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October 31
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Top 3 Best And Worst Pokemon Mega Evolutions For Multiple Reasons

Top 3 Best And Worst Pokemon Mega Evolutions For Multiple Reasons

April 25
Filed under A&E, Games

Pokémon. They do stuff. They have Mega Evolutions sometimes. Sometimes they don't. Some are better then others. Here's a list. Your welcome.

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Creed Movie Review

Creed Movie Review

by Mirror Staff
January 19
Filed under Movies and Television, Staff Blogs

Creed was one of my favorite movies of last year.  I love boxing movies and always feel like I can box by the end of the movie.  I feel motivated to work hard, but then I realized I have 44 oz of pop in my bladder and a large tub of popcorn and a king sized M&M in my stomach. Most would say t...

Star Wars Mania

Star Wars Mania

by Dylan Doty, Mirror Staff
January 14
Filed under Movies and Television

As a worker at the local NCG Cinema,  Star Wars was a bittersweet time for me.   As a fan of the Star Wars franchise, I was excited for the next step in the saga. The working side of me, on the other hand, was a bit scared.  Not because the amount of people, but the because of people that take it t...

New Snapchat Features Irritate Seasoned Users

New Snapchat Features Irritate Seasoned Users

by Yarely Gonzalez, Mirror Staff
December 11
Filed under A&E

Snapchat was first launched in 2011 as a class project for Stanford University under the name Picaboo, but it was later to be changed to Snapchat. As we all know snapchat is a mobile app designed for teens to send each other pictures and videos, but what really captured everyone’s attention was that t...

Review: The Wise Mans Fear

Review: The Wise Mans Fear

by Tyler Massey, Mirror Staff
December 10
Filed under Reviews

This week I am taking a look at The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss.  The book is Book 2 of The Kingkiller Chronicles. The main character Kvothe spent a couple of terms at The University where he learned how to hone his skills as an Arcanist. But he is causing too much trouble at the university so ...

Review: The Name of The Wind

Review: The Name of The Wind

by Tyler Massey, Mirror Staff
December 10
Filed under Reviews

This week I am taking a look at The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.  The book is Book 1 of The Kingkiller Chronicles. The book follows the main character, Kvothe.   His mother and father, who die in the beginning of the book, are good musicians and they teach Kvothe, but Kvothe learns faster...

6 movies that have to be seen

6 movies that have to be seen

by Lina, Hesselman
December 1
Filed under Movies and Television

  This is a list of my personal favorite movies. I have a lot more than this, but if you find yourself in a situation where you don’t know what to do on the weekend than they are perfect. 10 Things I Hate About You This movie is about a strange girl who has her own mind and her sister ...

REVIEW: Skyrim

REVIEW: Skyrim

by Andrew Findley, Mirror Staff
December 1
Filed under A&E, Reviews

Skyrim is a game where you are a person (No seriously, check the back cover) doing persony things.

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Tired, Stressed, and Bored

Tired, Stressed, and Bored

by Jaiden Wooster, Arts and Entertainment
November 11
Filed under A&E, Mirror's Best

How many of your classmates fall asleep in class? How many of them complain about how boring or stressful school is? I know I do all three.   When kids are stressed out, tired, and bored, they are less likely to learn something because they aren’t paying attention. It’s not fair to e...

15 Video Games with Impact

15 Video Games with Impact

by Andrew Findley, Mirror Staff
October 29
Filed under Games

Video Games are an effective medium. In recent years, video games have surpassed television as the top pastime. (For America at least) While most video games are pretty good, there are some that stand above the rest, (and some that aren’t even an effective paper weight, but I’ll get to that in a lat...

Video Games aren’t to blame

Video Games aren’t to blame

by Andrew Findley, Mirror Staff
October 22
Filed under Games

It starts out with a simple phrase: “Other killers have been hooked on violent video games too and have a warped sense of what's real and what's not, thinking that real life is just like a video game.”

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