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Satire: Teacher’s Anime Twitter Post Sparks Calls for Resignation

Connor Karst, Social Media Editor

December 6, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Connor's Credible Crevice

On Friday at 6:17 PM, Henry Holtz, science teacher, tweeted three words. The tweet, currently with sixteen likes and seven retweets, has been a major topic of discussion for several concerned citizens in the Marquette community ever since. The tweet, reading “DUBS NOT SUBS,” has many wondering...

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Review

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Review

Alex McAteer, Opinions McAteer

November 27, 2017


Filed under McAteer's Media Mashup, Opinions, Reviews

Just fair warning: the following review is going to be filled with praise of fan service and an overall rose tinted perspective. As a kid I spent days on end playing Battlefront 2 (2005) and I loved every second of it. I was obsessed with the clones, clad in shiny white armor with blue stripes running d...

Satire: ‘Man’s Not Hot’ Is the Greatest Poem of the Century

Satire: ‘Man’s Not Hot’ Is the Greatest Poem of the Century

Connor Karst, Social Media Editor

November 12, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Connor's Credible Crevice, Opinions

When people think of poets, there are a few names that come to mind immediately. Maya Angelou, William Shakespeare, and Homer are often cited as some of the influential and brilliant. Today, I’d like to make a compelling argument for Big Shaq. Big Shaq may be a fresh face to the rap scene, but his...

“Stranger Things” Season 2 Review

“Stranger Things” Season 2 Review

Alex McAteer, Opinions Editor

November 1, 2017


Filed under A&L, McAteer's Media Mashup, Opinions, Reviews, TV Shows

I really want Steve Harrington’s hair. “Stranger Things 2” brought me back. It made me feel nostalgia for a time I have never known. Much like I  compared “It” to the scene of Elliot first meeting E.T. in his shed, this season of "Stranger Things" is like the first 20 minutes of Th...

Satire: Student SoundCloud Rapper Criticized for Unoriginal Content

Satire: Student SoundCloud Rapper Criticized for Unoriginal Content

Connor Karst, Social Media Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Connor's Credible Crevice

Orchestra students spend hours practicing their instruments. For some, it’s too much. Joel Gallagher, freshman, had been playing the cello since elementary school. “I spent most of middle school going through the same daily grind: study, play the cello, study, play the cello. I wanted to...

Moral Orel Review

Moral Orel Review

Alex McAteer, Opinions Editor

October 25, 2017


Filed under A&L, McAteer's Media Mashup, TV Shows

“Moral Orel” is deceptively funny. I remember sitting on the couch in my living room laughing hilariously, not noticing my mother’s look of disgusted concern: “That’s actually really dark. Why are you laughing?” Why was I laughing? Because “Moral Orel” drags you in with it’s inno...

Local Band: Decedy

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

October 22, 2017


Filed under Austin's Music Talk, Music

In today’s world, where rap is the most popular genre of music and anyone with a headset and a Soundcloud account can do it, a band with a strong dedication to the tenets of classic rock is more rare than ever. But Decedy, a local rock band influenced by classic groups like Led Zeppelin and Rush,...

Review: Heaven Upside Down

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

October 21, 2017


Filed under Austin's Music Talk, Music

I haven’t seen an album with this messy of a rollout since The Life of Pablo. Announced last year as Say10, the new Marilyn Manson album was slated for release on Valentine’s Day of 2017. The anticipation was killing me, and when Valentine’s Day finally rolled around, the album was nowhere to be...

Satire: AP student receives “B+” on assignment, believes God is punishing him

Satire: AP student receives “B+” on assignment, believes God is punishing him

Connor Karst, Social Media Editor

October 15, 2017


Filed under Connor's Credible Crevice

“God is punishing me.” This is what Aaron Keelmeyer, senior, attributes to his scandalous failure last Thursday in Frank Stein’s AP Psychology class during sixth hour. Keelmeyer is an honors student who prior to this tragedy never received anything other than an “A.” His parents attrib...

“Punisher” Preview

“Punisher” Preview

Alex McAteer, Opinions Editor

September 28, 2017


Filed under McAteer's Media Mashup

With the "Punisher" Netflix series trailer coming out last week fervor for the character is high. The trailer plays it close to the chest, only showing us a little of the story, but plenty of the brutal action we were hoping for. In the trailer, we are introduced to Data, The Punisher’s partner in kil...

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