Category: A&E

  • “Ramy” TV Series Review

    Eric Valenti A&E Editor On April 19, of this year, “Ramy,” a Hulu original tv series, was released. The drama follows the story of millennial Ramy Youssef who struggles to find a balance between his Muslim faith and the pressures of today’s societal expectations. But this isn’t a typical show following the story of someone […]

  • The Bachelor: Why I Watched It

    Zoe Kwasnicki Staff Writer It’s finally over. After weeks of intense glares, random crying, and glittery cocktail dresses, the 23rd season of The Bachelor has come to a close! This was my first experience with the infamous reality series. I started watching it for the same two reasons that anyone starts watching a show: 1) […]

  • Reality vs Fantasy of True Crimes

    Eric Valenti A&E Editor On January 26 of this year, “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” mini-series premiered to Netflix, revealing countless facts and secrets about Bundy and the murders that took place because of him. Two days following the release of the tapes, COTA’s film was released at the Sundance Film Festival […]

  • Vans Warped Tour/Music Festivals

    Taylor Green A&E Editor  Firefly, Coachella, Made in America, are all festivals that are held in the same place each year. The Vans Warped Tour is one of the few, if not only music festivals that traveled across the country. However, 2018 was their last complete run of the tour. Yet the tour curator Kevin […]

  • SLA Reacts to Pokemon Sword and Shield

    Lauren Nicolella Features Editor On February 27th, the Nintendo Switch Twitter account released a video releasing the new and highly anticipated Pokemon games titled Sword and Shield. The franchise is famous for releasing two versions of each game, giving the players a slight twist of specific pokemon and legendaries throughout with specific storylines to go […]