Discover how the “Black Panther” wrestles with thought-provoking topics while measuring up to Marvel’s past production quality, leading it to come in fifth in opening weekend movie sales.
A restaurant review by Mike Toam of 503 Sushi Bar located in downtown Salem in the historic Reed Opera House.
Bronte Brooke reviews Dr. Colette Tennant’s Creative Writing class’s chapel showcase during finals week.
A summary of Cineclub’s underground film festival awards ceremony.
A student reviews IKE Box and its positive traits.
This is really, really, really a music review on Carly Rae’s newest single, “I Really Like You.” Rebekah Peters dives in head first to dissect the deep, meaningful lyrics and asks the question, “Can it ever compare to ‘Call Me Maybe’?”
Need some extra motivation to go see Mockingjay, the newest movie installment of the Hunger Games trilogy? Check out this movie review, written by Haley Meili, for an inspiring look at the raw human nature and sacrifice found in this movie.
Sarina Girangaya and Angie Knight tackle Taylor Swift’s newest album in this music review. “1989” was released at the end of October and has been bursting the charts ever since–take a look at what Girangaya and Knight think.
Kelsey Leavitt offers a review of the Christian classic: Hinds’ Feet On High Places by Hannah Hurnard.
Senior and comic book buff Jeff Morse gives his review for Thor: Dark World.