics Universe

Justin Lowery, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

After the recent success of the Marvel movies, DC Comics decided to reboot its movie universe in order to compete with the popular Avengers movies. The DC universe kicked off in 2013 with Man of Steel starring Henry Cavill as Superman ...

Pixar Celebrates Mexican Culture with “Coco”

Marlem Reyes, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Creating a cinematically beautiful and universal story anybody can relate to while focusing on a single culture is no easy feat, but Disney Pixar does just that in the movie “Coco”. The directors, Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina...

CHS and Clark’s Orchestra Fall Concert Takes Place Tonight

Jordyn Ohashi, Reporter

November 8, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

Clovis High and Clark Intermediate Orchestra will be performing at their Orchestra Fall Concert tonight at 7 p.m. in the Paul Shaghoian Concert Hall.  Admission to the concert is $5 for adults and $2 for students. At the ...

Stranger Things Addresses Issues Not at All Strange to American Teens

Natalie Jones, Reporter

November 1, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

“Stranger Things” is a science fiction Netflix series taking place in the 1980s. In season one the characters experienced paranormal threats from the parallel universe, the Upside Down. The end of season 1 left Eleven (Mi...

IT Worth Seeing

Josiah Majors, Reporter

September 25, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

In 1990, It was released as a two part TV special, and  now 27 years later, It has made its proper entrance onto the big screen. Both projects were based off the novel It written by the notorious king of horror and suspense,...

A Student’s Taste in Music ;What Does it Mean To Them

Justin Franco, Reporter

September 22, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

One of the things seen most around school is a kid talking to his or her friends or sitting around with earbuds in. Whether just to relax before class or empty their head at home; music is something constantly revolving around kid...

Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 Review

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

May 17, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Droids, ballads, battles - oh my! The most recent installment in the Guardians of the Galaxy saga continued on a strong note by utilizing all three of these components in varying degrees. As May 5 rolled around, diligent Marvel...

Lion: A Tale of Discovery

Alexa VanHooser, Reporter

March 29, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The 2016 Oscars were notorious for their lack of diversity. This year, the Oscars found themselves filled with diverse actors, stories, and styles. Lion is no exception. Though intended for release in select theaters, the spotlight on Indian ...

A Tale as Old as Time Classic takes on Theaters Once More

Megan Dean, reporter

March 22, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Disney’s “Tale as Old as Time” movie, Beauty and The Beast, waltzed into theaters once more March 17. The recreation of the classic storyline changed the look of the 1991 animated movie by bringing the story to life throug...

This is Us

Megan Dean, Reporter

March 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

In a television world full of shows where profanity, good gone bad, and sex appeal are core elements of their plot, a TV show centered around fixing a seemingly broken family should get drowned out by its competition. However...

Kehler’s Surprise Preformance

Brooke Sauceda, Reporter

February 24, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Clovis High School’s production of Peter Pan on January 28 ended with an extra special song for the school’s drama teacher Susan Kehler. Peter Pan was Kehler’s last show at Clovis High before her retirement this spring. To ...

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