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The Blood of Olympus Book Review

The Blood of Olympus Book Review

Caroline Albacete ‘17 and Eva Lucchino ‘15, Arts and Entertainment Editor and Editor-in-Chief

February 4, 2015

SPOILER ALERT!!  If you have any intention to read this book and have not yet done so, then read no further.   Oh Rick Riordan, you enchanted us with Percy Jackson and the Olympians and wrenched out our hearts throughout The Heroes of Olympus, but now our mythological journey is all over.  The...

Television Shows to Watch: The Legend of Korra The Avatar Has Returned to Save the World

Television Shows to Watch: The Legend of Korra The Avatar Has Returned to Save the World

Eva Lucchino and Annie Roebuck '15, Editor-in-Chief and News Editor

February 4, 2015

“Water, Earth, Fire, Air” To some, this simple list of four elements may make little sense and seem like an assortment of random terms.  To others, this list rings a bell and brings back memories of their childhood.  In either case, an epic adventure awaits following this phrase... In 2012...

The Imitation Game Review

The Imitation Game Review

Kelsey Locante '17, Staff Writer

February 4, 2015

“Sometimes it is the people no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.” The Imitation Game artfully depicted a time when, seemingly, all hope was lost - World War II.  The Germans had enhanced a machine, called Enigma, that would encode and disguise German messages.  The...

50th Anniversary: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Julia Biertempfel '16, Assistant Editor

February 4, 2015

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has its origins in a song written by Johnny Marks. This song then came to life as the stop-motion film that has charmed generations and is still fondly remembered by those who have watched it.  And 2014 was the fiftieth anniversary of Rudolph on television. Rudolph has been a ho...

Hoenn Confirmed – A Look At Nintendo’s Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Julia Biertempfel '16, Assistant Editor

February 4, 2015

For years, veteran Pokémon fans have been anxiously awaiting the reboot of two of the most popular Pokémon games of all time: Ruby and Sapphire.   They are from the third generation of Pokémon games and take place in the Hoenn region. Ruby and Sapphire are the two best-selling games for the Game...

YouTube Channel Review: The Vlogbrothers

Kathryn Hornyak '16, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014

“Good Morning, Hank, it’s Tuesday.” Originally created by YA author John Green (The Fault in Our Stars, Looking for Alaska) and his brother, Hank, as a means to keep in touch when Hank moved out of state, the Vlogbrothers channel has become a global success with a dedicated following of over two m...

Guardians of the Galaxy – A Hit or Miss?

Caroline Albacete '17, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 21, 2014

Who had ever heard of Guardians of the Galaxy before this summer? Come on, let’s be honest here. Let’s see a show of hands. Nobody? At least I’m not alone. Marvel Studios took a large gamble with Guardians of  the Galaxy this past summer, as this movie opened in theatres August 1st. The movi...

TV Shows This Fall

Greta Parr '18, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014

This fall, there are many new shows premiering and other long-running ones returning with new seasons.  Here are a few of the new shows: Red Band Society premiered on Wednesday, September 17th, on Fox. Its plot focuses on a group of teens in the pediatric ward of a Los Angeles hospital. They develop a...

The Unavoidable 5-Star Lizzie Bennet Diaries Review

The Unavoidable 5-Star Lizzie Bennet Diaries Review

Caroline Albacete '17, Kathryn Daigle '17, and Eva Lucchino '15

October 21, 2014

We are OC Eagle Eye reporters, and this is The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (LBD)review! You have all most likely heard of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, but have not heard of LBD.  The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a YouTube channel that is a modernization of the story of Pride and Prejudice.  It takes pl...

The A(MAZE)ing Maze Runner

Jordan Schmitt '18, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014

In October of 2007, Delacorte published a book by a not so well-known author, James Dashner. This book, The Maze Runner, was soon followed by its two other trilogy members, The Scorch Trials and The Death Cure, and then a prequel to the series, The Kill Order. These books were very well received by ...

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