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Rhett wrangles the crowd in Oklahoma

Rhett wrangles the crowd in Oklahoma

Lauren Gaubert, Reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Reviews

Country singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett performed a fun, upbeat show at the Lloyd Noble Center at The University of Oklahoma on Saturday, March 25. Rhett has been on his Home Team Tour since February with a variety of opening acts, such as Kelsea Ballerini, Old Dominion, Dan + Shay, and a range of up-...

Eastwood’s “Sully” does justice to the ‘miracle on the Hudson’

Nicholas Ronk, Reporter
February 2, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Some heroes, especially the humble ones, never really get the attention they deserve. For Captain Chesley Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks), he received plenty of attention, but not all of it was was in good intent. Based on the true story of the “miracle on the Hudson,” Clint Eastwood’s, Sully focuse...

Conductors of the Metaphysical Examination Review bring laughs

Conductors of the Metaphysical Examination Review bring laughs

Mary Grace Theis, Reporter
November 15, 2016
Filed under Reviews

Who are you going to call when you want to see new faces under an old title, with pop-up appearances of familiar faces? Ghostbusters! Otherwise known as “Conductors of the Metaphysical Examination,” a title given to them by partner Erin Gilbert portrayed by Kristen Wiig. Although this is cons...

Alessia Cara is a “Know It All” about putting on a good concert

Alessia Cara is a “Know It All” about putting on a good concert

Lauren Gaubert, Reporter
November 15, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Up-and-coming singer Alessia Cara provided a laid-back, but fun event at her Oct. 21 concert at the Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie. Cara has been touring with Nathan Sykes and Ruth B, all singers who lifted the audience with their meaningful and catchy songs. The venue, Verizon Theatre, made it...

“War Dogs” takes theaters by (desert) storm

“War Dogs” takes theaters by (desert) storm

Nicholas Ronk, Reporter
August 30, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Warner Brother’s most recent film “War Dogs” is a must see for all action-and-based-on-true-story film fans. It contains the perfect amount of action and drama with humor. The film, starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller, with an assist from Bradley Cooper, most certainly exceeded my expectations...

Jmblya 2016 provides delicious mix of artists

Jake Gray, Reporter/Podcast Personality
March 23, 2016
Filed under Reviews

Friday the 13th has historically gone down as cursed day, a day where something is sure to go wrong. However, I have a feeling that Friday, May 13 will be a little bit different. Why is that? Music superstars Post Malone, Kevin Gates, Rae Sremmurd, and Future will be headlining one of Dallas’ biggest music ...

Computer Science Department needs a language change

Daniel Garcia, Website Manager
March 17, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Computer science is currently one of the most in-demand fields. However, the Computer Science department’s standard of teaching Java for Pre-AP Computer Science class is a misguided way of exposing kids to this amazing field. For the pre-AP course, students must begin by learning Java. This course...

First Take with Sam & Jake: March Madness

Sam Forbes and Jake Gray
March 15, 2016
Filed under Audio, Opinion

To join challenge Sam & Jake with your March Madness bracket, visit ESPN Tournament Challenge

Ruth B shows hope, comfort with new release

Ruth B shows hope, comfort with new release

Daniel Garcia, Website Manager
February 23, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

For our first of a set of music reviews, we open Ruth B’s debut EP, The Intro Ruth B is a Canadian singer and songwriter who got her start posting snippets of songs to Vine, and she now has released her first EP, containing the four songs “Two Poor Kids”, “Lost Boy”, “Golden”, and “Sup...

Lebanon and Lethargy

Jad Saleh, Special Contributor
February 19, 2016
Filed under Guest Opinions, Opinion

Having parents from different hemispheres of the globe, I have done my fair share of traveling and seen both developed and underdeveloped countries plagued by the misfortune of an authoritarian government that has little concern for the environment. Since I was five years old, my parents felt the...

We must protect Earth’s resources

Patrick Quinn, Special Contributor
February 19, 2016
Filed under Guest Opinions, Opinion

Social justice is a very important thing to consider when talking about land rights. There are seven pillars of social justice, but the two I am going to talk about are “Care for God’s Creation” and “Rights and Responsibilities.” According to Genesis, God made human beings the dominant...

Strait starts “Conversations” over new sound

Jhett Greiner, Reporter
November 30, 2015
Filed under Reviews

George Strait is the king of country music. Earlier in 2015, he finished what he said would be his last tour. Country music fans began to remember his career and what all he has done for the genre of country music. George released his newest album ‘Cold Beer Conversation’ on Sept. 25. In his new...

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