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‘A Wrinkle in Time’ offers bright adventure for audiences

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ offers bright adventure for audiences

March 9, 2018

As one of the most highly-acclaimed sci-fi novels in the literary world, “A Wrinkle in Time” has finally made it to the big screen and in a strong fashion. The film follows Meg Murray (Storm Reid)...

EA Sports’ “Madden” and ESPN sign championship airing contract

EA Sports’ “Madden” and ESPN sign championship airing contract

February 4, 2018

You turn your TV on and change the channel to ESPN just in time to catch your favorite teams facing off in the ultimate gridiron battle. Tom Brady and the Seahawks get to the line for the next play in t...

Money in Disneyheim

Money in Disneyheim

November 26, 2017

For Southern California natives, there are only two responses to Disneyland: it’s a magical place where dreams come true, or it’s the mecca of capitalism, whiny children and overpriced yet average tast...

Daniel Arriaga’s journey from the Academy of Arts to Disney Pixar’s “Coco”

Daniel Arriaga’s journey from the Academy of Arts to Disney Pixar’s “Coco”

November 5, 2017

In a packed auditorium, Daniel Arriaga discussed the life of a Pixar character designer at a clip screening for “Coco” to a crowd of animation students Friday at the Beach Auditorium. The film’s release isn’t...

Star Wars Day: ‘May the fourth’ be with you, next gen

Star Wars Day: ‘May the fourth’ be with you, next gen

May 4, 2015

As a young girl of Generation Y who spent an immense amount of time jamming 11.5-inch Barbie dolls into my brother’s Imperial AT-AT walker, my affinity for the ‘70s, space-set saga started early. Announcing...

‘Eyes Wide Open,’ but cover your ears

Madison D’Ornellas, assistant news editor

April 15, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life, Reviews

We almost have to commend Sabrina Carpenter for trying. Almost. The 15 year-old Disney Channel star’s Tuesday release, “Eyes Wide Open,” is a poor excuse for a pop album. “Eyes Wide Open” reminisces of early Taylor Swift and backburner Colbie Caillat. Its hopeful tone throughout becomes annoying and the songs are clearly products of someone else’s hands. The debut album sounds like Hollywood Records masterminds...