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The Courier

Worthy to Stand on Its Own: A “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” review

Worthy to Stand on Its Own: A “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” review

Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a fresh take on the detective genre and an overall stunning film.
Bee Bishop, Editor in Chief
December 12, 2022
Killer Klassix: Bone Thugs’n’Harmony- “E. 1999 Eternal”

Killer Klassix: Bone Thugs’n’Harmony- “E. 1999 Eternal”

Rap collective Bone Thugs ’n’ Harmony’s second album showcased some of the most unique and relatable music of its time.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
December 5, 2022
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Wednesday’s Child is Not All Woe

In the latest portrayal of the Addams family, the focus is on their spooky daughter and her misadventures in a predictive yet wholly different setting.
Mariana Quezada, Staff Writer
December 5, 2022
Killer Klassix; Thursday- “Full Collapse”

Killer Klassix; Thursday- “Full Collapse”

Thursday paves the way for a sound rooted in aggression and relates to fans through moments of hardship and discontent, offering solace by melody.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
November 21, 2022
Caption by Misbah Kaludi

Lessons Learned From Going Vegan for a Week

I temporarily gave up all animal products, resulting in lots of disappointment but discovery as well.
Khadijah Rashid, Staff Writer
November 21, 2022
Graphic by Misbah Kaludi

My First Vegan Thanksgiving

I started a vegan diet this past week, and I plan to carry it through Thanksgiving.
Noah McBrien, Staff Writer
November 21, 2022
Killer Klassix: Vanilla Ice- “Hard To Swallow”

Killer Klassix: Vanilla Ice- “Hard To Swallow”

Taking influence from Nu-metal and pairing it with free-verse rap, Vanilla Ice’s “Hard to Swallow” is exactly that, faltering in every aspect of his departure; death-gripping his ego on the failure which re-launched his career.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
November 14, 2022
Killer Klassix: Coheed And Cambria– The Second Stage Turbine Blade

Killer Klassix: Coheed And Cambria– “The Second Stage Turbine Blade”

"The Second Stage Turbine Blade” is a search for an other-worldly melody that transcends the medium.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
November 14, 2022
Graphic by Misbah Kaludi

Guest Opinion: Jeffrey Dahmer Series— Can’t not watch

Why you can’t keep yourself from watching the Netflix Jeffrey Dahmer series.
Princess Siafa, Guest Writer
November 7, 2022
Man Of The People Packs The Mac

Man Of The People Packs The Mac

After opening up, Tomasulo’s set, well crafted and unique, struck the audience with a sense of judgmental relatability
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
November 7, 2022
Killer Klassix; Mock Orange’s Sixes and Nines

Killer Klassix; Mock Orange’s “Sixes and Nines”

"Sixes And Nines" delivers on some of the industry’s most musically experimental elements while putting forth their best musical foot forward in order to exhibit the fruits of undiscovered talent.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
November 7, 2022
Killer Klassix; “Something to Write Home About”

Killer Klassix; “Something to Write Home About”

Through melodies, experimental harmonies and heart-like rhythms, “Something To Write Home About” established the foundation for the following 20 years of an entire musical genre, including offshoots.
Antonio Llanos, Staff Writer
October 31, 2022
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