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Sheeran shines in Divide

May 5, 2017 2:06pm | Yazan Abuashour

Ed Sheeran released Divide, on March 3, consisting of 16 songs including two tracks, “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill,” which were released right before the album debuted that were huge hits. Divide brings the perfect combination of slow, powerful, and upbeat songs […]

Pixel XL: Google innovates best smartphone in 2016, including camera

February 6, 2017 2:12pm | Jarrex Corpuz

The Google Pixel XL, one of Google’s first flagships, has the first operating system Nougat, which can perform tasks such as split screen multitasking. Photo Credit: WordPress.com Breaking away from contracts with companies such as HTC and Samsung for previous Nexus phones, Google has its […]

Finest MOBA, FPS Crossover: Overwatch Game Review

November 9, 2016 1:52pm | Hammad Arain, Yazan Abuashour

Three minutes into the game, and the blue team has already got the payload past the second checkpoint and on its way to the third. The loss seems inevitable for the red team. There seems to be no hope left, but they keep defending. The […]

The Cornerstone Champion

April 20, 2016 7:00am |

A typical individual is walking through the mall, looking around for the next store he can go to. He then suddenly shifts his attention to the people walking around him. He notices the majority of them are carrying around a cellphone, or to be more […]

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Movie Review

November 2, 2015 7:00am |

Director Christopher McQuarrie sure knows how to take the audience for an exhilarating ride. His latest movie Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation leaves the viewers in a state of awe with suspenseful moments, unexpected twists, and comical dialogues. With a cast consisting of returning actors […]

Young the Giant: Enjoying sophomore album no case of mind over matter

April 11, 2014 8:27am |

With a voice like a well-oiled machine, Young the Giant’s Sameer Gadhia purrs away at what should be difficult key changes and transitions with effortless ease, while guitarists Jacob Tilley and Eric Cannata rip back and forth through flawless riffs. In the background, bassist Payam Doostzadeh’s heavy […]

Burger Battle: Bubba’s Texas Burger Shack vs. The Burger Palace

April 8, 2014 9:49am |

   Warm buns fresh out the oven, crunchy lettuce, bright red tomatoes, fresh onions, ketchup, mayonnaise, and the perfectly seasoned burger patty — it’s a plate that not all restaurants can perfect. We went in search of the perfect burger and visited two unique places that offered […]

For Pink’s sake, this pizza is good

February 14, 2014 9:30am |

There we sat, with our eyes wide open and drool dripping from our mouths, preparing our selves for the cheesy triangular delicacy coming toward us: Pizza.  Pizza originated from Naples, Italy, although the exact time it originated is unclear.  This Italian meal is offered almost everywhere […]

Cupcakes take the cake

December 13, 2013 8:04am |

The holidays are around the corner and you need a last-minute gift. Before you start to freak out, remember: food is always the answer.   Before Thanksgiving break, we took a trip to two cupcake bakeries: Celebrity Cupcakes and Ooh La La The Dessert Boutique. […]

Chicken and waffles: Breakfast Klub out of this world while Jupiter’s fails to launch

October 16, 2013 7:59am |

At breakfast time, the most important meal of the day, you grab your fork and bite into a waffle drowned in syrup. But wait—dinner is served too, with an odd combination to some good fried chicken. No, it’s not unhealthy. It’s just increasing your protein […]