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Television shows perfect for the ‘nerd’ at heart

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

“Clone High” A show that I fell in love within my early years of college was the cult classic “Clone High.” This show is a martyr classic, killed by MTV before it even got a second season....

‘Good Girls’ full of crime and humore

Boh Suh, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

If you are looking for a crime and humor show, “Good Girls” is the right one for you. No, it is not about police trying to chase bad people. If you are interested in that, I would recommend “Criminal...

“Smiling With No Teeth” Review

Andrew Doucette, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

There’s no possible way to contain what Genesis Owusu does on this album to a single genre. “Smiling With No Teeth” contains elements of punk, R&B, funk, hip hop, alternative, electronica, and a...

Cover of “The Office of Historical Corrections” by Danielle Evans.

‘The Office of Historical Corrections’ is an outstanding anthology

Elise Fjelstad, Copy Editor March 24, 2021

I believe in the superiority of anthologies. If you have a short attention span, a life too hectic to read regularly, commitment issues, or all of the above, an anthology is your friend. On that note,...

Park shelter and information signs at Donald County Park.

Donald County Park

Chris Bird, Managing Editor March 24, 2021

The weather in Wisconsin recently has been giving us little tastes of real spring. Like, not just the right time of year, but really not having to put on a winter coat and layer up. If you’ve lived in...

Olivia Rodrigo.

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License” Phenomenon

Andrew Doucette, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

If you’ve been listening to the radio for the past month, you’ve most likely heard Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single, “Driver’s License” playing over and over and over. A couple of months ago,...

Yahara Journal’s Equity Project poetry reading

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor March 3, 2021

Poetry is an art form that allows humans to express and interpret their own convictions and experiences. Poets, who allow us a glimpse into their lives, their change, their pain, their struggles, their...

Death at a Funeral Review

Boh Suh, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

If you just look at the title, “Death at a Funeral” sounds like a depressing or scary movie. However, this movie is far from those and is a comedy movie. It has a depressing part because of death...

Homemade macaroni and cheese.

Homemade mac and cheese is an efficient, delicious entrée

Hailey Griffin , Arts Editor March 3, 2021

As college students, we’re always looking for the next best meal that is not only affordable, but also efficient. We know firsthand how difficult it is to find a food outside of the Ramen noodle or Kraft...

Savory sopitos served up on a plate.

Savory Sopitos

Eimy Gonzalez, News Editor March 3, 2021

¡Que ricos son los sopitos! I have always been fond of this dish. Making them makes me think back to all the years I have spent cooking with my grandmother, helping her prepare the masa, torteando, and...

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in “WandaVision.”

‘WandaVision’ kicks off MCU Phase 4

Elise Fjelstad, Copy Editor February 17, 2021

Disclaimer: This is a mid-season review of Episodes 1-5 ***SPOILERS AHEAD! Following the epic conclusion of “Avengers: Endgame” and the epilogue-esque film that was “Spiderman: Far From Home,”...

Soul Review

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

A film that really hits home for me was the movie “Soul.” It was a rollercoaster of feeling, and it had a sense of sadness and hope that really gets home the nature of life and death. The film takes...

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