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Gallery: “James and the Giant Peach” Friday showing

Gallery: “James and the Giant Peach” Friday showing

by Yanichka Ariunbold & June Jeong, section editor & opinions editor Based on Roald Dahl’s hit children’s novel, James and the Giant Peach, Tiger Theatre’s own rendition is full of energy and fresh faces. The play...

 

Wide variety of Netflix originals range from flawless to flops

Wide variety of Netflix originals range from flawless to flops

Love offers thought- provoking, meaningful look at dysfunctional romantic relationship, dismantles tropes by June Jeong, opinions editor If you watch a teaser for this series, you’re probably going to think that the show is another indie...

 

Q&A: Celeste Aucoin discusses love for Korean pop music, experience with culture

Q&A: Celeste Aucoin discusses love for Korean pop music, experience with culture

by June Jeong, opinions editor When did you listen to Korean pop music (K-pop) for the first time? My sister actually showed it to me over Christmas break almost two years ago. I was just attracted to how crazy it was, and how it was really...

 

Archetype fosters negative perception of fellow women, disdain towards womanhood

Archetype fosters negative perception of fellow women, disdain towards womanhood

       by June Jeong, opinions editor According to pop culture, one of the best things a girl can be…..is not like girls. We’ve all heard some variation of the statement, “I’m just not like other girls.” Or worse,...

 

Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout

Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout

by Yanichka Ariunbold & June Jeong, section editor and opinions editor In a complete shutout match that took place over Wednesday and Thursday, Consol’s tennis team defeated Bryan High School in every game in every category: Boys’...

 

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou by June Jeong, opinions editor I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings tells the true story of Maya Angelou who lived with her brother and strong grandmother in a Southern Town. Maya and her brother...

 

“Orange is the New Black” season four more brilliant, heart-wrenching than ever

“Orange is the New Black” season four more brilliant, heart-wrenching than ever

by June Jeong, opinions editor *Warning: this review contains major spoilers for the 4th season of OITNB* Regina Spektor knew what she was doing when she wrote OITNB’s theme song, “You’ve Got Time.” (“Stay awake. In the dark, count...

 

Weeks of slovenly behavior terminated by DPS

Weeks of slovenly behavior terminated by DPS

by June Jeong, opinions editor I’m always looking for cute planners at bookstores or when I’m traveling. I jot down lists of what I need to accomplish on each day of the week, write in reminders for upcoming deadlines and events, and mark...

 

A Moon Shaped Pool: Emotionally and musically striking album, difficult yet beautiful

A Moon Shaped Pool: Emotionally and musically striking album, difficult yet beautiful

by June Jeong, assistant editor I first listened to A Moon Shaped Pool a few days ago while lying in bed at 2 AM in the morning after finally purchasing the album off of iTunes. I blinked back tears after hearing “Daydreaming” for...

 

Q&A: Grace Manuel shares her experiences with dyeing hair

Q&A: Grace Manuel shares her experiences with dyeing hair

Photo provided by Grace Manuel by June Jeong, assistant editor The Roar talked to junior Grace Manuel, known for her frequent change in hair color, and her experiences with and reasons behind all the colors. When was the first time you dyed...