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Sonic Adventure 2 retrospective

Joey Crossney September 19, 2023

First released over 20 years ago, Sonic Adventure 2 marked the end of an era for its developing company, Sega. It was the swansong (finale) for their last game console, the Dreamcast, which was failing...

The Chamber Orchestra performing at the Pops Concert

Pops Concert

Teju Reddi and Kinza Nadeem June 9, 2023

With many outstanding concerts of this year, the Pops Concert this May has truly stood out as spectacular, leaving many students excited for future performances. While it was the last concert at Centennial...

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom review

Joey Crossney June 7, 2023

May 12, 2023 was a day of celebration for Zelda fans with the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of  the Kingdom––a game that has been six years in the making.  The highly anticipated sequel...

Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Let’s Go! – Spring dance showcase reflections

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim May 26, 2023

Over the span of two days––April 27 and 28––Centennial hosted its annual dance showcase, in which dance program members showed off their hard work from this past school year. Every dancer from...

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Has Joe Goldberg finally found a worthy opponent? “You” season 4 review

Julia Bianchini May 15, 2023

TV’s favorite baseball hat-wearing serial killer, Joe Goldberg, has returned as creator Sera Gamble’s You releases its fourth season. Joe continues his problematic streak of finding death wherever...

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In the Ted Lasso franchise, Season 3 is a keeper

Julia Bianchini May 8, 2023

From the depths of reusable masks and social distancing, people found comfort in an unlikely place: the corny jokes of an American coaching British Premier League soccer. When the show premiered in 2020...


Daisy Jones and the Six: Better or worse than the book?

Mackie Aro and Abby Conrad April 14, 2023

First a bestselling novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones and the Six charts the path of a ‘70s rock band’s climb to fame and sudden fall, detailing the lives and love affairs of lead singers Billy...

Matilda review: The story of a child genius and her bravery

Matilda review: The story of a child genius and her bravery

Alice Kim and Hannah Kim March 31, 2023

Published in 1988, the book Matilda by Roald Dahl was an instant hit which quickly translated onto both the big screen and stage. The story follows a young girl, Matilda, who is gifted intellectually and...

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Creed III review: Another side to the heavyweight champ

Sydney Burke March 31, 2023

Living life without your passion poses a challenge for any person, and in his retired life, Creed is forced to find his purpose without boxing. Finding himself in the coaching world, he runs into an old...

The Last of Us: An intense television adaptation of the acclaimed video game

Ryan Brown March 29, 2023

Too many people don’t understand the potential that video games have for the film industry. Even for those who don’t play many games, this form of media could open the door to success for many directors....


Outer Banks season 3: Does it live up to the hype?

Blenda Undrakhbold March 29, 2023

*SPOILERS AHEAD* From the sandy beaches and strong tides to the smell of the salt water on the shore, the acclaimed Netflix show Outer Banks presents its third season. With the ongoing adventures of...

Capitalism and Deja Vu

Joey Crossney March 27, 2023

Over the last few years, entertainment has become heavily reliant on nostalgia. Some say the decision is killing creativity, while others believe it allows viewers to revisit old ideas and improve upon...

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