Popular Game brings a whole new meaning to Quarantining: Among Us

By Kee'ara Smith, Editor As COVID-19 numbers climb, cities are starting to shut down early again. Restaurants, malls, stores and many buildings with large numbers in business have begun closing early as 6 p.m. during the week/weekend stay in compliance with city ordinances. This has caused many families to begin quarantining again.  Though being in... Continue Reading →

Film Review: “Mimic” (2017): A Modern Take on a Korean Urban Legend

By Thuy-Linh Dang, Co-Editor-in-Chief “The Mimic,” which was originally titled “Jang-san Beom,” is a South Korean horror film that was written and directed by Huh Jung in 2017. The film is inspired by the Korean urban legend of a man-eating creature that preys on humans by mimicking human voices. The film opens with an unnamed... Continue Reading →

Banned Books Week: “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain Review

Jolie Nguyen, Staff Writer Photo courtesy of Target, by way of Google Images The novel “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain has surprisingly appeared in the “Banned Books” list. The book is a kid story but implies a darker meaning about the racism and slavery, a major issue not in America only, but... Continue Reading →

Banned Books Week: “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien Review

Jolie Nguyen, Staff Writer Many Americans and Vietnamese people, especially the soldiers. remember the Vietnam war as nightmare. Memories about the war haunted each soldier’s mind like a ghost that they all want to be rid of.  The soldiers who came back from Vietnam were haunted by those nightmares and a lot of them had... Continue Reading →

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