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#OscarsSoControversial

Alice Bennett, Reporter

March 14, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

The 2019 Academy Awards were surrounded by controversy this year from not having a host for the first time since 1989, to the two song limit to even cutting categories and then bringing them back. Despite all of this, the Oscars were surprisingly tame for all the buildup surrounding the event. The Oscars first had to deal with the issue of...

Engineering class tours local plant

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under HCP News, Technology

The engineering and design class toured the Xerox manufacturing facility last block day to learn more about robotics and manufacturing. After studying industrial engineering, statistics, batch processing, and lean manufacturing, the class got to see it in action at the Xerox plant, where the students...

January Food Review: Hunny Bunny Biscuit Co.

Dylan DelCol, Reporter/Copy Editor

March 3, 2019


Filed under Featured A&E, Opinion, Restaurants

This month's food review is all about the biscuits at Hunny Bunny Biscuit Co. on 23rd Street. Hunny Bunny Biscuit Co. was the brainchild of executive chef Chris McKenna and the Urban Management Group Inc. McKenna said in an interview with the Gazette that he had started dreaming up a biscuit m...

How it “All Falls Down,” the Black community challenging high fashion

Xavier Rhone, Reporter / Social Media Coordinator

February 28, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Opinion

In 2004, a young Chicago producer named Kanye West released his first studio album: "The College Dropout." One of the standout songs on the 21-track LP was the song “All Falls Down,” a soulful, four-minute dissection of materialism and insecurity within the African-American community. Remarkably, 15 ye...

Kendrick Lamar: A voice of a generation

Kendrick Lamar: A voice of a generation

Xavier Rhone, Reporter / Social Media Coordinator

February 27, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Opinion

Kendrick Lamar Duckworth was born  June 17, 1987, in Compton, Cali. Kendrick's life would change forever at the young age of 8 years old, when he was "inspired" after he saw Tupac Shakur, during the filming of a music video in Compton. Twenty-four years later, that inspiration would come to fruition...

Romance (and money) is in the air

February 12, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community

We all know what the middle of February means: discount candy day. But before people gorge themselves on half-off Snickers, they typically spend their time enjoying Valentine's Day with the people they love. There are plenty of ways to spend the day, from spending quality time with each other to just se...

‘Aquaman’,’Birdbox’ and ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ dominate the Holiday Season

Xavier Rhone, Reporter / Social Media Coordinator

January 31, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Student Life

The winter holiday saw a slew of feature-length films hit screens both big and small. Of the films that were on the tips of everyone's tongues this break, the three films that stood out were the superhero films 'Aquaman' and 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,' as well as the Netflix original, 'Bird Box.' James Wan's 'Aquaman' was o...

November Review: La Baguette

November Review: La Baguette

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

January 28, 2019


Filed under Restaurants

Anyone who’s spent time in Paris will recognize the atmosphere invoked by a good French bakery, and I admit it was almost cathartic to see it emulated here in La Baguette's low-lit and cozy bakery and pastry shop. This time around we have a snack-sized review to fit our snack-sized afternoon me...

Perfect Gift Ideas For The Holidays

Hani Mohamed and Gregory Richardson, Reporters

December 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community

The holidays are coming up so we all know that depending on who the receiving the gift that the price range is partial. Depending on who the gift is for you create a set price. Also depending on who it is, you choose specific things for people,we wouldn't want to give an older brother a barbie doll....

“Green Book” rolls into theaters just in time for the Holiday Season

“Green Book” rolls into theaters just in time for the Holiday Season

Xavier Rhone, Reporter / Social Media Coordinator

December 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Music

The historically-inspired dramatic comedy "Green Book" tells the story of an African-American pianist, Dr. Don Shirley, on a concert tour of the Jim Crow era Deep South. Shirley enlists the help of slick-talking Italian nightclub bouncer, Tony Lip, for protection on his tour. As the two polar opposites...

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