1917 is a technical masterpiece from director Sam Mendes. It is a visually stunning World War 1 epic, and one of the most surprising and entertaining war films I’ve ever seen. What it lacks in plot, it makes up for with incredible visuals, a beautiful original score, and great performances and incredible cinematography from the legendary Roger Deakins, this film is incredible to watch. 1917 … Continue reading 1917: Review
I would like to point out the way people handle listening to others’ opinions. Do you really need to be so rude or criticize the way someone else thinks just because you think otherwise? What if we could all sit and have a nice conversation about it instead? Think about it. Something we must all learn to accept is that no matter who you are … Continue reading An Opinion’s Limitations
Overview: Fontbonne University is a liberal arts Roman Catholic university. This college is good for students who want to go into theatre and art programs. General Info: 6800 Wydown Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63105 Phone #: 314-862-3456 Website: http://www.fontbonne.edu Cost & Aid: Cost before financial aid: $39,597 Cost after financial aid: $25,125 Financial aid is available. This college does take students from the A+ Program. … Continue reading College of the Week: Fontbonne University
Long nails get in the way of everything. From trying to open a soda can, to just picking up things in general, it’s a nuisance and super inconvenient. Yet why do we like to have them? Sure they look pretty once you paint them, but what’s the purpose of having them painted if they’re just gonna get in the way and ruined anyways? That always … Continue reading Long Nails
Listen folks, if you express a negative trait openly, do not excuse yourself for it because you’re a certain sign. “I can’t help being moody, I’m a Cancer!” or “I’m an Aries, I’m always frustrated!” Blah blah blah, who cares?! It doesn’t matter if you’re a Virgo, Pisces, Gemini, Leo, or whatever if you do something wrong rather it be on purpose or an accident, … Continue reading Zodiac Fiasco
I want to discuss something that personally bothers me a lot nowadays. Everyone has depression or is upset constantly. People have grown to have such negative outlooks on life and give up hope when things get difficult. I want to suggest ways to be a more positive person to those who don’t want to feel this way, or want to learn to see the world … Continue reading New Year, New Attitude
See what I did there with the title? Hehehe I made a meme. I aM iNtElIgEnT! Anyways, jazz music has been a favorite of mine for quite some time. While some people don’t really enjoy it, I think it’s fun to relax and listen to. However the one form of jazz that I really enjoy is free jazz. It’s basically when musicians just play whatever … Continue reading Ya Like Jazz?
It’s the start of a new year, and a new decade, which means it’s time for award season. The Oscars, The Golden Globes, The Emmys, The Grammys, The Tonys, and most importantly, the controversy that always follows. It seems as if every year, something’s happening that must always be discussed at the award ceremonies. The recent Golden Globe awards are a prime example of this. … Continue reading Award Season: Consistent Controversy
Overview: Columbia college is a private non-profit school in Columbia, MO. This college is good for students who want to go into science or liberal arts. General Info: 1001 Rogers Street Columbia, MO 65216 Phone #: (573) 875- 7352 Website: http://www.ccis.edu Cost & Aid: Tuition rate: $22,704 per year of attending Here is a list of scholarships that students can qualify for. These are automatic … Continue reading College of the Week: Columbia College
There has been a lot of tensions raised lately after many of the surrounding districts decided to go with a grading scale in which finals will only positively affect semester grades. These surrounding schools are doing this due to the lack of review days and time to prepare for the finals. The Winfield School District though, has decided to go down a different path. The … Continue reading Final Op-Ed: Should Finals Only Positively Affect Our Grade This Year?