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Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express

Franceen Perera, Copy and Managing Editor

December 4, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

The latest remake of this quintessential Agatha Christie mystery novel contains enough impressive cast members, lavish costumes, and breathtaking scenery...

Give Netflix a Chance

Give Netflix a Chance

December 4, 2017

Oscar season is just underway and three movies that should definitely be in contention for the 90th Academy Awards are “The Meyerowitz Stories,” “Mudbound,”...

A trip to capture the coast

A trip to capture the coast

November 18, 2017

A new photo exhibition on campus showcases an inspirational trip up the California coast which gave San Diego City College students the chance to meet...

Don’t forget your tissues

Don’t forget your tissues

Nanitzia Comparan Cuadras, Social Media Editor

November 15, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Making a movie about a specific cultural tradition and remaining true to its authenticity is quite a challenge, and Disney PIXAR was up for it with the...

History repeats itself – 1950s civil rights pioneer as relevant now as ever

History repeats itself – 1950s civil rights pioneer as relevant now as ever

Franceen Perera, Managing Editor, Copy Editor

November 7, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Civil rights and racial justice continue to be polarizing topics in our society, and are sadly just as relevant now as they were over 75 years ago during...

War Leaves Veterans With More Than A Memory

War Leaves Veterans With More Than A Memory

Franceen Perera, Managing Editor, Copy Editor

November 1, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is repeatedly in the news, especially in terms of war veterans. The movie “Thank You For Your Service”, writte...

Tijuana artist works to paint the longest mural on the border wall

Tijuana artist works to paint the longest mural on the border wall

November 1, 2017

From the United States side of the border, we see a plain, rusty, numbered fence. On the Tijuana side, there is colorful, politically driven artwork intended...

“Loving Vincent” brings art to life

“Loving Vincent” brings art to life

October 25, 2017

San Diego’s Ken Cinema hosted the first fully oil-painted film “Loving Vincent” on Friday, Oct. 13. The cinema brought in large audiences who stood in...

The San Diego International Film Festival

The San Diego International Film Festival

Alan Hickey, Ron Morales, and Yakira Delgadillo

October 9, 2017

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, Entertainment, NEWS, TOP STORIES, Uncategorized

The red carpet rolled out in our very own backyard. The San Diego International Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday, Oct. 4 and continued through Sunday,...

No one really wins while watching “Battle of the Sexes”

No one really wins while watching “Battle of the Sexes”

Esai Melendez, Arts/Features Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, Uncategorized

Man vs. woman. You’ve heard this line before. This age-old tale came to the big screen on Sept. 29 in Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ (“Little...

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