Mouthwatering Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies

A twist on ordinary chocolate chip cookies By Sophia Reyes (Staff writer) -10/20/16 The school days are becoming to feel much longer and vacation time seems to be getting farther and farther away, so what better way to relax from so much work than to have fun on a tropical island, right? Sadly, not everyone has the opportunity to travel to the tropics, so here’s a fantastic recipe that will make you feel as if…

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ITT Takedown

ITT Technical Institute has been shutdown for good By Carlos Camacho (Sports Editor) -10/11/16 The for-profit technical school ITT Technical Institute closed its doors for good nationwide on September 6th, 2016 after 50 years in operation. The news has left more than 30,000 students, who planned to start class in October, without a “plan B” or a diploma from a school that promised them a bright future. The company that operates for the chain, ITT…

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The Killing Joke

A review on The Killing joke By Mikaella Ibanez (staff Writer) -10/10/16 The highly anticipated adaptation of Alan Moore’s graphic novel, Batman: The Killing Joke has finally arrived. On July 22, 2016, the DC Animated Universe film first premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con. With its release came many mixed reviews from both loyal fans and critics alike. The adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel has been both praised for its casting choices, plot and soundtrack yet…

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Low Budget, High Reward

Movies that made it big with a low budget By Mechelle Haro (Layout Editor) -10/6/16 With The Blair Witch Project being remade, and coming out this year, it should be known that the 1999 version was a very big success. Not only that, but it was made using just a mere $60,000. With this in mind, it only seems fair to ask what other movies have become a big success using a small budget. A…

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